I've been wanting to read this series for a really long time now. I always hear people raving about these books and arguing over Team Will vs. Team J
I've been wanting to read this series for a really long time now. I always hear people raving about these books and arguing over Team Will vs. Team Jem and this could get pretty intimidating because I didn't want to be the black sheep. I'm a big fan of The Mortal Instrument books (well I've only read up to book 4) and I thought these books would be something I would really like too. The books are just so long so I decided to try out the audiobooks instead (Actually I decided to try the audiobooks because I knew Ed Westwick narrates Clockwork Prince and I LOVE his voice!). Unfortunately, the narrator, the very slow beginning and my lack of my ability to focus on the audiobook, Clockwork Angel didn't quite make the impression I was hoping for...
I really believe my main problem with the book was the narrator (which I've been told is the big difference between a good or bad audiobook). The person narrating sounded really old! No matter what, I just couldn't picture 16 year-old in the story with her voice. Plus, she sounded like she was trying not to cry in most scenes which was odd. I just didn't connect at all with the narrator which in turn made me not connect with the characters or the story that much. Another problem was that this was my first audiobook ever and I had a hard time focusing at first. Maybe it was the audiobook or the really slow beginning, but I found myself hearing the audiobook but not paying much attention to it. Next thing I knew, 30 minutes would pass and I could not remember anything that had happened.
Or maybe I didn't remember anything that had happened because not much really had happened. I swear Tessa is the most descriptive person ever. I got so frustrated with how she had to describe every single little detail, I was like I get it! She has a pretty dress, go on with the story! I know the Team Will vs. Team Jem is one of the most hated rivalries (between readers) but i honestly didn't get either one. If I HAD to pick a team I guess I would pick Team Will (cover your ears Jennifer!) Yes he was an ass but what can I saw, I have a thing for them. *shrugs* Plus, I understood why he pushed people away. And he just had the best one-liners! If anything, I liked the bromance between Will and Jem much better than the romance between Tessa and either of the boys :)
Overall, I liked Clockwork Angel but I didn't love it. I think maybe all the hype had me expecting something else. I'm still looking forward to the next books in this series.
Some of my favorite quotes from Clockwork Angel: -“One must always be careful of books," said Tessa, "and what is inside them, for words have the power to change us.”
-Will looked horrified. "What kind of monster could possibly hate chocolate?”
-It's all right to love someone who doesn't love you back, as long as they're worth you loving them. As long as they deserve it.
-“Are you implying that shreds of my reputation remain intact?" Will demanded with mock horror. "Clearly I have been doing something wrong. Or not something wrong, as the case may be." He banged on the side of the carriage. "Thomas! We must away at once to the nearest brothel. I seek scandal and low companionship.”
-“Well, she's not responding to my advances," he observed more brightly than he felt, "so she must be dead." "Or she's a woman of good taste and sense.”
-“It's Will," she said. "He's being absolutely ridiculous in the dining room." Charlotte looked puzzled. "How is this different from him being totally ridiculous in the library or the weapons room or any of the other places he's usually ridiculous?”
-She looked up at him with a smile. The smile broke what was left of his resistance--shattered it. He had let the walls down when he'd thought she was gone, and there was no time to build them back up.
***Spoiler-free review, there will however be spoiler for Hex Hall and Demonglass*** Ah Sophie, how I have missed you…
In the end of Demonglass, Sophie***Spoiler-free review, there will however be spoiler for Hex Hall and Demonglass*** Ah Sophie, how I have missed you…
In the end of Demonglass, Sophie and her father have been stripped of their magic powers, Archer and Jenna have been captured and Thorne Abbey is under attack. Cal, her fiancé even though she is technically with Archer, (no, Sophie is not that kind of girl. Witches and warlocks have arranged marriages) convinces Sophie to go look for her mother to seek for help, even though her mother is with the Brannicks, who are enemies of the prodigium.
Sophie travels through the Itineris (a magic travel portal) to find her mother, however, since her powers are bound and she isn’t technically a witch or demon anymore, the Itineris has a hard time determining what she ends up losing almost two weeks by the time it spits her out. Sophie finds her mother among the Brannicks and she finds out that they are not who she thought they were. Soon after, her father and Cal show up. Of course, you can always count in the awkward but awesome tension between these two, as well as a kissing scene!
