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Enlightened A Light Tamer Novel

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  • Posted October 26, 2012

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    I loved the first book in this series, The Light Tamer, and was

    I loved the first book in this series, The Light Tamer, and was so excited to be able to read Enlightened. I fell in love with Jessie and Caleb, and Amber of course, in The Light Tamer and couldn't wait to see what they were up to in this book. Trust me; they had quite an adventure in book one. If you haven't read it, go get it, it's great. Enlightened picks up where The Light Tamer leaves off. Jessie and Caleb are light tamers, as a matter of fact, Jessie is descendant of the original line of light tamers, which goes all the way back to Artemis, daughter of Zeus, giver of light and healer, and her gift of light comes directly from her, making Jessie very special. Jessie is still learning to process all of this, because up until recently, she just though she was a normal teenage girl. Jessie and Caleb are also bonded. They are soul mates. After battling with Erebus and managing to send him back to the underworld in book one, they find out Nyx is targeting them, and she is not a happy camper. A new boy, Thorne, appears at school to. Thorne is supposedly a light tamer also, or is he.....he seems to be a little too interested in Jessie, and Amber is more than a little interested in him, which proves to be quite an interesting situation.

    I loved the characters in this book. Jessie is hilarious. The inner dialogue she carries on with herself is almost funnier than the things she actually says. The only problem with that is that if Caleb is around he gets a front row seat to the show, because he can read her mind. Jessie is a beautiful girl, tall, but she has one issue that she has a hard time dealing with, and that is her big boobs. Trust me; these are the object of much humor in Jessie's inner rantings. Caleb, however, is quite fond of Jessie's assets. Caleb.....swoon, swoon, swoon. He is totally hot, the perfect guy, and he really loves Jessie. Amber, the best friend, is a hoot and I absolutely adored her. We get to see Grandma, oh I mean "Miss Gayle," Jessie's grandmother, who doesn't like to be called grandmother, again in this book, and get to learn a lot more about her. We are also introduced to several new characters, which were both fun and interesting. Thorne Woodson is the new boy in school and he has the whole "bad boy" vibe going on, not to mention he is hot, but Thorne has some pretty big secrets, and you'll have to read the book to find out what they are. Ms. Gayle also has some secrets herself, secrets which affect Jessie's destiny, and what affects Jessie's destiny also affects Caleb's destiny. Devyn also introduces us further into the magical and mysterious world of the Fae in this book, which is really cool.

    Needless to say, Enlightened will grab your attention from beginning to end. There is romance, mythology, and magic, with plenty of humor mixed in. Devyn also throws in some twists and turns, which take you buy surprise. I really enjoyed this book. If you love YA paranormal romance with some mythology, humor, and a whole lot of action, then this is one book you will definitely want to check out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2014


    What is the diffrence beteewn the books.

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