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March 03, 2013

Crimson Groves Review,

Crimson Groves
by Ashley Robertson

Abigail Tate was a normal human girl. Until the day Bronx the vampire barges into her life and turns her against her will. Held captive while forced to deal with never ending cravings for blood, Abby prays for a way to escape. Only when an opportunity arises, it's with the aid of an innocent human named Tyler--except vampires are forbidden to interact with the unbitten. But Abby quickly learns this human has secrets of his own...secrets that can either help her or get her killed. Only Abby discovers that she was the one with the biggest secret of them all. 

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Abby is the main focus in Crimson Groves and starting out her father isn't around her mother disowned her and her best friend has slept her way into Abby's boyfriends bed. Abby does not have a good hand felt to her from the get go. On top of heartache and no one around she is alright friends with a guy she works with who is trying to ease Abby into the thought of moving on. That's when Bronx enters the headache called Abby's reality. I really really wanted to like Bronx in the beginning I'm all for a man that knows what he wants but, the lengths Bronx is willing to go is beyond anything I can fathom in my head. Then there is Ty. So sweet and in the right place at the right time so willing to help the damsel in distress...... Such a loving man wanting nothing but for Abby to say those three little words annnnnd hoping she doesn't kill him in the process. Then, then their is Stone the quiet one who just wants taste of what only Abby can offer him. Along with his name Stone is like Abby's rock. He has the answers to things she wants or needs to know and the ability to help her. And last but not least Lily she is Abby's beard and butter.... Abby couldn't survive or make it as far as she does without Lily.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Ms. Robertson's Crimson Groves. I would and plan of recommending it to my fellow book nerds. This book does have quite a few bends and breaks but, there is a secret or more trouble lurking around every bend in every chapter. I hope you enjoy. I myself will be jumping into book number two. Happy Reading!

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