Vampires with a total different twist then the average books today. Hidden draws you in. There's archaeology, want to be scientist, much more. It's way different then the average vampire story line today.
HIDDEN breaks with Transylvanian tradition by placing the vampires deep under the soil of Cappadocia where two archaeologists take their families excavating in 1881, triggering off a series of terrifying adventures. Alex and his family are on an adventure of a lifetime.
This adventure changes things once they uncover things in those caves they never new existed. Modern day, Maddy and her brother lose it all and are orphaned only to find something they never new they had Marchwood Estates.
An iron door in the cellar hides secrets over a hundred years old and through a series of chilling events, the story of the Cappadocian expedition is pieced together along with its impact on Maddy and Alexandre's lives. Together they discover each other and it's one hell of a ride.
I loved how the author added folklore of the times and era. It pulls you in even more. It moves between multi POV to explain the history and the story. The author does this effortlessly with great flow in the book. It draws you into her world.