Thursday, July 23, 2015

Review: Into A Million Pieces by Angela V Cook

Into A Million Pieces
Angela V Cook
Young Adult Fantasy
January 27th 2015


Allison McKready is a succubus. So is her twin sister. But while Allison spends her summer break hiding in the library behind her Goth makeup, Jade fools around as often as she can. Allison can’t believe Jade would ignore their mother’s fatal example so recklessly, but concealing a cursed bloodline and its dangerous effects is far from Allison’s only problem. Mean girl Julie’s snob mob is determined to ruin her summer, and Aunt Sarah’s Bible thumping is getting louder. Only her new friend, Ren Fisher, offers safe haven from the chaos of her life.

When one of Jade’s risky dates leads to humiliation and sudden tragedy, Allison reels, and Ren catches her. But as her feelings for him grow, so does her fear that she’ll hurt him—or worse—in an unguarded moment. The choice is coming—love him or save him—but Allison might not live to make it. One way or another, the curse will have its due.

My Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

My Review:

I loved this book! The characters were brilliantly written and well thought out. The setting was eye catching and described quite well. The plot had me biting my nails and kept me flipping the pages well into the morning.

Allison was sweet and adorable! I felt terrible for her. Especially when she was the target of some very mean girls. I thought her relationship with her sister, Jade, was well played out and I loved the tension.

Ren was totally swoon worthy and I was rooting for Ren and Allison to be together forever!

I loved the succubus aspect and how that was introduced into the story. Jade acts as if it's a gift while Allison acts as if it's a curse. They both learn what being a succubus means and what's right and wrong.

1 comment:

  1. I have never been a huge fan of the typical romance novels, but this one sounds rather interesting. I love the succubus aspect as well! I just may have to pick this one up; great review!
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