I received this book in exchange for an honest review and I feel kind of bad for the author that what I have for a review isn't much.
This book follows a fairy who had her wings cut off...for some reason that means she loses her magic so she decides to go live in the human world.
I don't know what else to say about the book...It just didn't leave me with any lasting impressions to share.
It was interesting, well written, and I will follow the series.
Favorite book(s) of the month: Kissed, Der Nachtzirkus, Love Letters to the Dead
Books started this month but haven't finished yet: War Kids (I just need a dose of unicorns and butterflies after every third chapter)
This month has been incredible for me. Mainly thanks to ebooks, but I'm really happy with the amount of books I read this month and also the quality of the stories that I read, cause there wasn't a single one that I didn't enjoy.
A few days back, I got an email through the mailing list of Ioana Visan, telling me, that the book was for free on amazon. So of course I had to go and get it, cause the cover was really intriguing.
Then I read the summary of the book. Guardian angel and Lucifer were the things that immediately caught my eyes. And now here we are. I read it today, it's a very short read with only 19 pages. But even tho it's that short, I still got really interested in the characters. And I also really like the whole concept of the story. So I really can't wait to read more of it.
I read the description and the title...this book doesn't fit any of the descriptions given.
Overall, I guess it wasn't a bad read for a YA vampire novella.
But, what is it with these authors? I mean, I just don't get it. Don't you want your title to match your book? Shouldn't your description explain what the book you are about to read is about?
Sigh...well, I read it and I don't plan on reading number two. This book was nothing but politics and a few parties and a whole lot of dialogue.
I guess it could get better, but this one doesn't make me want to stick around to find out.