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Owlet by Emma Michaels
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I received Owlet in return for an honest review as part of the book tour. Iris has dreamed about the island it’s her never never but she never dreamed it really existed. When out of the blue her father tells her that he’s sending her with Diana to an island Iris wonders if it’s her island. Iris doesn’t remember her mom she assumed that she died during childbirth but after arriving at the island her mother’s home she learns that she spent many years with her mother but doesn’t remember them.

It’s at the island that she meets Falcon and the past starts coming to her in the form of dreams. She also learns that there is more going on than she knew and everything she thought she knew was a lie. Iris shares a connection with Falcon and when he risks his life to save her things start to come to the surface. Iris’s life is in danger when they realize she exists will they be too late to save her?

I really liked Iris (Izzy) she’s an interesting character with a good heart. I felt sorry for her knowing that she’s spent her whole life living a lie but she handles it overall well. I wasn’t sure about the instant chemistry between Iris and Falcon but as their past starts to unfold it works.

I’ve had this book on my TBR forever and when the chance to be part of the tour came up I jumped at the chance. A fast paced paranormal romance that keeps the read on the edge of their seat till the very end. The characters are great I was able to connect with Iris she stole a little piece of my heart. I think the author did a great job creating an interesting story. I enjoyed the book my only complaint was that the novel felt a little rushed. So much happened so quickly I felt a little lost but as the book played out it all made sense. I look forward to checking out the rest of the series.
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01/14/2015 marked as: read

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