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I love reading. I always love to stick my nose in a book, and hide until I finish. That's when I decided to write. I love making up stories, and trying to figure out what is going to happen. I use my free time to write. It is not much, but I will take what I can get.
on Sep. 18, 2011 :
I started reading this because I thought it sounded interesting and it was.
The story was quite sweet, not overly cliche and generally fun.
Both Kloe and Carson are likable and Molly and Ambre are cute characters as well.
It moved fast and kept you intrigued, but I have to admit that there were a few things that seemed a bit off - mind you they weren't too distracting.
For example, Kloe is a couple weeks shy of 19, yet at some point she says that Molly - who was 17, was ok to hang out with because she was mature for her age... They were only a year and a half apart...that's hardly a reason for Kloe to feel so much more mature that Kloe.
Then, Kloe and Carson immediately felt drawn to one another and in a couple of days realized they were meant for each other. This was a bit far-fetched, but I guess Carson had been through a lot with Carlee and we still don't know exactlywhat Kloe is and what her powers are - if any (although her witch powers have been bound), so maybe that could explain it in the next book.
Then again, it is "young love" and we know how instantaneous it could be, so I guess it is not that unrealistic. XD
Other than that and the fact that it could really be a lot longer for us to immerse ourselves in the story and really get invested in it, it still was an intriguing, fun story anyone would enjoy.
(reviewed long after purchase)