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He Has Become What He Once Destroyed

Edward Ramsey has spent his life hunting vampires. Now he is one of them. Yet Edward's human conscience--and his heart--compel him to save beautiful Kelly Anderson, and soon their growing love is his reason for living. And as the ancient, stunning, and merciless vampire Khira seeks supremacy among Los Angeles' undead, Edward and his former nemesis Grigori Chiavari, once Khira's lover, must unite to stop her--before the city, and everything they cherish, is in her power. . .After Sundown.

Topics: Vampires

Published: Kensington Books on
ISBN: 9781420120561
List price: $5.20
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Quite entertaining story about a vampire, Edward Ramsey, who finds Kelly Anderson trying to kill herself and convinces her to try working for him for a month to see if he can change her mind about dying. He sweetens the deal with some money.As the story proceeds they find themselves attracted and the two of them have to deal with the truth and with the other vampires in the city, at least one of which is Edward's ex. I don't know why, it's a pretty cliched story, but it was quite readable and entertaining.more
This was book 2 in the series. I really had a hard time getting into this one. The characters seemed stilted, with little emotion or interest. The story seemed drawn out through the whole book. What could have been told in one chapter was dragged through the whole book. I just didn't enjoy this one at all. I usually love Amanda Ashley's writing but this one ws almost boring to me.more
After Sundown is the second book in Amanda Ashley's Vampire Trilogy. This book is suppose to be centered around vampire-hunter-turned-vampire Edward, and his love interest, Kelly. Although their story is told in this book, the characters from the first book, Grigori and Marisa, are a big part of this book also.Edward is full of self-hatred after being made a vampire by Grigori to save his life. He is on the path to self destruction. Edward begs Grigori to destroy him, but Grigori refuses. He asks Edward to give it six months, and if he still wants to be destroyed, he will do it. Edward reluctantly agrees to this.Kelly has lost everything. She has no job, no money, nothing going on in her life. She feels hopeless and decides she wants to end it all. She jumps from a pier into the water. What she doesn't know is that Edward is sees her plunge into the water.Edward and Kelly seem to find some sort of salvation through each other and find a purpose for being. Although the story isn't really unique, it is sweet.It seemed to me that the author took two stories and combined them to make this book work. There's Edward and Kelly, then we have Marisa and Grigori's story continuing at the same time. Then to tie everything together, the author has the appearance of the "bad vampire" Khira. Edward, Grigori, Kelly, and Marisa, along with Tom the vampire hunter, come together to try to stop her.I don't think this book was as good as the first (Shades of Gray) in this trilogy, but it wasn't bad. I did enjoy it, but I wasn't fighting sleep to keep turning the pages.more
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Quite entertaining story about a vampire, Edward Ramsey, who finds Kelly Anderson trying to kill herself and convinces her to try working for him for a month to see if he can change her mind about dying. He sweetens the deal with some money.As the story proceeds they find themselves attracted and the two of them have to deal with the truth and with the other vampires in the city, at least one of which is Edward's ex. I don't know why, it's a pretty cliched story, but it was quite readable and entertaining.more
This was book 2 in the series. I really had a hard time getting into this one. The characters seemed stilted, with little emotion or interest. The story seemed drawn out through the whole book. What could have been told in one chapter was dragged through the whole book. I just didn't enjoy this one at all. I usually love Amanda Ashley's writing but this one ws almost boring to me.more
After Sundown is the second book in Amanda Ashley's Vampire Trilogy. This book is suppose to be centered around vampire-hunter-turned-vampire Edward, and his love interest, Kelly. Although their story is told in this book, the characters from the first book, Grigori and Marisa, are a big part of this book also.Edward is full of self-hatred after being made a vampire by Grigori to save his life. He is on the path to self destruction. Edward begs Grigori to destroy him, but Grigori refuses. He asks Edward to give it six months, and if he still wants to be destroyed, he will do it. Edward reluctantly agrees to this.Kelly has lost everything. She has no job, no money, nothing going on in her life. She feels hopeless and decides she wants to end it all. She jumps from a pier into the water. What she doesn't know is that Edward is sees her plunge into the water.Edward and Kelly seem to find some sort of salvation through each other and find a purpose for being. Although the story isn't really unique, it is sweet.It seemed to me that the author took two stories and combined them to make this book work. There's Edward and Kelly, then we have Marisa and Grigori's story continuing at the same time. Then to tie everything together, the author has the appearance of the "bad vampire" Khira. Edward, Grigori, Kelly, and Marisa, along with Tom the vampire hunter, come together to try to stop her.I don't think this book was as good as the first (Shades of Gray) in this trilogy, but it wasn't bad. I did enjoy it, but I wasn't fighting sleep to keep turning the pages.more
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