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When the creatures in her dark drawings come to life, Chelsea finds that the mysterious Geoff is the only person she can confide in. But she can't help wondering who she’s kissing: her tender confidant or the dangerous Byronic rebel bent on shocking his detached father. Starting over in the South Carolina Lowcountry is just what sixteen-year-old Chelsea needs. Unfortunately When the creatures in her dark drawings come to life, Chelsea finds that the mysterious Geoff is the only person she can confide in. But she can't help wondering who she’s kissing: her tender confidant or the dangerous Byronic rebel bent on shocking his detached father. Starting over in the South Carolina Lowcountry is just what sixteen-year-old Chelsea needs. Unfortunately, moving also means living with her mom's snobbish British novelist employer and his moody son Geoffrey. Knowing that her new home likely used to be a slave holding plantation doesn't make her feel any more at home. Troubled and reckless after his brother's mysterious death, Geoff often mimics his father’s literary favorite, Lord Byron, acting "mad, bad, and dangerous to know." She's determined to keep her distance and buries herself in her art, though the darkness of her drawings troubles her and others who see them. When people in the Gullah and Geechee community point out that she has been drawing Boo Hags and haints -powerful and terrifying creatures of local legend and superstition- she starts to wonder about her own heritage and her connection to the Sea Islands. She begins to question her own grasp on reality when it seems those creatures start making their way out of her drawings and into real life. It's clear that Geoff has some secrets of his own, but he might be the only person she can confide in. Chelsea must decide who she can trust, when nothing in the Lowcountry is what it seems.


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When the creatures in her dark drawings come to life, Chelsea finds that the mysterious Geoff is the only person she can confide in. But she can't help wondering who she’s kissing: her tender confidant or the dangerous Byronic rebel bent on shocking his detached father. Starting over in the South Carolina Lowcountry is just what sixteen-year-old Chelsea needs. Unfortunately When the creatures in her dark drawings come to life, Chelsea finds that the mysterious Geoff is the only person she can confide in. But she can't help wondering who she’s kissing: her tender confidant or the dangerous Byronic rebel bent on shocking his detached father. Starting over in the South Carolina Lowcountry is just what sixteen-year-old Chelsea needs. Unfortunately, moving also means living with her mom's snobbish British novelist employer and his moody son Geoffrey. Knowing that her new home likely used to be a slave holding plantation doesn't make her feel any more at home. Troubled and reckless after his brother's mysterious death, Geoff often mimics his father’s literary favorite, Lord Byron, acting "mad, bad, and dangerous to know." She's determined to keep her distance and buries herself in her art, though the darkness of her drawings troubles her and others who see them. When people in the Gullah and Geechee community point out that she has been drawing Boo Hags and haints -powerful and terrifying creatures of local legend and superstition- she starts to wonder about her own heritage and her connection to the Sea Islands. She begins to question her own grasp on reality when it seems those creatures start making their way out of her drawings and into real life. It's clear that Geoff has some secrets of his own, but he might be the only person she can confide in. Chelsea must decide who she can trust, when nothing in the Lowcountry is what it seems.

46 review for Byronic

  1. 5 out of 5

    Traci

    Byronic is a really interesting read, I loved the history and getting really into the Lowcountry culture. There are a lot of contrasts in this book, from Chelsea's mixed race heritage to Geoffrey's British upbringing, and both being uprooted from their birth places to this posh town in South Carolina. I love the spooky boo hags, and the whole air of mystery and the supernatural---I think this would make an excellent movie! Sort of a Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil meets Beautiful Creatur Byronic is a really interesting read, I loved the history and getting really into the Lowcountry culture. There are a lot of contrasts in this book, from Chelsea's mixed race heritage to Geoffrey's British upbringing, and both being uprooted from their birth places to this posh town in South Carolina. I love the spooky boo hags, and the whole air of mystery and the supernatural---I think this would make an excellent movie! Sort of a Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil meets Beautiful Creatures, with creepy ghosts! I can't wait for the next one!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katelyn W

