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Seraphina is pretty sure that not making a wish before her candles went out on her sixteenth birthday is a bad omen... I can rationalize this by the fSeraphina is pretty sure that not making a wish before her candles went out on her sixteenth birthday is a bad omen... I can rationalize this by the fact that the candles almost set her on fire soon after and she sees the Lady in Black the very first time that night!
Happy freaking birthday!
One day after two weeks of horrific nightmares about the Lady in Black stalking her and setting her house on fire... There's an envelope for Seraphina containing nothing but a picture of a boy,
"His eyes were sparkling green, the color of a deep tropical ocean. A nest of thick, dark lashes surrounds them. His gaze speaks to me, even though I don't know him. He's beautiful on so many levels that I wonder if the picture is part of a dream, one infinitely better than what I've been having."
(Her attachment to this picture was haltingly creepy until it was explained LATER and I understood... just saying.)
I was still a bit confused as to what was going ON when things start happening and Sera is sent to live with her Aunt Mona and has to go to "school"... It's impossible to review this book and not give some things away... So I suppose I'll be a spoil sport here, because I'm sleepy and I still feel a bit all over the place!
Time travel... Well, I've never read a time travel book before this one- and honestly, I rather liked it! Max Bishop... Dude, be ready to SWOON, fall down and die happy! He is EPIC hot, sexy and sweet! Seraphina is sassy, funny and borderline ridiculous at times!
SOMETHING about this book just didn't 'click' with me, I can't pinpoint it exactly... It took me two weeks to finish it, even though it was a good read. Wander Dust is humorous, suspenseful, witty and exciting- and duh, has a GORGEOUS cover!!!
This was my favorite quote in the book... but I couldn't seem to stick it in there without going into a HUGE long review, so here you go:
"The first conversation the woman ever initiated with me was about lip gloss. Then she blew me away with her follow up discussion about her collection of garden gnomes." -about her Dad's girlfriend...more
Chase, my favorite demon hunter EVER, is back in the second installment of the Protector series. He’s back and totally freaking blowing my mind with EChase, my favorite demon hunter EVER, is back in the second installment of the Protector series. He’s back and totally freaking blowing my mind with EPICNESS!
Chase suffers a tragic loss at the hand of Riley… his FATHER, at the end of Exiled (you must read it to find out what it is!). He’s learning to cope with his sadness and anger- trying to control his newly discovered elements. Being emotional isn’t so ideal when you have fire and water literally at your command and they are fueled by your emotions…
Chase and Rayna are searching for clues as to what Serephina’s Ring (first book… So I won’t go into details…) does and WHY The Circle, every Underworlder and Riley would do almost ANYTHING to get their hands on it.
“This is just a dream, Chase, but I can still kill you.”
Rayna’s half-demon/shifter side is running rampant this time around, and she refuses to seek help outside Marcus and Chase, believing if they can’t help her then she’s doomed. But the Hollowlights (werecat shifters) have other plans and come to persuade Rayna to let them help her. If you’ve read Exiled, you can imagine what she told them to do with THAT idea.
SO many things happen in Shift, families are brought together… battles are fought, alliances are formed, living rooms are set aflame, and the Visceratti don’t take kindly to their slimy, snake-like Princess being slain…
“You do the trials and die. Or you refuse and I kill you.”
Chase is a hero’s hero… I LOVE him. He is brave, selfless, sweet, sarcastic, funny, unsure of himself… and willing to FIGHT for what he believes in. FIGHT for those he loves. FIGHT for the freedom of people who would sooner spit on him than look at him. Shift is a story about honor, and KNOWING you can BE who you need to be, even if you feel like you can’t.
Shift is hilarious, witty and amazingly addictive. And the characters… I LOVE them!!! EVERY character, from secondary ones like Tiki and Vincent to Rai (the freaking bird!) all have especially unique characteristics that make them so much fun to read and impossible to forget!
And I do believe that Vincent and I were separated at birth. Just sayin. Yeah, he’s SORT OF, definitely not the a GOOD guy… but he’s not horrible either. He’s just so stuck up and snobby, but incredibly hilarious and a little bit terrifying. See? I do believe I just described myself perfectly!
“My god you should have that… condition looked at. Just hearing your voice makes me want to rip off my own ears… or your throat.” ~Vincent (you can clearly see why he’s my fav! I can just imagine the look of pure snooty disdain on his perfect vampiric face!)
Shift is an adventure like you’ve never experienced and has battle scenes so well choreographed you’ll read them twice. Shift takes a hold of you and does not let you go until the LAST WORD! M.R. Merrick left me breathless… and DYING for MORE!
→ Read my CROWNED Review of Exiled (The Protector #1)
This means he’s two for two… AND tomorrow… M.R. Merrick and I have an EPIC surprise and an AMAZING giveaway for you guys!! So don’t miss it!...more