Dusk Conspiracy Seventeen year old Laylah Le Croix has a rich father mansion and servants Yet she is lonely and neglected Her father would rather work than speak to her At the academy she is bullied and mistreated

  • Title: Dusk Conspiracy
  • Author: Lakisha Spletzer
  • ISBN: 9781449900878
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seventeen year old Laylah Le Croix has a rich father, mansion, and servants Yet she is lonely and neglected Her father would rather work than speak to her At the academy she is bullied and mistreated.When Weres attempt to kidnap Laylah, she is saved by the mysterious Donil Silentshadow Donil rouses feelings in Laylah that make her question her life and her father s aniSeventeen year old Laylah Le Croix has a rich father, mansion, and servants Yet she is lonely and neglected Her father would rather work than speak to her At the academy she is bullied and mistreated.When Weres attempt to kidnap Laylah, she is saved by the mysterious Donil Silentshadow Donil rouses feelings in Laylah that make her question her life and her father s animosity toward her handsome rescuer Confused by these emotions, she seeks answers from those closest to her and is rebuffed.She must make a choice Obey her father s edicts or follow her heart to learn the truth about her past.

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    1. For a full review, check the Bitten by Books website: bittenbybooks/

    2. Even though this book is set way into the future I didn't really get that feel of that which for me was good. I don't really enjoy Sci-Fi books too much but this one was really good. Laylah is not your normal seventeen year old girl, but she doesn't know that. Her father is keeping what she is a secret from her. He wants her to be a human. She is bullied at school though I couldn't understand why. Her father Henry seems to have hatred for Laylah and she can not understand it she tries to be the [...]

    3. First off let me start off by saying I'm not a huge fan of paranormal books, movies, shows, etc However a few books I've read has lured me in and got me hooked. And this is one of them. From the beginning to the end of this book I was hooked. The main character is a sweet, well-behaved but neglected 17 year old girl named Laylah lives in a world far far deep into the future. Where the population of its existent is people that become into animals with very little actual humans. Her father is a wo [...]

    4. Someone pass me a knife, I need to add a number to the body countNo? Okay. Maybe later. My experience with this is one of enjoyment despite my homicidal streak rearing it’s bloodthirsty head whilst reading it. There are some typical YA stereotypes but there are differences that set this apart from the rest. The setting is not Earth, nope, we’re in the future and we’ve left those Earthlings behind to start a better life after fighting for equal rights between humans and shifters. However, t [...]

    5. Absolutely LOVED IT! This was my first time reading any work by Lakisha Spletzer and WILL NOT be my last! For a YA read it was very exciting and did not give off too strong of a YA vibe. Put it this way I enjoyed it so much I read it in a day :)Laylah is a smart, sweet, loving, caring and a underestimated and unappreciated young woman. She's in the dark about many things and unaware of even more. Her father (Henry) is only worried about his science projects and his next million. Laylah is only a [...]

    6. In the spirit of trying something new I am going to list the top ten reasons I think you should read this book:1. Lots of action – Lots of drama. I didn’t want to put the book down2. Britta- everyone should have a BFF like her.3. Lions and tigers and bears- oh my! Lots of different Were Animals4. Star crossed lovers.5. It takes place in the future.6. Donil Silentshadow. He can walk into my dreams anytime!7. Zina- A evil, crazy *$#@! You are going to love to hate.8. Laylah finding her inner s [...]

    7. I really like this story Lakisha did a great job and will definetly an author I will be following.The only thing that bugged me was the age difference but they are Were so I think a 17 year old girl with the confidence of a 12 year old (do to the whipped dog mentality her father berated into her) is a little off for a 22 year old Alpha. Not only that she was extremely sheltered and naive. I can't wait for volume 2 to see how the story ends.

    8. I try to be selective when it comes to the books that I read. I don’t relish giving negative reviews and if I feel that a book isn’t to my taste, I stop reading it. I gave Werelove: Dusk Conspiracy my best try. I read about halfway through the book before admitting defeat and acknowledging that I had no desire to reach the conclusion. There are several reasons why I chose not to finish it, which I will divulge, but I hope that my criticism will not discourage the author, who was kind enough [...]

    9. Book 1 really is about laying the foundation to the series. Lakisha Spletzer has written a solid book that has set the series perfectly. Making sure that the reader understands the book completely, the author provides background information at the end of the book. The story is set in the future where the characters are either human or were. There are many weres on this canvas from wolves, bears, and rhinos to felines. Laylah Le Croix lives her life surrounded by secrets. Events are happening aro [...]

    10. TITLE: Werelove: Dusk ConspiracyAUTHOR: Lakisha SpletzerPUBLISHER: Create Space createspace COPYRIGHT: 2010 Lakisha Spletzer (April 30, 2010)FORMAT: Paperback, KindlePRICE: Paperback $15.99, Kindle $5.99ILLUSTRATOR: J.D. Hollyfield jdhollyfield ISBN-10: 1449900879ISBN-13: 9781449900878Beautiful Laylah LeCroix has everything a teenager could want. She has a nice house, nice clothes and servants, someone to drive her to school every day and a loving family. Or does she?The seventeen-year-old is bu [...]

    11. Could you imagine not knowing if your father really loves you? Who you can and cannot trust? Well this is an everyday thing for 17 year old Laylah Le Croix. She puts up with this everyday of her life since her mother had died. Her mother died when she was 4 years old protecting her from Zina who wanted to kill her. After 13 years has passed Zina is still looking forward to getting her hands on Laylah. Zina tried to kidnap Laylah and failed, because Laylah was rescued by Donil Silientshadow. Doni [...]

