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Saturday, January 19

Review: The Scarlet Dagger by Krystle Jones

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Title: The Scarlet Dagger

By: Krystle Jones

Series: The Red Section Chronicles

My Copy: Ebook from Author

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The strength of Sloane’s heart is about to be put to the ultimate test.
After the Eclipse – the night vampires began openly slaughtering human victims – everything changed. Out of fear, the government salvaged what remained of the human population and enclosed them in massive, security-laden cities called White Sectors, while marking the vampire infested territory as Red Sectors.
When seventeen-year-old Sloane McAllister’s twin brother disappears, she seems to be the only one who thinks he isn’t dead, and vows to stop at nothing to find him. Gathering her courage, she braves the Red Sector to search for clues to his whereabouts. By chance, she encounters Aden, a handsome, charismatic vampire with a hidden agenda. He turns Sloane against her will, and whisks her away to his underground city. Enemies quickly become friends as Sloane struggles against her attraction to Aden, and resists her growing loyalties to the creatures that ruined her life. But the vampires themselves are the least of her problems. The city is harboring a devastating secret, one that could change the tide of the war and threaten to destroy everything Sloane has come to believe in.

our thoughts The Scarlet Dagger satisfied my craved for a kick butt heroine in an completely action packed read. This alternate universe was quite intriguing. It has been three years since that awful night. The night that Scartlet along with most everyone see knows lost someone they love. The night the Vampires took over. Now they have found a way to exist even if that is in seclusion. Or rather an entire city surrounded by walls that will keep everything outside. Scartlet has carried the scar from that terrible night that she not only lost her life as she knows it, but also the life of her twin. Feeling the guilt that she has carried for the past two years, this book jumps immediately into action. Scartlet is venturing out into the red zone; the area outside of the walls where all of these creatures still live. Only what she finds on this mission to find any trace of her brother will change that world she knows it yet again. Trying to sort through her prejudices she will be forced to look at the world in a new light. This is a story full of who can you trusts and whys... The Scarlet Dagger was a powerful and excellent story. It is fresh and inventive, and leaves me anxious to see what will happen in the next.

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