Just when Sophie is adjusting and her and her crew is preparing to attack the Casnoff sisters, she is suddenly sucked back (literally) to Hex Hall. (Totally not expecting that, but awesome nonetheless!) Turns out that all the students, including Archer and Jenna have also been summoned back to Hex Hall, but this time they are stuck there while the Casnoff sisters try to pull off their evil plan.
I’ve always loved Jenna (a vampire with pink hair!) and her friendship with Sophie. And Archer? I’ve always been a fan of his although Cal is still probably one of my favorite characters. And of course, Sophie and Archer’s witty comments are just as funny as the last two books, maybe even more. I forgot to mention that the ghost of Elodie is till somehow tied to Sophie, but this time she has found a way to posess Sophie’s body. Which comes in handy when they need Elodie’s magic powers, but what about when she comes face to face with Archer (her ex)? It’s pretty sad that I liked Elodie so much better as a ghost than when she was alive. But she does end up getting her (sort of) happy ending. One of my favorite things about this book was a warlock who is stuck in a mirror. He can predict the future although he rarely does, and the conversations he has with Sophie are just to die for! And I don’t know if this is just me, but it seems like the hotness level between Sophie and Archer simmers down a bit, compared to the last two books.
Along with the rest of you, I have grown to LOVE Sophie, her wit and sarcasm and the wonderful world of Hex Hall. I am very sad to read the end of her story. Spell Bound was a great but sad and bittersweet ending and still left unanswered questions. Might Rachel Hawkins answer these in a Hex Hall spin-off series or another Hex Hall book? Who knows, but I sure hope so! When I finished Spell Bound, I had no idea that this was the final book in the Hex Hall series. The story just feels…unfinished. If this was just another Hex Hall book I would give this 5 stars, but considering this is the last one I have to give in 4 stars since I feel like it should have been…more. More romance, more fighting, more of the Brannicks and more of Sophie’s parents. There was however more than enough drama, suspense and Sophie’s awesome snarky comments. Overall, Spell Bound was a fantastic addition to the Hex Hall world although I am sad it’s over. I immediately got sucked back into Sophie’s world that I devoured this book in one day.
4 out of 5 sparkly stars!
Some of my favorite non-spoiler quotes from Spell Bound: (there are SO many, it was hard to choose!) - “Maybe. But he’ll just say a bunch of smart-ass stuff before maybe telling you anything real. That’s what he does.” Standing, I said, “I think I can hold my own in smartassery.”
- “You can call yourself whatever you want.” “Okay. Sophie Awesome Sparkle-Princess it is.”
- Knowing I’d probably regret it, I crossed the room and yanked the canvas off the mirror. As before, he was sitting on the table, smirking at me. “Jackass, jackass on the wall, where’s the info on Hex Hall?”
- “You know, I can see more than just the future or the past.” “Really?” I asked, paging through the papers in the file. “Can you also see the present? Because I can do that, too. Like, right now, I sense that I’m in a messy room with a total toolbox.”
- “We could go to Lough Bealach,” Aislinn answered. “Is that a place, or are you choking?” I asked, earning me a glare in return.
- “And the sooner, the better. We’re in stasis now, but something is coming. I sense a—” “Great disturbance in the Force?” I interrupted before I could stop myself. Torin frowned. “I suspect you’re mocking me, but I don’t understand the reference. In any case, dark powers are stirring. The more prepared you are, the better.”
- “Right. So no plans at all, then?” Jenna frowned. “Other than rocking in the fetal position for a while?” “Yeah, I was thinking about taking one of those showers where you huddle in the corner fully clothed and cry,” Archer offered.
- “See you later, then?” he asked. His voice was casual, but my skin was hot where he touched me. “Definitely,” I answered, figuring that even a girl who has to stop evil witches from taking over the world could make time for kissage in there somewhere. *** Read more of my reviews at: Nereyda @ Mostly YA Book Obsessed http://BooksandSparkles.Blogspot.com...more
While I didn't love Clockwork Angel, I did like it enough to continue with the series. I admit that the whole reason I wanted to listen to this one i
While I didn't love Clockwork Angel, I did like it enough to continue with the series. I admit that the whole reason I wanted to listen to this one is because Ed Westwick is one of the narrators. I had trouble with the narrator of book one but I thought both Ed and Heather Lind did an AMAZING job narrating this one! I still wasn't wowed by the story like most readers seem to be, but I did absolutely LOVE the way it was narrated!
