Like most teenagers, Rouge is trying to figure out who she is and what she wants to be. With little knowledge about her past, she has questions but has never tried to find the answers. Everything changes when she befriends a strangely intoxicating family. Siblings Grace and Michael, appear to have secrets which seem connected to Rouge. Her hunch is confirmed when a horrible incident occurs at an outdoor party. Rouge may be the only one who can find the answer.
An ancient journal, a Sioghra necklace and a special mark force life-altering decisions for a girl who grew up unprepared to fight for her life or others.
All secrets have a cost and Rouge's determination to find the truth can only lead to trouble....or something even more sinister.
*Warning: There are werewolves in this story... and they are not friendly.*
** Warning #2: This book will end on a cliffhanger. Book 2 picks up where this book ends.**
©2014 Wanita May (P)2014 Wanita May
The story lacked information and depth. Everything was thrown at you right out of the gate.
A gradual start and more information.
Pleasant. Non-diverse. Unchanging.
Not for me.
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The story is good. I liked the characters. The story was very interesting. I just wished the book was not split into 2 parts.
I found the narrator to be very very annoying sounding. She is able to do different voices but listening to some of them is a bad as finger nails on a chalkboard. God awful.
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This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.
First off I did love this book. The story is great. It is different than the stories I am used to. I was surprised this what the supernatural creatures are. Never heard of them being used this way before. The story keeps moving and doesn't bore you.
The narrator, Chloe Golden, is great. She really has emotion where it needs to be. Doesn't just read like a robot like some narrators I have heard. That can really kill a good book for me.
The only complaint I would have is if parts 1 and 2 are separate "books" and if they need to be purchased separately. Because in my opinion they are one book together. They are not separate books. Then it would not be worth the money. If they are not combined then each one is only a short story. Combined they make a great book.
This audiobook was a rather good story and you will enjoy reading/ listening to it. It ends abruptly but just makes you want tthe next book. It is too short though.
I would semi recommend this, caveating the cliffhanger. It was nice, but seemed incomplete. The narrator was great,
I dislike cliffhangers, so I was not very happy, but because the 2nd book is out, that is the saving grace. I'll also say that I generally don't like YA books, and by "generally don't" I mean "not at all" but I did enjoy this. And I'll add that part 2 does get better so it does make the ending worth it.
Chloe just sounded... "right" if that makes sense. I laughed, and she seemed to have the perfect YA inflection. She even sounded flippant at times, which was awesome as it really added to the experience.
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