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Waiting on Wednesday: Plain Fear: Forsaken

April 20, 2011

Title: Plain Fear: Forsaken
Author: Leanna Ellis
Pages: 424
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Pub Date: August 1, 2011

Hannah Schmidt pines for Jacob, the boy who saved her life. But Jacob is gone, buried. Levi Fisher loves Hannah. But he knows how much Hannah loved his brother Jacob. He also knows the troubling event that took Jacob out of their lives.

So when a stranger named Akiva comes into their community, he carries with him two secrets: he is, in fact, Jacob. And he is now a vampire.

When secrets are revealed, Hannah must choose between light and dark, between the one she has always loved and the new possibility of love–a decision that will decide the fate of her soul.–Goodreads
Hi, my name is Bethany. I’m mildly fascinated with the Amish. I’m mildly obsessed with vampire-stuff. (I know, clichĂ©. But I’ve been a vampire fan since I was, like, born. Ask my mom! I scared her when I was little because I liked them so much!) 
When I first heard about this book it was one of those, “Hey, did you know that there’s a Amish-vampire romance coming out? Isn’t that WEIRD?!” And I said “WHAT?!!!!! SIGN ME UP!!!!!” And they said, “Really?” And I said “Really.” 
Now I have to wait until August. (AUGUST!!!) 

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine

3 Comments leave one →
  1. April 20, 2011 1:16 PM

    Rather interesting indeed. Just added this one to my list! Way to go. ;)Wonderful pick that is bound to be full of wonderful words. Stop by to see what I am waiting for! Disaster Fairy

  2. April 20, 2011 10:41 AM

    Wow this is the first amish vampire tale I ave heard of..interesting. Happy Reading!

  3. April 20, 2011 10:36 AM

    Haha nice WOW! I love the Amish vampire twist!

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