Things were still a little bit too slow for my liking and Tessa was still overly descriptive over every little thing. I swear at one point she went on for like 5 minutes describing a building. But once the story started picking up, it managed to hold my attention and I wasn't drifting off this time. I liked Tessa's character much better this time but I still didn't get the big deal with the romance. I got why Tessa liked Will and why Will liked her back. I even got why she started having feelings for Jem after spending more time with him, although I don't think it was nowhere near as serious as it ended up being. The thing about this relationship that bothered me the most is that I didn't believe that Will and Jem didn't know that the other is in love with Tessa. I actually get why Will wouldn't notice that Jem and Tessa were involved because he was dealing with a lot, plus Will is very self involved and I doubt he notices much about other people's lives. But these guys are not only best friends, they're also parabatai, I found it unbelievable that they wouldn't talk to one another about liking Tessa. Also, Jem is very perspective about people, especially Will. Did he really not know that Will is in love with her? Or did he and just didn't care? I think I'm still Team Will because I just didn't buy that Tessa was that in love in Jem. Even at the end, she doesn't really seem happy. Still not really feeling this love triangle...
I did enjoy the story much more than Clockwork Angel and I plan on finishing with the series, but at the same time I don't have that OMG I have to find out what happens next feeling about this series. Back to the narration. I thought at first that Ed would narrate all the male dialogue and Heather would narrate all the female dialogue, but they alternate chapters. Most of the first half is narrated by Heather which I was kind of disappointed at first, but she did an amazing job. I loved the voices she had for the rest of the characters, Sophie and Jessamine (sp?) being my favorite. At first it was a little bit weird hearing Ed narrate Tessa's scenes but he also did a kick-ass job at this! I was surprised that they gave him some of the most pivotal Tessa scenes and I thought he pulled them off brilliantly! I also loved all the different voices he did, my favorites being Will (because it sounds the most like his voice) and Magnus (because it sound the closest to his Chuck Bass voice, yum!). Honestly though, he could probably narrate the phone book and I would love it!
Some of my favorite quotes from Clockwork Prince: -“Ah,” said a voice from the doorway, “having your annual ‘everyone thinks Will is a lunatic’ meeting, are you? “It’s biannual,” said Jem. “And no, this is not that meeting.”
-“I could not tell you if I loved you the first moment I saw you, or if it was the second or third or fourth. But I remember the first moment I looked at you walking toward me and realized that somehow the rest of the world seemed to vanish when I was with you.”
-“Will has always been the brighter burning star, the one to catch attention — but Jem is a steady flame, unwavering and honest. He could make you happy.”
-“He bent to put his cheek against hers. His breath against her ear made her shudder with each deliberately spoken word. "I have wanted to do this," he said, "every moment of every hour of every day that I have been with you since the day I met you.”
-“We live and breathe words. It was books that kept me from taking my own life after I thought I could never love anyone, never be loved again. It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone. They could be honest with me, and I with them.”
-“They all have always loved you, Will Herondale, for you cannot hide what is good about yourself, however hard you try.”
***ARC provided by HarperTeen for review*** Kate and Vincent think they have found a compromising solution for their human-revenant relationship: he wi***ARC provided by HarperTeen for review*** Kate and Vincent think they have found a compromising solution for their human-revenant relationship: he will refrain from sacrificing himself by saving other people’s lives. But when a dangerous incident occurs, Kate realizes how hard it is for Vincent to resist saving other people’s lives and that the best case scenario for them is for him to hold out on saving people-at least until she dies. Desperate to find another solution, both Kate and Vincent each secretly search for a way for them to be together and have their happily-ever-after.
In Until I Die, we get learn more about the fascinating world of revenants! We also get to meet a couple of new revenants who become important to the story. Kate and Vincent’s relationship was not my favorite in the first book, but I felt that they really grew and their relationship was stronger and more believable to me. What made it better for me was the fact that I could feel their desperation to find a solution. And, I know already said this in my review of Die For Me, but OMG, I LOVED Jules! He was definitely one of my favorite characters. Him, along with Georgia, managed to lighten up and add humor to every scene they were in. I also loved all the flirty comments he gives Kate as much of the glimpses we see of his serious side, which leads me to believe that he might have real feeling for Kate. How do I feel about that? Not really sure since I think Kate and Vincent belong together but at the same time I'm…curious.
