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Posted April 30, 2013
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By Momma on April 30, 2013
Loved it! This is a great young adult paranormal romance that keeps you guessing until the end! There was a good balance to the book. With the exception of the end fight scene, which felt like it may have gone on a little too long everything else flowed wonderfully. You felt like you were being lead down the path gently and I was happy to follow!
I loved Nara for all of her follies and imperfections. I think in many ways she’s a much better role model then some young adult heroines. She wasn’t perfect, she cared for others, and wasn’t self-centered. I really liked her as a character!
Ethan was also very sweet and kind. The relationship they had was a beautiful friendship before it grew. For the sake of the target audience it was nice to see a relationship that didn’t feel completely dysfunctional.
This really is a great read, I recommend for young audiences, I don’t recall any bad language and the interactions are sweet, not smutty!
As of this posting, the Brightest Kind of Darkness is Free on Amazon, I’m not sure if it’s perma-free or not, but nonetheless it’s a great book. Pick it up you won’t be disappointed!
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Posted September 6, 2012
A big THANK YOU to the author for providing me a copy for review. I couldn't put this book down. I was more tired than my kids their first day of school because I knew if I stopped reading I wouldn't be able to sleep anyway because I wanted to know what was going to happen next.
To know what was going to happen to you the day before, how cool would that be? To actually dream the next day, even cooler. Knowing if the boy you were checking out was going to talk to you, to know if your team was going to win or not, what halls to avoid, etc. To have this happen for years than almost as suddenly just stop. How confusing and at loss one would be to live the unknown like every other person. Than to meet a guy, one who makes your heart flutter, who is there like a knight in shining armor, the kind of guy who isn't like the others, who you want to know more about, who you are drawn to, than to find out that he's the reason your dreams have stopped. Why? If I told you, what fun would that be? Two young lovers, one dreams of the future, one dreams of darkness, one has the courage to stand up to Fate, one is there to provide strength. Who will be left standing?
The story grabbed me from the first paragraph and never let go. I could feel the doubts, the heartaches, the need, the love, the pain, the coldness and the lightness. Some of the story reminded me of the movie Final Destination, but the author creates so much more,takes it that one step further that brings it from good to superb. I can't wait to read the second book in the series, Lucid.
Posted September 28, 2012
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