Date I started the book: 12/11
Date I finished the book: 12/11
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal
Overall: Great book, fast paced and easy to read.
Stars: 4 out of 5
This book is about a 15 year old girl named Felicia who is adopted at birth, no one ever could identify their birth parents, it’s like she was materialized out of thin air, but what her adopted parents didn’t know when they found her was that she wasn’t only a baby, she was the daughter of two mythological creatures/gods, The Fury and The Mercy..... Luckily her life was pretty normal until she got her period for the first time and things started to change abruptly, she started to change and that’s when the game begins...
I found myself pretty absorbed in the book, it’s very well written and the idea is pretty original, it’s not a paranormal book about mainstream creatures such as vampires, faeries, werewolfs, angels or demons, and I found that quite interesting. It’s a page turner, and very easy to read and follow. I loved all the characters, and it was hard for me trying to decide which one I liked more, Zane, Ryder or Cory, despite being a huge fan of bad boys myself, in this one I have to choose Ryder! He has all that mysterious aura around him and it’s like a mixture between bad boy and good boy and I’m looking forward to read more about him and Felicia in the future.
It was a great book and the only thing that made me rated it in 4 stars instead of 5 was the end, being a series it must have (IMO) a cliffhanger, something that would make me want to read the next one as soon as possible, and that wasn’t what happened, the end is good and happy but I felt like it would be a perfect book if the end had something that would make the readers to count the days off until the next one.
I was given this book by the author in exchange of an honest review.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)