- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2950 KB
- Print Length: 114 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ang'dora Productions (13 Oct. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075Y29HTZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 11 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #134,282 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Written in the Stars: (A Havenwood Falls High Novella) Kindle Edition
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For a novella I really found myself enjoying the story and was a bit sad to see it end. I felt that the characters were well developed and the plot was steady.
I really liked how the alphas were women and so the pack had a female to lead them instead of the normal male alpha. That really was a selling point for me because I have never read that in a book before. Willa is a teenager and hasn't shifted yet, so she isn't fully like her other packmates though it seems that something else might be going on because ones we got towards the end something fishy sounds like it was going on.
Now not only does Willa have to worry about shifting before she loses her position in the pack but she has to deal with her feelings for Tarron who is not a wolf.
This book is more for the teens as it is a clean read. I do believe I will read more with this series because I want to know where it is all going go.
This novella comes under the Havenwood Falls High set of titles. Willa Kasun should be taking over the role of Alpha on her next birthday, but she hasn’t shifted into her wolf form yet. High School distractions and attractions don’t help with Willa’s situation. Will she shift before her birthday and claim her rightful place as it was written in the stars so long ago?
Much like the previous Havenwood Falls High novella I was able to review, I didn’t enjoy Written in the Stars quite as much as the other novellas in the Havenwood Falls series, however that is probably more to do with my age compared to the target audience age. I do look forward to seeing the Kasun pack make a reappearance in the future and reading more from Kallie Ross
I felt there were too many characters to keep up with at times but I do love Willa's character although I do believe she could of shown more leadership tendencies throughout the story and of course I love Tarron's cheeky and charming little character.
Overall I liked the story line and characters.
I love how many authors take on pieces of the town and intertwine with each other.
I really enjoyed this. I thought it was an interesting little novella which did draw upon some overused cliches, but combined that with a realistic amount of teen angst and a relatable lead so that it actually felt reminiscent of the high school experience for a lot of teenagers....minus the magic!
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