Do you believe in vampires? I sure didn't. Not until on my 16th birthday when I discovered I'm anything but human. And to add the cherry on the freaky sundae called my life, I'm the first Vânător born in over 500 years. You see, it means I'm destined to be a hunter of evil. That's right; I'm a real life Buffy. And to make matters worse, I'm falling for Ryan-this new guy at school. I never thought I'd be this love struck, hair tossing, dorky teenager. It's enough to make me want to hurl. Oh, I almost forgot to mention that on top of all this, I have an entity stalking me that wants to use my rare blood for his own evil deeds, a girl at school who lives to make my life miserable, and a gymnastics coach who is determined to see I make it to Nationals. Yep, things are really looking up for me. Welcome to the never boring, anything by normal, you never know what's going to happen life of Cheyenne Wilde.

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal


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"a whole new twist on the stereotypical vampire myth"
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted December 25, 2008

Cheyenne's sixteenth birthday was a very special day that she will never forget. Coming of age has a whole new meaning for Cheyenne when she finds out that her parents are vampires and that she has reached her bloodsucking age as well. Suddenly her whole world is changing and Read more...

"Captivating Paranormal for All Ages"
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted March 27, 2009

Cheyenne Wilde never dreamed her sixteenth birthday would turn into living nightmare. Her parents tells her she is a vampire. After the initial shock wears off, she learns Hollywood has things wrong about what vampires can and cannot do. She won't explode into a pile of dust if she Read more...


Cave of Terror
by Amber Dawn Bell

Highland Press
November 1, 2008
Available: November 17, 2008
ISBN #0981855032
EAN #9780981855035
280 pages
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