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Bending Nature [Reading] ➾ Bending Nature By Samantha Stone – Julie Sparks thinks life as a teen is difficult, but she didn't realize just how bizarre life would be once three men in Armani suits storm into the museum where she works and try to steal Michael, a Julie Sparks thinks life as a teen is difficult, but she didn't realize just how bizarre life Bending Nature Kindle - would be once three men in Armani suits storm into the museum where she works and try to steal Michael, a famous, winged statue When one of the men starts to hurt Julie, the statue breaks apart, revealing a beautiful, pale teen He rips them apart Despite how terrified Julie was with how easily Michael killed those men, she falls for his charm and beauty More men come for Michael The mystery turns into conspiracy Julie is in too deep now She must do everything in her power to not only save her friends and family, but the whole world “Set some time aside because you will not be able to put this one down”.

10 thoughts on “Bending Nature

  1. Didi Didi says:

    DNF with NO RATING

    With the utmost respect for the author, I regrettably couldn't finish this book. Sometimes writing styles and prose work for people, sometimes they don't. In my case, I had a hard time connecting with the writing, story and pacing.
    That's all I'll say, but I do wish the author success and encourage anyone taking an interest in this book to read it.

    *Copy generously provided by the author for review*

  2. Ricah (vamptimesurfer) Ricah (vamptimesurfer) says:

    *I received a free ebook copy from the author and Big Ideas Publishing in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my review.*

    EDITED: 12/30/15


    I'm a sucker when it comes to vampire books so of course I need to request for this one. When my request was accepted, I was so happy but the book was okay. I did not like it as much as I expected or hate it.

    Julie Sparks works on a museum. Since she got the job she found herself attracted to Michael, not only her but also a lot of girls. Michael is a famous winged statue. Julie is comfortable with Michael and she always talks to him. She thinks she's inlove with a statue. Yes, call her insane but that's how she feel. Her simple life changed when three man in suit stormed into the museum and tries to steal Michael but of course she did not let them. One of them starts to hurt Julie, then the statue breaks revealing a pale, beautiful, hot guy.

    I'm trying out this kind of review because it's easy to use and detail my positive and negative thoughts.

    + The writing style was easy to like. You can clearly understand each paragraphs not like with the other books that includes a lot of deep words. It's like they always have a dictionary beside them.

    + A unique vampire. This is my first time meeting ( well technically reading but whatever ) a vampire with wings! AMAZAYN! ( see what i did there? hahaha) Michael also have the powers which other vampire have.

    + Cliffhangers. I love the idea how Samantha Stone always makes the ending of each chapter a cliffhanger.That's why I can't stop reading it. I CANT PUT IT DOWNNN.

    - Fcking insta-love. Oh great, another YA with an insta-love *insert saracsm*. Since Michael left the museum he always follow Julie wherever she goes. While Julie's asleep, Michael was in her room. Of course it's your typical vampire guy. And our Julie here is also fcking inlove with Michael. AWESOME! *rolls eyes*. Sometimes it's cute and adorable then it turned so much adorable that it hella annoys me.

    - Everything happens so fast. Well, i like books that are fast-paced but not like this. Your not even halfway through the book, an action finally happens.

  3. Jane Jane says:

    I absolutely adored this novel. The POV is our female protagonist Julie Sparks. She is shy, but grows to be daring and kick ass. She learns a lot of lessons. She isn't all dumb struck in love. - Michael is just amazing. He isn't all stalkish like some vampires.

  4. Michelle Michelle says:

    I'm normally pretty forgiving when it comes to books that aren't that great, but I'm throughly confused as to how this book has so many 5 star ratings. I thought it started off strong, good characters and plot development, and then halfway through it all goes to crap. The writing gets very juvenile and feels rushed, almost like the deadline for finishing was upon the author and she just churned out words. There are quite a few editing mistakes that should be addressed. Overall I was extremely disappointed. I kind of want my 99 cents back.

  5. Drako Drako says:

    So, it's a bit hard to do a type of a vampire that hasn't been done. Well, this author has done it. Michael is a vampire, one with wings which is interesting. Not only that, he's a prince, and vampires aren't from this world. They're a different species, more advanced, and of course feed on blood. Get weird when the vamps decide to come to high school all in an elaborate and twisted plan to take over and save the world. And Julie has her place in it all, which became obvious once certain things were mentioned but still it works. Doesn't seem like the story is done, but it's not exactly a cliffhanger ending either. It's different and I like it. It's a book that fits more in the new adult category as while sex is mentioned or hinted at, there aren't any graphic scenes which makes sense being that Julie is only seventeen, as are most of her friends. Nonetheless, an interesting take on an old concept

  6. Rosalina J. Rosalina J. says:

    I thought I had read every type of vampire novel out there. Sure, it’s not so different that they aren’t vampires. They are and they have fangs, fangs they can grow and retract. That isn’t what makes the different, though. I don’t want to spoil it for you, so read it find out what makes them different.
    Anyway, what really makes this novel different is the voice. It’s funny, and so visual. I can’t believe how easy it was for me to see everything that happened. It was like a movie in my head. Also, I felt what the characters felt. That has happened to me in a lot of novels.
    It's the whole story that makes this novel so different. It honestly is unlike anything I’ve read. I will give any book Samantha writes a read, or at least read the few pages. What I’m saying is I will give anything she reads a chance.

  7. Ella J. Ella J. says:

    So, I was like, whoa, awesome opening, great lead female character, I really relate to her. Then I was like, yes, yay. And then it was like all over, just boom!!! But what an ending, but OMG there is going to be a part 2. Yes, yes, don't make me wait forever.

  8. Boyko Ovcharov Boyko Ovcharov says:


    Different, original and immersive. Definitely a creative read!

  9. Andrew K. Andrew K. says:

    The cover captures my attention. It is different. I read the blurb and that sounded interesting. A statue bursting to life, but, ah, that is not truly what happens. The statue was a layer that grows around the vampire while they are in a type of sleep. Really cool concept.
    While reading, I would never have guessed that Michael the vampire is from another planet. His backstory is really good and sad. You just can’t help but love him right along with Julie. But this isn’t a novel about a love struck teen like Twilight. Sure, she falls for Michael, but right away, the novel has men in black hunting Michael down. It is a bit of mystery with lots of funny, sexy, sad, and, well every emotion.
    This one scene had me literally laughing out loud. I want to tell you the scene so bad but will not. It includes a cop chasing Julie and Julie is driving. I know, how can that be funny, right? It is, trust me.

  10. Chi Odogwu Chi Odogwu says:

    Initially when a friend recommended this book to me, i was like great another twilight-vampire story wannabe. After reading the book, i was glad I decided to take a chance and read it with an open mind. The book clearly stands on its own merits and has the makings of a hunger games type franchise. It had the emotional depth of interview with the vampire combined with the narrative suspense of forever knight.Both excellent books that have done well on TV.The main characters were well developed with good storylines. Yes, there are interpersonal issues but what great story doesn’t have riveting drama. Even Vamps have human problems. I’m glad to see that Ms. Stone decided to take a different route from the tired Vampire romance genre and carve out a niche for herself. It was a very enjoyable read, and I can’t wait to read another book in the series.

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