Until I Die was full of romance, action, suspense, humor, desperation and more than enough twist to keep you guessing where the story will go next. The writing was fast-paced and will suck you in and beg you to keep reading it until you devour it all. Oh, and don’t even get me started on the ending. If you thought the book description would prepare you for the cliffhanger ending, you are in for a surprise. The shocking ending will leave you surprised, conflicted and desperately wishing that we didn’t have to wait so long until the next book!
Both of the covers in this series are breathtakingly beautiful and do the books justice. I can't wait to get my hands on the final book of the Revenants series, If I Should Die, although I am more than a little nervous and anxious as to where the story will take us next. But, as long as Kate, Georgia, the revenants and the city of Paris are long for the ride, then count me in! Until I Die is a must book for fans of this series and new readers will be mesmerized by this beautiful and addictive new world!
4.5 out of 5 sparkly stars!
Some of my favorite non spoiler quotes from Until I Die: -It hadn’t escaped my attention that I preferred to spend time with the undead rather than the living. I tried not to think about what that said about me.
-“It was an awful time for you. You’ll never get over your parents’ death, I'm not even suggesting that. But you're doing better now. You're coping with life.” “Questionable, since I hang out with a bunch of dead people.”
-Eww. Although I wanted to know everything about the revenants, sometimes the details Vincent gave me fell into the TMI category.
-Jules was trying the guilt-trip method of attack. And it was working. “Okay, I’ll pose for you,” I conceded. “But under no circumstances will any article of clothing leave my body while I am in your studio.” “And if you're elsewhere?” he asked, breaking into a sly smile.
-“Kate, if this works, it’s our answer. I’ll be able to avoid death…” “Until I die,” I filled in the gap.
--Trying to resist you is like trying to resist dying. It just gets harder the longer I hold out. *** Read more of my reviews and author interviews at: Nereyda @Mostly YA Book Obsessed http://BooksandSparkles.Blogspot.com ...more
The Goddess Test is a modern take on the Greek gods, specifically Hades, god of the underworld. In The Goddess Test, we meet Kate Winters. Her mother,The Goddess Test is a modern take on the Greek gods, specifically Hades, god of the underworld. In The Goddess Test, we meet Kate Winters. Her mother, who is ill with terminal cancer, has wished to go back to her hometown to spend her last remaining days. Kate reluctantly agrees and they pack their stuff and move from New York to their new home, Eden.
Everyone is Eden knows her mother and Kate can’t handle the pity looks. She puts up a mental wall around herself to keep everyone away and she plans to move back to New York once her mother dies. After must persistence (on his part), Kate befriends James, a quiet and sweet guy from her school. She also instantly makes an enemy out of Ava, the popular girl who thinks Kate is after her boyfriend Dylan. After Ava plays a prank on Kate that goes horribly wrong (Ava ends up dying) along comes Henry, who offers to save Ava’s life if she agrees to spend the winter in his house. Of course, Kate thinks Henry is crazy, but she is scared and desperate and she agrees. Henry brings Ava back to life and they end up becoming really good friends. Later, Henry visits Kate to take her up on her offer but Kate refuses. He then makes her an offer she can’t refuse. He will extend her mother’s life if she agrees to spend the winter at his house. Her mother has slipped into a coma and Kate fears she will not have a chance to say goodbye to her, so she agrees.
Once there, Henry explains to Kate that he is actually Hades, god of the underworld and he wants her to take a series of test to become his queen and save his life. Even though these tests can kill her, Kate agrees in order to give her mother more time. But not everything at Eden is what it seems. For one, the entire staff is actually dead and someone is trying to kill her to make sure she doesn’t become queen.
Unfortunately, there is not much more I can say about the story without giving away spoilers. All I can say is that there are some MAJOR (at least for me) surprises and plenty of twist and turns!
Even though Henry was at (most) times cold and distant, you can tell her really cared about Kate and he really grew on me. So did James! (I don’t know what is it with me, I usually HATE love triangles but I have been finding myself more and more torn over love triangles and find myself rooting for both guys) I loved the rest of the characters too. (Again, can’t say much more because of spoilers) I can’t wait to find out what happens between Kate and Henry in Goddess Interrupted!
4 out of 5 sparkly stars!
Some of my favorite non-spoiler quotes from The Goddess Test: -I felt a cold block of ice form in the bottom of my stomach. So my only choices now were to live forever or die trying. Somehow it didn’t seem fair.