    I just have to say that I was and still am very excited about this book and the rest of the Prometheus Order series! I waited to read this book until after its release and it did not disappoint! Unique, fascinating, and just the right amount of creepy, Ms. Jones wrote a story that has all the elements of YA without the gratuitous clichés of the genre. There is so much awesome, I will consolidate my points to… well… bullet points. The Plot: This story is told from the POV (Point of View) of Chelse I just have to say that I was and still am very excited about this book and the rest of the Prometheus Order series! I waited to read this book until after its release and it did not disappoint! Unique, fascinating, and just the right amount of creepy, Ms. Jones wrote a story that has all the elements of YA without the gratuitous clichés of the genre. There is so much awesome, I will consolidate my points to… well… bullet points. The Plot: This story is told from the POV (Point of View) of Chelsea Rodgers, a teen girl from the Atlanta area who relocates to the Low Country of South Carolina with her mother. A writer by trade, Chelsea’s mom endeavors to help famed mystery author Ben Ramsey write his memoir. Living under the same roof as Ramsey and his rebellious teenage son, Geoffrey, Chelsea is immersed in local culture and superstition. It’s all a nice little relocation story until Chelsea begins to draw horrifying creatures and grotesque images that she cannot explain. It is only when she consults Anita, a local artisan, that the drawings begin to make sense. The plot line of this story is one of its greatest strengths. It is complex without being convoluted, lacks plot holes, and just kept me reading up to the very end. If Jones continues the series with the same solid plotting, it should be great. The Setting: Completely stole the show. Throughout the entire book, I never had a moment where I wanted to get away. This book makes me want to visit South Carolina. All the mysticism, the superstitions, the local culture really were perfect for this Southern Gothic tale. The Pacing: A fairly solid pace that sped up toward the end (not a bad thing). The pacing of this book was perfect for the story Jones was trying to write. When the action came to a head towards the end, I was excited to see what would happen, compliments of the great pacing. Characterization: standard YA characters that grow in uniqueness throughout the course of the story. The heroine, Chelsea, fits the mold at first but then grows on you more and more, making you really root for her once she takes action and has to fight against the evil supernatural forces at work. Geoff is a hottie! While he does follows certain romantic love interest tropes, the reason behind his fulfillment of these tropes is unique and interesting. There is a method to the madness and he grew on me despite my initial reservations. Overall, I really enjoyed the characters that populated this world. This book was a joy to read and any qualms that I had throughout the course of the story fell by the way side. In fact, I cannot really think of a glaring problem that unsettled me enough to mention it. The romance of this story was a bit of a roller coaster ride but really, it was meant to be just that. How else would an anti-hero (Byronic :)) character and a girl who has her own issues forge a bond that is worth fighting for? Generally speaking, this book was a great read. Many praises to Sandi Beth Jones and a request, if I may: please write a great sequel! I am on the edge of my seat for the next one. Copy provided by a friend!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rich in Color

    Review copy: Digital ARC from publisher If you’re a fan of gothic-style novels—you know, the ones with big mansions, suspicious deaths, a love interest that might be just as sinister/evil as he is sexy, and lots of disturbing things everywhere—Byronic is the summer book for you, especially if you’re looking for more biracial heroines to add to your bookshelf. Sandi Beth Jones modernized some of my favorite gothic tropes, set them in South Carolina, and explored Gullah folklore, which I wasn’t fam Review copy: Digital ARC from publisher If you’re a fan of gothic-style novels—you know, the ones with big mansions, suspicious deaths, a love interest that might be just as sinister/evil as he is sexy, and lots of disturbing things everywhere—Byronic is the summer book for you, especially if you’re looking for more biracial heroines to add to your bookshelf. Sandi Beth Jones modernized some of my favorite gothic tropes, set them in South Carolina, and explored Gullah folklore, which I wasn’t familiar with at all. Chelsea was a fun heroine, and Jones did a good job of establishing a distinct, memorable voice for her. In fact, one of the things I liked best were the little details Chelsea noticed—not surprising, considering her talent with art—like color and light and how things were framed. There were a lot of rich descriptions, and some of my favorite ones had to do with the supernatural goings on. Any scene involving the Boo Hags or haints had great sensory descriptions. Chelsea might not always know what was going on, but she was almost always a person of action, and I appreciated it. Geoff was slower to win me over, and it wasn’t until he and Chelsea got on the same page that I started to root for him as a love interest. Until then, he was interesting because of the mystery surrounding his brother’s death/disappearance and extremely contentious relationship with his father. Once he and Chelsea were firmly established as a team, I thoroughly enjoyed his character. Their romance was generally filled with respect, trust, and the giddy (and not-so-giddy) parts of high school dating. My chief complaint about the book was that I felt it took a little too long for the Boo Hag to become an integral part of the story. While I appreciate that the slow realization that Things Are Not All Right is an important aspect of gothic novels, I honestly wanted more horror and less high school. (Mr. Ramsey’s plotline also felt like it was introduced a little late, though it was a great way to make me hate him even more than I already did.) I wish Jones had spent more time exploring Chelsea’s powers and the haints in particular, but I suppose that’s what sequels are meant for. Nevertheless, whenever the supernatural came into play, it took center stage. One thing to note: I felt a little uncomfortable, at times, with how Chelsea talked about her father’s schizophrenia, Geoff being on medication, or her worries about the troublesome things she started seeing. I am not educated enough on these topics to do anything other than point out my unease. Recommendation: Get it soon, if gothic YA books are your thing. It’s a fun ride, and while the pacing wasn’t always to my liking, the memorable characters, setting, and supernatural elements made up for it. The romance was a slower build, but Chelsea and Geoff were a great pair. I’m looking forward to further books in the series! Review originally posted at Rich in Color http://richincolor.com/2014/06/review...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bryce

