Review of Born At Midnight by C.C. Hunter

4 out of 5 stars

I got hooked on C.C. Hunter after reading “In Another Life” and I’m now devouring all of her other reads. I loved the fantasy of this novel and how it wasn’t over the top. The details were so good you actually felt like you were in the book with the characters.

When Kylie’s dad moves out and her parents are heading for divorce she decides to get out of the house and go to a party with her best friend Sara. Even though she doesn’t drink or do drugs she needs to get her mind off her parents and hang out even if that means seeing her recently ex boyfriend. It also doesn’t help that she keeps seeing an Army guy that apparently no one else can see. When the party gets raided by the cops Kylie finds herself arrested also even though she’s sober. Her mom decides to send her to a camp for the rest of the summer that Kylie assumes is for delinquent kids but after meeting the other kids at the camp she finds herself completely wrong. Everyone at the camp is some sort of supernatural and Kylie is trying to figure out what kind she is while dealing with more parent drama and guy drama than she anticipated.

I loved all the characters in this book and the spookiness of it. I’m normally not one for fantasy novels but I found myself really enjoying this one. I also loved how it was completely different from other vampire and supernatural novels (I think we all know what I’m referring to). Great book and I’m excited to read the rest of the books in this series.

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