-“Like Zeus and stuff?” said Ava from her spot on my bed. “The lightning bolt guy?”
-I searched for any trace of the Henry I’d kissed the night before, but he was no longer there. A very large part of me was relieved this cold shell wasn't someone I wanted to fall for. But another part wondered which one was really him.
-“I thought you did not wish to act as my wife?” I made a face. “There are steps between friend and a wife, you know. I mean, I know you're ancient and all, but you must have at least heard of dating.”
- “I care," he said in a trembling voice. "I care so much that I do not know how to tell you without it seeming inconsequential compared to how I feel. Even if I am distant at times and seem as if I do not want to be with you, it is only because this scares me, too.”
- “Maybe you'll win when hell freezes over." He raised an eyebrow. "That could be easily arranged.” *** Read more of my reviews, author interviews and giveaways at: Nereyda @Mostly YA Book Obsessed http://BooksandSparkles.Blogspot.com...more
***ARC provided by Random House for review*** I have to admit that I was in a bit of a Dystopia slump, but Starters is such a unique story that it too***ARC provided by Random House for review*** I have to admit that I was in a bit of a Dystopia slump, but Starters is such a unique story that it took me right out of my funk! Set in a futuristic, post apocalyptic world, a year after a spore virus wiped out everyone who couldn't get the vaccine (only children and the elderly were able to get the vaccine). As a result, most teens, referred to as Starters, are living on the streets without parents or family. Thanks to modern science, the life span of the elders, referred to as Enders, can be extended up to 200-something years. Starters are not allowed to vote or have a job and some are even taken in to institutions.
Callie, a 16-year old, who lost her parents to the virus, is now living in the streets fighting for food and shelter and taking care of her 7-year old ill brother, Tyler, and her friend Michael. She hears about a company called Prime Destinations, who rent out teen bodies to Enders. Lure by the promise of enough money to be able to have a place to live and to provide for her brother and Michael, Callie agrees to be a renter. Her first two sessions go off without a hitch, but during the last session, due to a chip malfunction, she wakes up in the life of Helena, the Ender who was using her body.
Callie is still somehow connected to Helena, who warns her not to return to Prime Destinations. Callie is sucked into Helena's world; money, big house, expensive clothes and hanging out with other Enders who are using teen bodies. Soon, Callie learns that Helena plans on using her body to commit murder. Even worse, Callie keeps blacking out and during those moments Helena is in control. Can Callie figure out a way to stop Helena in time and will she want to once she finds out what Prime Destinations is doing?
As I said, Starters is one of the most unique, creepiest (in a total good way) stories that will instantly captivate you and suck you in. Callie was a wonderful protagonist, who took care of the people she loves and isn't afraid to go after what she believes in. Even though he didn't come out as much, I really like Callie's friend Michael and I hope we get to read much more about him in Enders. I wasn't a big fan of Blake and I'm curious to see how he and Callie will interact in future books. The Enders were incredibly creepy with the "Old Man" being the creepiest of all.
Lissa Price had created a wonderful world in Starters and I can't wait to see where she will take the story in the next book, Enders. Starters ends with a cliffhanger that will only leave you with more unanswered questions. Although I'm not too crazy about the cover, I have to say that the actual book has a great silver finish that makes the cover so much better. Old people renting out teen bodies? This story would make an amazing movie!
4.5 out of 5 sparkly stars!
Some of my favorite non-spoiler quotes from Starters: -Hearing his words made it all too real. Creepy old Enders with arthritic limbs taking over this teen's body for a week, living inside his skin. It made my stomach flip. I wanted to bolt, but one thought kept me there. Tyler.
-The housekeeper had mentioned vitamins. Interesting that my renter was so keen on taking care of a temporary body.
-Did Cinderella ever consider fessing up to the prince, that night she was enjoying herself in the fancy ball gown? Did she ever think of telling him, oh, by the way, Prince, the coach isn't mine, I'm really a filthy little barefoot servant on borrowed time? No. She took her moment. And then went quietly away after midnight.
-I wasn't sure how I should act. What to say, what not to. It was scary when you didn't know what your body had been doing without you.