    *I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.* I WANT MORE!!!! The end of this book defiantly made me anxious for the next one... I can't wait! This book is amazing. The story is so well developed and unpredictable; it left me sitting on the edge of my seat, wondering what would happen next. The MC, Chelsea, is a very interesting character. She's always been kind of a loner (which I can relate to), and her family is not exactly on the "normal" side of things. She's an arti *I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.* I WANT MORE!!!! The end of this book defiantly made me anxious for the next one... I can't wait! This book is amazing. The story is so well developed and unpredictable; it left me sitting on the edge of my seat, wondering what would happen next. The MC, Chelsea, is a very interesting character. She's always been kind of a loner (which I can relate to), and her family is not exactly on the "normal" side of things. She's an artist, and I found it fascinating to see things through her eyes. Then there's Geoff. At first, I was a little sceptic of his character. He is very standoffish and secretive almost the entire book. He doesn't really open up to Chelsea until towards the end of the book. It wasn't until then that I really started liking him. As for the whole story, I like the paranormal, supernatural aspect of this book. It's a little different than what I'm used to, but I really enjoyed it. There are a couple things that I don't particularly like about this book. One is Chelsea and Geoff's first kiss. There's only one word to describe it: anticlimactic. I don't want to spoil anything, but I was just really surprised when it happened. It left me thinking, Did that really just happen? Did I miss something?? It just felt off and kind of out of place, and I was really disappointed that I waited the entire book for such a meager kiss. The other is the cover and the title. First off, the cover looks like a guy walking down a dock. The dock part kinda makes sense because they live near the ocean, but why is there a man? The book is from the POV of a young girl, so it doesn't make any sense for a boy to be on the cover. As for the title, "Byronic" refers to Geoff's personality. While Geoff is an important part of the story, the story isn't centered around him. It's about Chelsea. I just find it weird that both the cover and the title are so misleading, as they indicate the story is about Geoff. Excluding these minor problems, I found this book extremely entertaining a definitely worth the read. If you liked The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, then I would recommend this book to you!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Olivia-Savannah

    *Thank you to YA Book Bound for sending me a copy for review* I will admit, I didn’t start this story with incredibly high hopes. I thought it was going to be an okay read, but I turned out to enjoy it a lot more than I thought I would. I do believe it is hard to make books creepy. There are a few books that do it for me like Dying for a Living by Kory M. Shrum and some others, but it is something hard to bring across in a book. But this book, this introduced me to haints and boo hags – ghosts an *Thank you to YA Book Bound for sending me a copy for review* I will admit, I didn’t start this story with incredibly high hopes. I thought it was going to be an okay read, but I turned out to enjoy it a lot more than I thought I would. I do believe it is hard to make books creepy. There are a few books that do it for me like Dying for a Living by Kory M. Shrum and some others, but it is something hard to bring across in a book. But this book, this introduced me to haints and boo hags – ghosts and ghouls I had never heard of before. As well as that, it was just plain creepy! You could never tell what the creatures would do next and when Chelsea’s friend goes missing and she understands something about her drawings it became nicely creepy. I couldn't stop reading! I loved Chelsea as a main character. She had just the amount of attitude needed, and she was a good girl but she knew when to go about doing her own thing and she always chose the logical action to what she wanted to do. An artist, she admires the scenery around her, and is a good friend to have. She sounded like someone I would like to be friends with, and that made me happy. Geoffrey was a good love interest, and I liked the fact that his mood was constantly changing so Chelsea was often confused about where they were; friends, more or not friends at all? I felt like the feelings that sprang between them happened a bit fast and I was surprised when that element was thrown in so early, but otherwise it was all good. Another character that has earned a worthy mention is Lewis. Geoff’s best friend and a character written beautifully. But don’t think this book is all about the creepiness. There are underlying themes of friendship, betrayal and family as well. Chelsea’s parents are divorced and her father also has schizophrenia, even if he doesn’t live with them anymore. It was interesting to see the parts where that was brought up. I can’t wait to read the sequel of this book! http://olivia-savannah.blogspot.nl/20...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Faye

