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Watercolour Smile (Seraph Black Book 2) by [Washington, Jane]
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4.5 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
Book 2 of 4 in Seraph Black (4 Book Series)

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  • Print Length: 326 pages
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  • Language: English
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I love this series, the story is so clever and it's kept me hooked! Although this is a reverse harem series the relationships are not typical of this genre and I love that this element although fundamental to the plot almost takes a back seat as other elements of the story are treading together. Jane has a very unique way of world building and describing things for the reader which I absolutely love....if your looking for a book that makes you think and keeps you guessing then I'd really recommend this. I love the characters Seraph is a very loveable heroine and the 4 guys are perfectly written for the story. Can't wait for book 3 😀
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Second book of the series and it's giving me even more questions than answers! I love that author kept me on the edge throughout the whole book and made me feel all this turmoil of emotions. You know it's a good book when you totally loosing sense of time and place. It's happened to me and I loved every second!
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great book.
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Amazing xx
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Despite leaving her abusive father, and escaping her violent stalker, Seraph's life is only getting more dangerous. She has to hide her powers, and hide her growing connection to the four guys that would do anything to protect her.

I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

First of all, let me say that this all comes down to a matter of taste. The book itself is well-written, and I can see why it's popular. It just didn't do it for me.

The premise is interesting - Seraph is part of the Zhevghéri, a secret organisation of families with various powers. The most highly valued of which are those born with marks that show they will have two - for a better word "soulmates".
Seraph is special, as she is set to bond with two pairs, and the four guys just happen to be the equivalent of royalty.
Despite the growing connection between Seraph and the four guys, they have to hide it, for fear of the danger it will put them all in. (Their father, the Voda/leader is a complete control freak, and is not above torture and murder when it suits his needs).

The main thing that put me off in this story is the writing style. It is very poetic, and descriptive, and it can take a page to discuss the colour of Seraph's hair.
The constant attention to every detail made it very hard to follow the story, and stay invested. The tone of the book stayed the same throughout the book, and I felt that it sapped some of the excitement out of what should have been awesome scenes. But when Seraph is equally interested in the fact that she can do gymnastics, as when she is attacked by goons and her dad's house burnt down (plus some other really interesting stuff), I felt disappointed more than anything else.
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Nothing can describe this book better than the authors own words "reading the script of a bad science-fiction movie" the story lacks substance and the plot just gets more confusing.
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The plot and characters in this series have potential. However throughout the first book there were so many questions left unanswered which I hoped would be clarified in this book. But I am just left confused about what is a actually happening which isn't helped by the fact the boys are keeping the truth from Seraph to protect her. I don't really get the relationship Seraph has with the boys as It didn't really seem to go anywhere. Also I don't understand how the bond along with other aspects of the paranormal side of the plot really work. Generally this book has some rather good reviews so I don't want to dissuade anyone from reading it but I am left frustrated trying to figure it out. Not sure if anyone else feels the same way or if it's just me.
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Jane takes the plot and characters o a whole new level in this book, rips out your heart, shoves it back into your chest, and stomps all over your emotions. In. The. Best. Possible. Way. Her writing style is lovely and her characters carry on developing and the reader learns more as the plot unfolds. I cannot wait for the next book.
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