Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Fun little read

TITLE: Willow (Blood Vine Series)
AUTHOR: Amy Richie 
PRINT LENGTH: 276 pages
PUBLISHED: Augustl 24, 2012
RATING: Young Adult
GENRE: Paranormal
“Being a werewolf is harder than it looks. Everyone thinks it’s just morph at the full moon, kill, morph back. That’s not true. It’s a lot harder than that. Especially if you are seventeen years old.”

Willow has the worst luck. First she has to deal with her narcissistic foster mother, Bella; then of course there’s her horrid little sister Ivy; not to mention the pack of werewolves that belong to Bella. Now, they have to move and start a new school - again.

Just when Willow thinks things can’t get any worse, Blake shows up from a council she never knew existed to name her leader of a pack she never knew existed. How was she supposed to teach a bunch of teenagers how to be wolves when she herself hated everything about her life?

Now this book is a great little read. It is 276 pages of non-stop fun. By the time I had finished reading the first chapter I just had to keep reading and before I knew it poof it was done.
I won’t go into ANY story details other than what the blurb says. Willow is a werewolf, and an unhappy one at that. She didn’t want to move, she doesn’t want a pack of her own and she sure doesn’t want to be a werewolf at all.  This book is a definite coming of age story. Willow discovers that not only does she enjoy being a wolf but that she likes being pack-leader. But this coming of age doesn’t come without quite a few bumps along the way.
The twists and turns the book take make you say okay what the heck, then when the story continues and shhhh can’t tell you but trust me you will go okay seriously are you really serious!
Personally I can say I loved the character of Willow, I mean who the heck wouldn’t want to be in charge of men and have them have to obey you? This story is a fun read and it’s very easy to follow. It’s great for the young adult or even younger or heck older too.  I for one will be waiting patiently for the next book in this fabulous series.
Details/Disclaimer: Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.

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