    Byronic is actually a pretty interesting with it's kind of dark and mysterious theme. I forgot that this genre had a supernatural theme to it because the beginning was pretty normal but then the story starts to really pick up with the weird things going on around. The mysteries that Chelsea's experiencing and of course there's the mysterious Geoff. The relationship between Chelsea and Geoff was kind of complex and don't get me started with their parents' relationship. Chelsea like her father is Byronic is actually a pretty interesting with it's kind of dark and mysterious theme. I forgot that this genre had a supernatural theme to it because the beginning was pretty normal but then the story starts to really pick up with the weird things going on around. The mysteries that Chelsea's experiencing and of course there's the mysterious Geoff. The relationship between Chelsea and Geoff was kind of complex and don't get me started with their parents' relationship. Chelsea like her father is into arts but her art seems to be on a different level because she drew things that aren't possible (like the boohags and things she has never seen before). She also thought that she's like her father who seemed to be from the loony bin but then there are things that are happening around that can't be explained and she knows that Geoff's the only person she confide in. Her relationship with Geoff started off the wrong foot but later you can see their relationship developing quickly. I won't go into details about that because that would spoil it. Chelsea also was experiencing trouble in the adjustments she had to make since they moved. With her mother's co-writer, school, and the society. Apparently, Geoff's father was rather infamous. Back to the story at hand. There are some things that were explained and others not. I actually though this was a stand alone novel but it isn't. The ending may not be a terrible cliffhanger but it isn't an all out HEA. It makes you wonder if Geoff's older brother was still alive? And what Geoff's mother about someone not being happy if another situation occurs. Overall, it was an enjoyable read but just some parts was just a bit confusing. I can't wait for the next book and learn more about the secrets that weren't revealed yet. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Abby Reed

    When I read the summary of the book, I somehow missed the “Boo Hags and haints and terrifying creatures” line, focusing only on the connection to Lord Byron. So when the book started to take a turn for the creepy, I practically shrieked and shivered. I turned on all the lights and made sure my husband was in the room every time I cracked open the book. Definitely a winner to read this Halloween time of year. I absolutely loved the setting from the very first line. We’re shown the Lowcountry of Sou When I read the summary of the book, I somehow missed the “Boo Hags and haints and terrifying creatures” line, focusing only on the connection to Lord Byron. So when the book started to take a turn for the creepy, I practically shrieked and shivered. I turned on all the lights and made sure my husband was in the room every time I cracked open the book. Definitely a winner to read this Halloween time of year. I absolutely loved the setting from the very first line. We’re shown the Lowcountry of South Carolina, where mysticism and dark legends reigns. The setting cast such a great tone for the book, I don’t think any other place would’ve worked nearly as well. In terms of the characters, I really connected to Chelsea. She sounded like a normal teenager and could be pretty funny at times. I have a pretty strong artistic bent, so I understood how art can become something greater than we intended it. Though, I certainly don’t have her skill to draw the past. I could even root for Geoff as he fought for distance from his father. My favorite character has to be Geoff’s father. I love well written awful characters. He’s so obnoxious and you want to smack him and stuff Lord Byron’s poems down his throat. (Hmmm…maybe an idea for the sequel??) Moving on to the plot—well paced and didn’t have any plot holes. The plot takes an even creepier turn when Chelsea’s friend vanishes and the blame is landed on Chelsea. While the plot does tie in the end, it does set up for a sequel. Overall, I thought this was a well written book and spectacularly creepy and one I’d read again.

