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Born at Midnight by C.C. Hunter
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Apr 17, 2011

really liked it
Read in April, 2011

Born at Midnight by C C Hunter stars Kylie who is sent by her mother to a camp for troubled teens after being busted at a party by the police. While on the bus Kylie notices that the kids seem strange and after she arrives at the camp finds out that it's a camp for supernatural teens. They don't know exactly what Kylie is, just that she can see ghosts. Kylie soon gets entwined in a mystery and is torn between a cute faerie and a werewolf.

Born at Midnight was a fun book. It's not the most original of ideas but it's executed in a way that makes it different. I liked Kylie's ability to see ghosts and the mystery behind who the ghost is and her friends and potential suitors were all interesting characters. Kylie is very whiny and immature in her reaction to her parents divorce but does end up redeeming herself in the end.

Appropriateness: Kylie is at a party that's busted by the police for drugs (although she didn't take any) and she drinks a bit at that party. She also engages in several heavy makeout sessions with more than one guy. I would recommend this book to teens 14+ that enjoy paranormal romance.

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