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As Cole Alexander prepares to make his way in the world, luck would have it, he meets the love of his life, Leila McLerran. Cole is diagnosed with a horrible disease that forces him to rethink the way that he wants his life to go. With death staring Cole in the face, he makes the decision that he doesn’t want to live the rest of his days without Leila. As Cole and Leila pl...more
310 pages
Published May 11th 2012 by Rocket Science Productions, LLC
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Shambhawi P.
This ebook was provided to me by the author as a part of The YA Book Club's 1000 members giveaway event.

I'm pretty torn up about this book. I liked it well enough but not that well. I liked the idea of the book and it had its moments but something didn't quite work out with me. Not enough to make me want to bang my head on the wall and curse this book seven ways to hell but enough to make my mind wander away to mundane things in the middle of the book. Yet, I really really liked the way the plot...more
Nikki
Really enjoyed reading this book! I love how quickly you are drawn into the characters and feel like you are there. Can't wait for the next one!
Heather Alexander
I was given this book in return for an honest review. Ok, this book starts out as a normal romance, boy meets girl ( Cole and Leila), they fall in love. Then the worst thing happens, Cole is diagnosed with a deadly disease. She stays by his side, but inevitably they are separated, not because she left him, at least not the way you think. Now the supernatural aspect kicks in. Cole finds out that vampires are real and is approached by Job, a member of Secret Society Venatori/ He has to make a choi...more
Cstewart
What i love about this book is the fact that the characters are realistic. Though it is a fantasy story, don't be fooled. It is great no matter what age you are. So many of the YA fiction out there has great plot but weak charcters. Being an English teacher, I can appreciate the craft that he has taken in his work.

Nash's humor never fails. He sees things about the people around you that makes you laugh. Who would think they could relate to an 18 year boy but it happens. You root for Cole, cry a...more
Hollie McKinney
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The author came to my teen book club to give us an idea of what the book was about and it sounded amazing! When i started reading it i couldn't put it down! it was so addicting! I loved how Lelia was sassy, not a "damsel in distress" and most of all she was a size 12! Her romance with Cole was so cute! As soon as i accepted she was going to marry Cole she died! I literally cried! Cole's battle with cancer was so intense, His family(and Dylan) were so supportive. Professor...more
Starla
I was initially unsure where the story was heading. I loved the connection Cole and Leila had and the depth of their commitment to each other. It was only when I was about halfway through that I started getting the title tied into the story. It was unique to read a story from the male character's perspective but was well written and I could not stop reading. I enjoyed Cole and Job getting to know one another and sharing their stories. I hope there will be more about Cole's journey.
Lindsay Kendal
OK, so I’m going to be very honest here and if I offend in anyway, well, as much as I’m sorry, I do give honest reviews.
When I first opened this book I was rather excited. The blurb sounded good and lets face it, that cover really begs “read me now!”
However, from the very first page I developed an instant dislike for Cole. His whole attitude really pissed me off and I just didn’t care for him. Subsequently this affected the read for me and it took me a long time to find one single thing I like...more
Jacque
I was giving an ARC of this book for my honest review. The 1st half is the romance of Cole and how he meets the love of his life Leila, his Dreamgirl. This sweet love story has it all - world wind romance of innocent love, the development of their relationship, his sudden illness and how it brings them closer together, even some action. The pain of losing his love how he survives brought me to tears. Up until this point I was wondering how the title of the book came into play until tragedy strik...more
Holly
I was given a free copy of this by the author and I thought it sounded pretty good. The cover was a little cartoony, in my opinion, but I overlooked it.

When I started the story, I didn't really like Cole. As the oldest of 4 with 3 brothers, I'm pretty tired of this "Bring it on, Bro," attitude that boys have. And that's pretty much Cole's initial attitude. I did begin to warm up to him as I saw how much of a gentleman he could be and his love of country music.

The first half of the story is prett...more
Jasmine Villanova
Beneath the Moon and Stars review

I'm a little conflicted with this. It had a lot of things I liked and it had some things I didn't like. I can honestly say after reading the first few chapters I didn't think I was going to like this very much. There was a little to much insta love. I'm glad I gave it a shot because I ended up enjoying it.

I loved Cole. He's super cute. He has a great personality. His feelings were very strong. He knew what he wanted as soon as he found it. He takes things very s...more
prettylittleliar
I read this as an free copy given by the author.

At first I really liked the cover. Because of the cover and the interesant storyline I wanted to read it. The prolog and the beginning was a bit slow but during the book there was some but not a lot action. Although it's a fantasy book it was very realistic. I kind of liked the relationship between Cole and Leila but not that much. I don't know why but it didn't work out with me. However, I liked Cole very much. He was a smart brave guy who did eve...more
Shammy
I really enjoyed this read. I will admit that Cole is a bit full of himself but found his personality is what helped him to become the fighter he needed to be in the end. Many of the jokes and snide remarks made laugh out loud reminding me of my own sons comments. I look forward to the next chapter.
Jennifer
Well, it began as a good romance type story. Took me a while to get into this, about half way through I was on the fence of continuing....so glad I did. The book took on another whole story line and the end keeps you wondering what is coming next.
Chrissy howard
I enjoyed this book, more than I thought I would. The characters were 3 dimensional, not at all flat. I am anticipating the next book in this series.
Steve Nash
Exciting and easy to read. Looking forward to the next book, to see what happens to Cole.
Marissa at Beneath the Moon and Stars
I enjoyed the different take on vampires. Lots of unexpected twists.
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C.W. Nash lives with his wife, kids and pets in the Washington, D.C. area amongst the worst villains imaginable: Politicians. He went to the University of Delaware, Anne Arundel Community College, the University of Maryland College Park and the University of Maryland University College (College of redundancy University, but a great school none-the-less and the largest in the world). He majored in...more
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