-I grinned. Last time this had happened, I had been terrified. But finding out you're supposed to be an assassin puts everything else in perspective. *** Check out my blog to read more of my reviews and check back this month for an interview with Lissa Price! Nereyda @Mostly YA Book Obsessed http://BooksandSparkles.Blogspot.com...more
***ARC received by St. Martin’s Griffin for review*** “We’ll make it through this,” he insisted. “You and me, we’re stronger than Hell. Love always
***ARC received by St. Martin’s Griffin for review*** “We’ll make it through this,” he insisted. “You and me, we’re stronger than Hell. Love always is.”
I just realized that this is only the 4th series that I have finished reading. (Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead, Succubus Blues by Richelle Mead and the Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer are the other 3 series I have finished) It’s very hard to write a review for this book because a) This is the last book in the series and it’s hard not to include spoilers from previous books and b) I’m so upset that this is the last Demon Trappers book! No more Beck and Riley! Over the past 5 years, I have started reading series and for one reason or another I don’t continue with it. When I started reading The Demon Trapper’s Daughter a couple of years ago, I knew right away that this was a series that would become one of my favorites. With one of the most unique settings that I have read, the world of The Demon Trappers sucks you in and keeps you hooked!
(Spoilers for the first 3 books in this next paragraph, skip to next paragraph if you haven’t read the previous books in this series) After the epic battle in the cemetery where many trappers’s lost their lives, Riley had no choice but to trade her soul in order to save the world. But one good thing came out of all of that. Beck finally admitted his feelings to Riley and they shared a hot kiss that we have all been desperately waiting for. But now that the battle is over and things are back to semi-normal, Beck’s ex Justine is digging up in his past. He has many skeletons in his past that he doesn’t want Riley to know about. So, he goes back to treating her like a little kid and pushing her away. I was as frustrated as Riley about this but after losing so many people she loves, she is not giving up on Beck and she is fighting for him. This turns out to be her biggest battle yet. When she is sent to accompany Beck to his hometown to spend time with his dying mom, she knows that this trip will either bring them together or drive them apart for good. Meanwhile, back in Atlanta, the Fallen Angel Ori, who owns Riley’s soul (literally) is getting ready to go up against Hell in order to save Riley. But what will happen to her soul if he dies?
(Spoilers over, safe to continue reading) There is so much I love about this series, Riley and Beck being the top reasons of course. Riley is such a strong character. She is the only demon trapper and she never gave up no matter how hard it was on her. Even after losing people she loves, she is determined to keep living and not let Hell have her soul. And she refuses to give up on Beck even though he pushes her away. Plus, she kicks major demon butt! Backwoods Boy has always been one of my favorite guy characters. He’s a tough guy with a very hard childhood and he doesn’t let people get close to him, except for Riley’s dad who was his mentor. He has always had feelings for Riley but thought she would be better off without him. Plus, she is his master trapper’s daughter and is a couple of years younger than him. But no matter how many times he pushes he away, he is always there for her when she needs him. In this book, we finally learn more about Beck’s troubled past and why he is so afraid for Riley to find out about it. The rest of the trappers are so well written, especially Stewart and I even ended up liking Harper. I also want to say how unique, creative and well thought-out the world Jana created is. How she came up with the different demons, their abilities and the spheres to fight them is pure genius! And Ori! I was never a fan of his and I especially hated him after what he did to Riley, but he managed to redeem himself in this book.
For all you Demon Trapper fans out there, this book is so worth it and it is the perfect ending to the series! (Although I still wish it weren’t over) We finally get everything we (or at least I) have been waiting for and then some! For those of you who have not yet read this series, what are you waiting for? Demons, angels, fallen angels, Lucifer, Heaven, Hell, The Vatican, demon hunters and trappers, epic fighting scenes and one heck of a love story, The Demon Trappers series has it all!
5 out of 5 super sparkly stars!
Some of my favorite non-spoiler quotes from Foretold: -Just when they’d grown so close, something in his past had caused him to push her away. This time Riley wasn’t going quietly, not when she knew she loved the guy.
-If he truly loved her, he’d be there for her. If he couldn’t deal… Hell might as well take me now.
-She wasn’t in hell yet. She still had time to live.
-The angel may own your soul, but he doesn’t own your heart. I will not let him hurt you ever again. I will kill him first or I’ll die trying.
-She cut off his final words with a kiss, one nearly as possessive and needy as the one she’d given him at the bus station. He wrapped his arms around her and pulled her tightly against him. *** Read more of my reviews at: www.MostlyYABookObsessed.com