Thursday, January 2, 2014

Twisted Memories by Colee Firman

Title:  Twisted Memories
Series:  Unbinding Fate #4
Author:  Colee Firman
Published:  November 29th 2013
Length:  364pgs
Format:  ebook
Genre:  paranormal romance
Shelf:  review
Rating:  ★★★★★

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Something is coming. A dangerous foe is lurking in the shadows. Watching and whispering in the darkness. Searching for a way to unravel the greatest mystery they’ve ever known. Grasping for that one shred of proof that will spin centuries of rumors into the truth. It’s a threat that can’t be controlled or contained by the Akori’s powers—it will be the greatest enemy they’ve ever faced.

The humans.

When Addy discovers Tanner is in danger, thrusting him back into the life Oric stole from him—the life he was supposed to be living with her, is the only way to protect him. With the truth just under the surface of every lie she tells, Addy prepares herself to lose Tanner all over again to save him.


My Review:

What an amazing novel. Firman picks up this instalment of her series with the same smooth writing style and solid storyline that we’ve come to know and love from her. Her amazing descriptions show off her world in vivid clarity. I love how she makes this story seem so plausible. I really feel as if it was happening right next door. I was so caught up in the story that I couldn’t put it down, even for a second.

Although the characters in this series were quite well developed walking into this novel they continue to grow as individuals. I appreciate how they don’t remain static. They are realistic, even in their powers. I fully admit that there were times when I wanted to yell at some of the characters, but at the same time their actions were exactly what you would have expected from them.

This instalment in the series broke my heart and made me laugh in equal measures. It was a brilliant addition to the series and definitely left me aching for more.

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