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But as of now, and I'm not saying this lightly either I am officially declaring Fear Me Not to be one of my top ten favorite reads of so far.
And let me tell you why that is. This is the story of Victoria. Not your average teen, more so a girl who's a little troubled, but really fierce.
She lives in a world where humans and aliens live For the sake of earning money, she's sent to a school to feed these aliens her Problem being, the certain person she's paired up to "feed" is a boy who both infuriates her and leaves her curious at the same time.
Wowzers But things are not what they seem, and Victoria learns way more than she should. Knowing too much isn't exactly safe for humans. Especially when some of those aliens are looking to use a human or two as ploys in their plans to destroy and conquer Earth.
I really have no words as to how much I loved and adored Fear Me Not. Wolf has a writing style that will enrapture you, keeping you so focused on the story itself that you will not want to let it go.
Even weeks after your done reading it. I am so happy was able to read this book, because my faith in this genre was seriously starting to lack.
After having been widowed so young, Mackenzie is emotionally out of control. Wanting nothing more than to waste her life away in the silence of her apartment doing nothing but eat.
The last thing she expects to ever find is love or create a family again at that. It only takes one car accident for her to realize that, in deed, life may have other plans for her after all.
Plans that include a road trip across country with a sexy band member and his crew. Really, though, what does she have to lose if she does this?
Having not read the other books in the series, I was quite surprised at how much I enjoyed The Luckiest. Granted each book is about a different set of characters and all, but still.
At first I was confused who the love interest for Mac would be. But thankfully that was short lived when Dean finally came into the picture.
But further, I grew to sympathize with her and really root for her to find a happily ever after in the end. Dean was a great guy. Super sweet and sexy.
A tattooed boy who rode a motorcycle and had a heart of gold. He was good for Mac. Together, they blossomed as a couple and I enjoyed watching their love unfold.
Overall, The Luckiest was an easy read with definite heart. The Luckiest is definitely a recommended read by me. A little older in that New Adult age group, but filled with a relatable group of characters you will fall easily in love with.
The cage, signifying the entirety of the 'pet aspect,' to the blue dress too. It's all together eye catching and stunning, drawing me in, leaving me wondering and more than curious.
I'll be honest, though. The premise freaked me out. But alas, I swiped that Kindle screen anyway and holy moly am I really glad I did.
This is the story of Ella. A young girl raised in a human 'kennel' strictly bred to be a human pet. The perfection of her beauty, to her manners, to her talents, Ella is exactly what certain wealthy people of society are looking for.
So at sixteen, Ella is sold off to a family with whom she thinks is amazing. This is what she's been trained for her entire life, and she knows no different.
But you know what they say about looks being deceiving and all Ella's there to be a playmate for this family's young daughter.
What she's not supposed to be, is the son's love interest. Nor is he supposed to be hers. But inside Ella's programmed heart lies a girl with feelings, a girl who unexpectedly falls in love.
But with that love comes trouble she has no idea how to deal with. Now's the time I'm supposed to talk about the characters, except, I really have no idea what to say about Ella.
From the beginning, she's not really anybody to me. No personality, no real emotions, a programmed person who is almost robot-esque.
It was the Ella after she met Penn that I truly started to feel for. Once she realized that life wasn't all sparkly rainbows and butterflies, I sort of wanted to steal her away, save her, jump into the pages and just shelter her from that creepy politician that was Penn's father.
She truly became alive to me, and although she wasn't fully developed into a character I loved by the end of the story, I was left with a sense of pride for the girl because by God, she ran A good guy with heart of gold who took Ella under his wing and protected her.
Their stolen moments together made me fall for him myself. And although I felt the love was a bit rushed, I believed it. Because when your young, love hits you like a brick when you least expect it.
That was a nice change for me when it comes to this particular genre of YA fiction. SOOO Truly, you really have no idea what's going to happen.
Like, no sense at all. That, to me, is the most frustrating thing an author can do to her readers But I forgive Ms. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
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