Reign or Shine (Demon Princess Series #1)

Reign or Shine (Demon Princess Series #1)

by Michelle Rowen
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Reign or Shine 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
Dana_W More than 1 year ago
This book is worth the read. I was lucky enough to receive an advance copy and from the moment I opened it and started reading, I was hooked. The main character is believable and the plot moves. I love the Darkling powers and the Romeo and Juliet love storyline. The main character Nikki has been dragged all over the place by her mom, who keeps marrying men she probably shouldn't. This time, she has moved the family to Canada, where she meets some great new friends and a guy that tells her about her long lost father. He just happens to be a demon lord. Who knew? This starts an adventure that I hope will continue for many books more. Nikki is a fireball and is willing to fight for what she wants. She just has to decide if she wants to be normal or be a demon princess after all. I totally recommend this book.
MrsRobArchie More than 1 year ago
It was a very interesting book with a good plot. I loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read. When i bought this book, i finished it in one day. Only wished Nicki paied attention to her auntpo
CiciBear26 More than 1 year ago
When I got this book, admittedly, I was excited to read it. I'd read the synopsis on Goodreads, and I was thinking how great of a book it was going to be. And, unsurprisingly, it was. The aspect of the story wasn't anything new--I've read tons of demon-related books this past year, but I have to say that this was one that I rank in the 'best' list. I liked Nikki; she was funny, and she thought logically. She wasn't irrational (cough; cough, Bella Swan), and her feeling were relatable and believable. Michael was interesting: not your normal arrogant a**hole that seems to take the lead in a lot of popular YA novels. And the other characters were well developed. I did figure out what was going on pretty easily (with Nikki's dad and aunt), so I wasn't surprised with the ending. But everything played out nicely, and I give props to the author, for having witty dialog and great writing skills. The cover is a little flashy--so bright I feel kind of dizzy just looking at it, and it could have been a better representation of the book itself (not just Nikki). If you like books that are quick, easy to understand, and include: demons, cute boys & mystery, then this is the book for you.
acornucopiaoflove More than 1 year ago
I'd read some good reviews before picking this book up, so I knew I wouldn't be disappointed. It was a fun, light read. The book also contained some action, a bit of romance, and a strong lead character. Nikki had recently moved from California to Canada, had been able to escape her outcast label, and befriended the most popular girl in school, Melinda. It seemed like everything was going her way, until she turned 16 and found out that she was a half-demon princess from another dimension. Nikki reacts as most people would, with complete disbelief. Of course, she grows to accept what she is, and grows stronger in the process. Nikki's very insecure about herself, and her friendships. As readers, we are able to see how much she grows after she finds out about her half-demon heritage. She learns to stand up for herself, as well as face dangerous situations head on. I'll admit that at first I had reservations about Nikki's friend Melinda. I thought she would turn out to be the "Mean Girls" type of character. It became obvious, however, that Melinda, like Nikki had her share of insecurities. I'm also interested to see how Nikki's relationship with Michael will progress in the sequel. Since they're from different dimensions, and it's forbidden, I expect the sequel to address this. I think the aspect of the book that I most enjoyed was that the plot didn't drag. I've found that in the first of a series, the story can drag through introductions, and character background. This book was a great start, and I'll definitely be looking forward to reading the sequel. It was fairly obvious who the villain was, however. I don't think that really detracted from my reading experience, but as soon as the character was introduced I was able to figure out the rest of the plot. Nevertheless, I enjoyed this fun, light read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I got the sample it was really good. I love the characters I read about and can't wait to read the whole book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a good book. I would get the sample. Than get get off of nook friends or ( lend me) or just buy it. I got a lend me from nook friends.
MonicaEmme More than 1 year ago
I love Michelle's Falling Kingdom series under her pen name, so I thought I'd check some of her work out that's under Michelle Rowen. This book was cute and fun. It doesn't have the deep themes like her fantasy series, but I don't think it's really supposed to. Look at the cover. But it was fun and I loved some of the characters. I enjoyed it and will definitely continue with the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun book
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It was a fun read i loved it
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