    12. I really enjoyed the story of this book, but found the writing a little confusing in places.I found myself irritated by the events happening to the main character and was frustrated by her demure responses to the authority figures surrounding her, which I believe is the author Lakisha Spletzer’s intentions.You actually feel sorry for the main character and can’t help but wish she would run away from the many threats and boundaries her life designates. She is treated harshly and like a child [...]

    13. Oh my Jelly Beans I don't like her father, someone needs a good ass kicking and would love to have a go! What kind of man does he think he is and it makes my blood boil thinking about it, she does her best and to demean her for losing in a fight! Poor Child! Loved the story, hope she gets more confidence in the next book. Her best friend Britta is purely amazing and I want a friend like her! Oh and the men and drama of it all, I love it and am jumping straight into reading book two!

    14. Wowis has got to be one of the best werebeast stories I have read yet. The author really writes to allow the characters feeling to flow off the page. At times I had to stop reading because the palpitations in my chest took my breath away.

    15. Laylah has everything a girl could want, well almost. She is, at first glance, a normal teenage girl that wants to fit in at school. Her father, Henry, is an Alpha that keeps her sheltered from the world and what she really is. Henry works constantly and never makes time for his Laylah. What little time he makes for her comes with a price. She is left in the constant care of Jacques. A Were pack attempts to kidnap Laylah, only to be stopped dead in their tracks by a lone Were named Donil. Laylah [...]

    16. I really liked the book to begin with. And then I realized it's one of those series books where the whole story is resolved in three to four books. I can honestly say I really dislike the genre because it follows the same pattern.1.Boy/Girl meet each other and sort of fall in love. Everything falls apart and we're left with a cliff hanger. But they'll get together in the end right?2.Boy/Girl come into their awesome, amazing, gosh-darn peachy powers. Everyone either loves or hates them because th [...]

    17. Dusk Conspiracy (Werelove #1) by Lakisha Spletzer ( Author) Synopsis from :"Seventeen-year-old Laylah Le Croix has a rich father, mansion, and servants. Yet she is lonely and neglected. Her father would rather work than speak to her. At the academy she is bullied and mistreated.When Weres attempt to kidnap Laylah, she is saved by the mysterious Donil Silentshadow. Donil rouses feelings in Laylah that make her question her life and her father's animosity toward her handsome rescuer. Confused by t [...]

    18. (3.5 Stars)"Dusk Conspiracy" is a YA novel about a seventeen year old girl named Layla who is being raised by her sperm donor father who has the nurturing instinct of a viper. Layla's mother was killed by a rival pack of weres led by Zina, an evil alpha.Layla's father is a scientist who likes to pretend to be human all while dosing his daughter with a concoction that suppresses her were nature. To make matters worse, he has never told her she is were and imprisoned her in his home using servants [...]

    19. A few things that anoyed me: the reason for the two stars. I was expecting laylah to get some balls and stand up for her self as the book progressed. It seemed like she never really care about the things she wanted(i know that was the point but really spelzer ocer did that. It really upset me that that theme of weakness stayed throughout the whole other to books also. Also the weakness from her caretakers Jacques was pretty aggravating, like for real stand up for people you stand for. Also the s [...]

    20. When I first started reading the book I knew that there was going to be were creatures in it, but I was pleasantly surprised that it takes place in the future, thus combining paranormal and Sci-Fi in one shot in my eyes. The author balances the the elements well so that neither (SCI-FI or Paranormal)ever overpowers the other, and maintains it throughout the book. The characters were well developed although she throws a lot of them at you at first. It took me a while to get them all straight but [...]

    21. So I was a little excited to read this book because it looked pretty good. I am happy to say that I loved it and even got the second one! I was really surprised and completely awed at the creativity of this novel. The whole new world was really interesting and kept my attention. Though I did find certain parts irritating, especially everything that included her father, I wound up really liking this book and I loved Spletzer's point of view on Weres. I really, extremely enjoyed reading this book [...]

    22. Laylah has everything a girl could wanta rich family, a staff that cares for her every need, and she's an only child. From the outside you would think she is just another privileged child who has it all. But looks can be deceiving. Not only is her life not perfect but she is miserable. She craves her father's attention and just wants to feel loved. Her life is nothing if not predictableor so she thinks! She meets Donil and her whole world changes! With a paranormal twist and some shifter romance [...]

    23. There was never a dull moment, Werelove is full with action, revenge, betrayal, passion, friendship, loyalty, and much more. The writing was clean and straight forward, and the world that the author created is very unique and original. Amazing plot and I just love Donil. However the main character was just to whinny and timid, I felt like there was no growth to her. Besides that the book was okay…

    24. Great start to a new series. Laylah is battling the inner turmoil of being a teen along with finding out that her DNA contains two different species of WERE. Unloving Daddy has hidden her past and drugged her to keep the "wild" coming out in her. But as adolescence changes her emotions, the WERE blooms up to her surprise. Intriguingly located in small town Florida, the book lays out a story line that you know will just have to continue.Great YA story.

    25. This is a book that kept me up well into the wee hours of the morning reading "just one more chapter" and then another and another. It's a hard book to put down. And when I did reach the end, I had to go right to my computer and download the second volume onto my Kindle. Now I'm eagerly awaiting book #3! I can recommend this book to anyone who loves fantasy and science fiction.

    26. This book made me think of "Lion King", "Romeo and Juliet", "The Hunger Games" - this book was pretty good. It's a different type of were book and it had funny moments, which I liked. The battles could have been more epic, but it was still pretty good. I will read the series.

    27. Pretty entertaining book. Though not for people who dislike "weak" heroines. Even though it's not really her fault, it still stinks.

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