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Kevin A. Lyons
on July 04, 2016 :
A fun, quick read. The "prophecy" part is subtle. There's a romance aspect, but it's pretty understated. Some situations go a bit over the top, but that's not necessarily a bad thing -- especially in this genre.
I enjoyed it!
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)
Sarah (Workaday Reads)
on Oct. 12, 2015 :
This was a fun action story with a lot of humour. Natalie has quite the adventure with The Society kidnapping her on the belief that she is a mystical prophet.
Natalie is ditzy and reminded me a lot of the Shopaholic series, and a little like Stephanie Plum. She doesn’t always think things through, and that leads to disasters that are really amusing to witness. She does have good supporting friends, which help keep the story from getting too ridiculous.
Overall, this was a nice light-hearted read with some frivolous fun.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
on March 05, 2014 :
A secret society has the best surveillance and monitoring capability of any agency or organisation in the world. Big Brother on worldwide scale. They are elite vigilantes and they’ve been waiting ± 70 years for the prophetess. They’ve monitored what people are writing and saying in hopes of finding her. Then one evening Natalie ad-libs whilst singing karaoke and within hours she’s abducted and taken to the society’s underground headquarters. Some people welcome her as the foretold prophetess but others are sceptical of her abilities.
Her BFF and flatmate Carla has incredible lie detecting abilities, and takes classes from yodelling to skydiving when she’s not trying to defend Natalie.
Marc is the head of security for the Society and Ethan leads one of the security teams. Natalie is attracted to both of these hunky male specimens and they’re equally interested in her. Unfortunately one of them may not be all he seems.
Adventure; romance and a generous sprinkling of humour, the book grabbed my attention from start to finish.
* Review also published on Amazon.co.uk
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)