Sarita Lopez

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  • Raven on Oct. 08, 2011
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    REVIEW: Lilly Taylor is a young, beautiful girl who has been raised in a lie. Her parents have raised her to think that in a family it's normal to show no affection. That it's normal to eat cold, canned food everyday, and that wearing the same color everyday is a part of life for any normal family. But after returning home from school one day, she finds out that her parents have disappeared and her life changes completely. I don't like giving to much away, so I'll try to keep this review short. Suzy Turner has done a very good job of giving you alot of mystery, a pinch of romance, and a dash of family unity that I found refreshing. This was actually the first book I've read that I can honestly say didn't have an overabundance of romance. It actually had very little romance and a great deal of mystery and I found that to be refreshing. This book will have you up till late reading and the way that it ends was very well thoughtout. I actually thought that there were going to be some loose ends at the end, but everything came together masterfully. There were some areas that I found alittle boring, but they were very few and far between. I give this book 4 out of 5 hearts. This is a book that I think many people with a love for the paranormal would really enjoy and I would recommend it to them all.
  • Raven on Dec. 04, 2011
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    REVIEW: Lilly Taylor is a young, beautiful girl who has been raised in a lie. Her parents have raised her to think that in a family it's normal to show no affection. That it's normal to eat cold, canned food everyday, and that wearing the same color everyday is a part of life for any normal family. But after returning home from school one day, she finds out that her parents have disappeared and her life changes completely. I don't like giving to much away, so I'll try to keep this review short. Suzy Turner has done a very good job of giving you alot of mystery, a pinch of romance, and a dash of family unity that I found refreshing. This was actually the first book I've read that I can honestly say didn't have an overabundance of romance. It actually had very little romance and a great deal of mystery and I found that to be refreshing. This book will have you up till late reading and the way that it ends was very well thoughtout. I actually thought that there were going to be some loose ends at the end, but everything came together masterfully. There were some areas that I found alittle boring, but they were very few and far between. I give this book 4 out of 5 hearts. This is a book that I think many people with a love for the paranormal would really enjoy and I would recommend it to them all.
  • December Moon: Part II of The Raven Saga on Dec. 04, 2011
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    December Moon is Lilly tuluqaq's best friend, and even though Lilly now lives in Canada they always manage to keep in touch. But even bestfriends sometimes have to keep secrets from each other (or so they think). Even when both want the other to know, their families have made it clear that some secrets are better left untold. You see, on December's 15th birthday, really strange things start happening around her and without getting into far to much detail, she finds out that she's a decendant of a family of witches. (Like I said, Lilly also has her secret but you'll have to read the books to find out what it is. :D) There's a rogue vampire on the loose and is turning SOME people while savagely killing others. After a series of murders start taking place, and people start disappearing in Canada, both families will come together to try and find the person or people responsible. But what happens when a handsome stranger comes into town?? What will happen when it seems the stranger is drawn to Lilly?? What about, what will happen when an old love is threatened?? Will Lilly finally find out what happened to her father after he disappeared?? All of these questions will be answered in December Moon. There's even an unexpected return of a lost family member, but I can honestly say that its someone who I found to be a nice surprise. December Moon is the second book in The Raven Saga and Suzy Turner did an excellent job with the sequel. I'm looking forward to book 3 in the series and other then many grammatical errors the book itself was hard to put down. 4 out of 5 hearts is my take on the book, but maybe you'll give it more. :) Happy reading!!