- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 691 KB
- Print Length: 326 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Wildflowers Books (23 July 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00M36YW0I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #776,391 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Knight created a world which has been overused in the world of YA and makes it all her own - a new outlook on the world. In the retrospect it was nothing like I've ever read before. Knight made her world easy to follow while revealing its rules and laws slowly throughout.
Despite it not being the easiest relationship, I however felt the characters became romantically involved too quickly; mistakes were forgiven nearly straight away - making the relationship slightly unbelievable. Although, this could be due to it being their real 'first love'. I enjoyed the small attention to detail in the main character. For example her hobby in ridding was a firm ground to the book. Also was her habit of biting her nails - this was not dropped, giving extra personality to the character and making her seem more human in a book of angels. I massively preferred the second half of this book to the first. I think this is mainly because action began to pick up then and the supernatural world was revealed pretty late in to the book.
Towards the end of the book all dots were crossed as everything fell in to place. Jamie, the protagonist, finally grew from being a timid social outcast - to someone who wants to stand up for herself and others. Conflict was solved as truths came out leaving a few small mystery a still to be uncovered.
Overall I would rate this book 6/10 as although I felt the relationship was a bit oddly paced it was still an enjoyable, interesting read.
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Told in first person POV, our narrator Jamie meets the cute boy by falling at his feet. Well, falling off her horse at least. He comes to her rescue and sparks fly. Literally. Dothan is the new stable boy at the farm where she boards her horse, and his touch sends electric shocks scurrying through Jamie. Quiet and mysterious, his every word and action peak Jamie's curiosity, made all the more intriguing by the fact that he knows nothing of her past. Her story unfolds in slow fits and starts, as does Dothan's mysterious past.
As the two slowly grow closer, the heat turns up in more ways than one. The past has a way of catching up with characters, and everything is not as it seems. I struggled a bit with some of the dialogue and the fact that Jamie seemed a bit mature in her thinking for a newly minted 17-year-old girl with raging hormones... but given the hardships she'd already faced, I figured she had to grow up rather quickly.
While many of the plot twists were predictable, this was a fun YA paranormal romp, and while the pacing was a little slow, it was a quick read nonetheless. If you like reading YA angels, this offers a slightly new take on the angel/nephilim world and its relation to our own mortal realm.
Jamie is our heroine 16 yr old and Dothan's is the hunky 18 yr old misfit who rescues Jamie. There are lots of secrets and the biggest one starts with Jamie's grandfather. Secrets of a super natural flare. Oh my! Really wonderful story of angst and young love with high school bullying coming into play.
A definite must read and you don't have to a teenager!
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