  8. 5 out of 5

    J. Nicole

    Byronic is dark, addictive, and not easily put down. I thoroughly enjoyed the reading experience and could not turn the pages fast enough. The novel combines a contemporary world with myth and lore and I couldn't get enough of it. The characters of Byronic are unique and well-developed. Chelsea is a great protagonist and an interesting voice. She's strong, but not stereotypical, and has a great personality. She always stayed true to her character, although I did feel that she reacted a bit simpl Byronic is dark, addictive, and not easily put down. I thoroughly enjoyed the reading experience and could not turn the pages fast enough. The novel combines a contemporary world with myth and lore and I couldn't get enough of it. The characters of Byronic are unique and well-developed. Chelsea is a great protagonist and an interesting voice. She's strong, but not stereotypical, and has a great personality. She always stayed true to her character, although I did feel that she reacted a bit simply to drawing disturbing images that might just be something more than a figment of her imagination. In addition, I loved the parallels between Geoff and Lord Byron. It allowed for a dark and brooding exterior personality that can be seen in a variety of stories to be unique and unforgettable. Of course, in my humble opinion, the real shining stars of the novel were the creatures of legend. Yep. I'm on Team Boo Hags and haints on this one. Okay, so maybe I shouldn't quite word it as such, but I did love the concept of the creatures. If you're anything like me as a reader, you fall head over heels for a good example of lore and legend. Well, you won't be disappointed in this novel, which not only has supernatural creatures, but slowly introduces them through a different medium: art. (Yes, it's as awesome as it sounds.) Byronic really did not have many slow points at all. I was able to devour the novel in about one sitting. If anything, I would have liked to see a bit more of the past. Not all the questions were answered, sure, but that just allows room for more. (No complaints there.) I really enjoyed the read, and recommend the novel to anyone interested.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Paula Phillips

    Chelsea's mother is a writer and now they have moved to the south in LowCountry Carolina as her mother has been asked to write the memoirs of a reclusive author Ben Randall. This means of course that Chelsea has been dragged along and has to start a new school where she doesn't know anyone. When I saw this book , I knew I had to read it as I am in love with the whole Byronic Hero Complex - the complex that made us characters like Edward Rochester, Mr Darcy, Heathcliff , Edward Cullen and of cour Chelsea's mother is a writer and now they have moved to the south in LowCountry Carolina as her mother has been asked to write the memoirs of a reclusive author Ben Randall. This means of course that Chelsea has been dragged along and has to start a new school where she doesn't know anyone. When I saw this book , I knew I had to read it as I am in love with the whole Byronic Hero Complex - the complex that made us characters like Edward Rochester, Mr Darcy, Heathcliff , Edward Cullen and of course the now popular Christian Grey. The book though started off pretty normal but then weird things started happening and it seemed as somebody or someone wanted to get rid of Chelsea. From this part on, the novel got quite confusing but was still a good read as I wondered was it the ghost of Ben's eldest son George or was George really alive ? Was Chelsea making these things happen and going crazy like her dad was ? Or did Chelsea have a gift that enabled her to draw things of the past ? The novel continues with Chelsea discovering the truth of what happened with the Randall family and then her best friend Stella from school goes missing and the blame is put on Chelsea . How is Chelsea connected to this all and if evil spirits are at play, then what do they want with her ? If you love spooky novels with supernatural and paranormal twists or love the TV show Supernatural , then you will enjoy Byronic by Sandi Beth Jones.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Hearon

