Miranda & Me

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Midnight Hour has been out for a few weeks now.  This book is very special to me not only because it’s my final Shadow Falls book, but because I really felt Miranda’s story needed to be told. After all, I wrote Kylie’s story.  I wrote Della’s story.  I couldn’t leave Miranda out.  When she first came into being, and I gave her my own disability of dyslexia, I felt compelled to write her story so I could watch her really overcome the self-esteem issues that so often come with dyslexia.  I also really wanted to go into Perry Gomez’s story.  And Perry gets his own point of view in Midnight Hour as he reconnects with his parents who abandoned him at three years of age and continues his connection with the FRU.  It’s a heart-tugging story. And Miranda and Perry both learn a lot in Midnight Hour, thing like:


  • Our decisions, the paths we think we should take are often paths that our parents guided us to follow.  Sometimes we need to stop and listen to our own hearts to know which road to take.
  • Sometimes the irritating tension between two people can end up to be a different kind of tension.  One that involves the heart.
  • Sometimes the hardest thing to forgive someone for is hurting themselves.  But sometimes when we do put ourselves in danger, we’re doing to save the same person who will likely never forgive us.
  • Even in the supernatural world, men are from Mars and women are from Venus.  We will never quite see things the same way, but it’s a lot of fun trying.
  • No matter terrible or horrific things stem from family linage, you don’t have to follow that path.  The sins of our fathers are not our sins to bear.  Our destinies are our own.
  • There is almost nothing that can’t be solved at round-table-diet-coke discussion.
  • Graduation means saying goodbye.  Graduation means leaving pieces and parts of our past behind.  But it is a passage that we must take in one of the last steps into adulthood.

You can buy your copy of Midnight Hour at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks and Kobo.


I’m giving away an e-copy of Fighting Back to one person who leaves a comment.

17 thoughts on “Miranda & Me

  1. Thank you CC Hunter for give me the best experience ever! I love Shadow Falls!!! It actually changed my life on how I view things. I wish there were more books to come but all great things must come to an end (unfortunately). Thank you again and I hope you keep posting!

  2. Loved all the books you wrote! I fell in love with the characters and couldn’t put these books down! Dellas my favourite hardcore on the outside soft on the inside. Thank you for these series!

  3. C.C. Hunter!!!! 🙂 thank you so much for everything, I am your biggest fan! I have read all of your books and I love them all. You are my biggest inspiration, my favorite of all your books are of course Kylie and Lucas. I would love to be able to read “Fighting Back” so I can see how far they have come!!!! Please please please let it be me.

  4. Pick Me.
    I didnt know you would get a copy of fighting back, with a pre-order Midnight hour 🙁 I’m dying to read it.
    Thanks for all the hard work youve put into shadow falls, it’s by far my goto series.

  5. I wanted to say that I love your books, C.C. Hunter. Books that most people read are the ones that are best-sellers from popular authors. However, I believe that authors who are passionate about storytelling even though their books are less commercial are the ones who are more artistic and creative. I hope you continue to write new novels no matter what genre it is. You are a great writer even though you have dyslexia. I have read all the books in the Shadow Falls series except Midnight Hour and Fighting Back. I recommended your series to my friends and they told me they loved it. You bring out a lot of emotion in readers from laughter to tears. Thank you for publishing these books.

  6. I started reading the Shadow Falls series when I was an 8th grader in Middle School, now after just finishing Midnight Hour, I connected with it on a mental level. The reason? I’m now a Senior in High School who gets the craziness of preparing for Graduation and College. So I thank you for sharing Shadow Falls with me for the last 5 years! I think in a way they helped me see who I am really am as the years have gone by!

  7. I’m so sad that this series is done but also really happy to have read it all. I loved both Miranda and Perry’s story in the final installment. I’m really glad you brought Perry’s backstory into this book because it made me feel like I know him better now. 🙂

  8. I binge read all your books every time they come out. Your words were able to make me happy, sad, angry, cry, and strong. It’s sad that the series had to end, but that means a new chapter is going to start. I am excited to read what book you will be coming out after this. Thank you for writing this amazing series.

  9. I can’t believe that shadow falls series has ended. I can’t thank you enough for writing these books. I started reading Kylie’s story when I was in middle school and right now I just started college. I loved reading about Kylie finding out what she and Della become a reborn vampire and now finally Miranda finding her true power. I loved reading all of this girls stories and I want thank for allowing readers like me to explore the world of shadow falls.

  10. I love your books. I’m 14 and they helped me love reading more then I like. I would stay up till over midnight reading you books. I love Shadow Falls that much!!! They also help when I was going through a rough time. It was like my home away from home. Thank you for writing my favorite series of all time. 😉

    • I’m so glad you liked my Shadow Falls series and that it helped you. Have you tried my Mortician’s Daughter series? I wrote it specifically with my Shadow Falls fans in mind.

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