    I've been fortunate to be able to read this book before its public release. It's definitely one you'll want to put on your bookshelves! Lord Byron has long been one of my favorites--the most intriguing of the Romantics. Ms. Jones has done an amazing job of combining the elements of a Byronic hero into a contemporary, paranormal theme. Her writing is superb--it flows swiftly and pulls the reader into the haunting plot, which is as chilling and murky as the backwater of the Low Country setting. Cr I've been fortunate to be able to read this book before its public release. It's definitely one you'll want to put on your bookshelves! Lord Byron has long been one of my favorites--the most intriguing of the Romantics. Ms. Jones has done an amazing job of combining the elements of a Byronic hero into a contemporary, paranormal theme. Her writing is superb--it flows swiftly and pulls the reader into the haunting plot, which is as chilling and murky as the backwater of the Low Country setting. Creepy, fun, and a shattering climax--this one has it all!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    Alright, so I borrowed this book from a friend and she told me I needed to give an honest review. The story itself was a good idea. A girl who can draw the past and see things that people can't really see. I'm a graphic designer and a long time artist so this spoke to me in a way some books don't just because I love reading about other artists. So needless to say, I liked the concept. The characters were simply developed, which can be good and bad. People like making an image in their mind about Alright, so I borrowed this book from a friend and she told me I needed to give an honest review. The story itself was a good idea. A girl who can draw the past and see things that people can't really see. I'm a graphic designer and a long time artist so this spoke to me in a way some books don't just because I love reading about other artists. So needless to say, I liked the concept. The characters were simply developed, which can be good and bad. People like making an image in their mind about the characters so they can make more of a personal connection with them. There were some things that I learned over time. Either I was very unobservant at some point but I found out the family was African American almost at the end. I still don't even know if I was right about that. The story was jumpy at points. the concept of time was rather nonexistent. Sometimes it was distracting but she always seems to pull it together at some point. I also had a hard time with her use of words that were unnecessary such as skidaddled. It wasn't a spoken word but an actual describing word. I understand that might be her voice but it isn't necessary in my eyes. I also don't seem to get the concept of the incest relationship that is going to continue after the end of the book. That's just weird. I mean I understand how they started it before the knowledge of their parents was in the light but the book made it seem like Geoff already knew this was going to happen... I'm just weird I guess. Otherwise the story itself was interesting.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kattie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from YA Bound Book Tours! This book is about Chelsea who moves with her mother to her mom's new employer's home. Her mom is a writer, and will be working on a memoir for Ben, a famous mystery author. Chelsea is reluctant to live in the plantation home in the south, due to her mixed heritage. She also does not want to have to live with Ben's son Geoff who almost killed her and her mother upon arrival in an almost car crash. She also l I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review from YA Bound Book Tours! This book is about Chelsea who moves with her mother to her mom's new employer's home. Her mom is a writer, and will be working on a memoir for Ben, a famous mystery author. Chelsea is reluctant to live in the plantation home in the south, due to her mixed heritage. She also does not want to have to live with Ben's son Geoff who almost killed her and her mother upon arrival in an almost car crash. She also learns that she will have to attend a stuck-up private school, when all she wants to do is go to public school, and draw. Strange things start happening to Chelsea, and the book keeps you guessing. Is she going crazy like her father? Is Geoff playing mean tricks on her? Is George (Geoff's supposedly dead brother) still alive or is it his ghost? I probably won't read book 2, because I didn't like the ending to this book. I did enjoy the story overall, and I loved the characters! see my longer review on November 13th at www.vivacioushobo.com

  13. 5 out of 5

    Abbey

    Byronic is like nothing i'v read before . So that was good. The story was new. I had hard time towards the end with it dragging little. The characters were really well developed . Very paranormal . I felt that I was missing a little in some places. I did love how the author used quotes from old and famous writers to begin ever chapter and tied it into the book. Not exactly my taste. However I liked it was new and a story was worth finishing. Byronic is like nothing i'v read before . So that was good. The story was new. I had hard time towards the end with it dragging little. The characters were really well developed . Very paranormal . I felt that I was missing a little in some places. I did love how the author used quotes from old and famous writers to begin ever chapter and tied it into the book. Not exactly my taste. However I liked it was new and a story was worth finishing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Leonor Martinez

    2/5

  15. 5 out of 5

    Cassidie

    Review to come.

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    Tina

  17. 5 out of 5

    Angela Campbell

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kyla Hoffman

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dare Laurent

  21. 5 out of 5

    Audrey Gonzalez

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tina

  23. 5 out of 5

    T.A. Brock

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brinda

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia D'Alba

  26. 5 out of 5

    Erica

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sandi Jones

  28. 4 out of 5

    Beppe DM

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nykki Mills

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mari

  31. 5 out of 5

    Summer

  32. 5 out of 5

    Margaret

  33. 5 out of 5

    Medeia Sharif

  34. 4 out of 5

    Lucia

  35. 5 out of 5

    Jen

  36. 5 out of 5

    Literati Literature Lovers

  37. 5 out of 5

    Sami Sayed

  38. 4 out of 5

    Toni

  39. 5 out of 5

    Elena R.

  40. 4 out of 5

    ZARIA (Sheldon Cooper lover)

  41. 5 out of 5

    Erin Anderson

  42. 4 out of 5

    Adylure

  43. 5 out of 5

    Frederick Rotzien

  44. 5 out of 5

    Callie

  45. 5 out of 5

    Vykki

  46. 5 out of 5

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