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Sovereign Hope (A Young Adult Paranormal Romance) Kindle Edition

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Length: 393 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Series: Hope (Book 1)

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About the Author

Frankie Rose is a British expat, who is currently enjoying the perks of living in Australia- her awesome husband, sunshine, and vitamin D. She spends her time creating fictional universes in which the guy sometimes gets the girl, the heros occasionally die, and the endings aren't always happy. But they usually are.

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  • File Size: 784 KB
  • Print Length: 393 pages
  • Publication Date: May 14, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008EFMPK6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,278 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Frankie Rose was born in Truro, Cornwall, but grew up in the north west of England. Now living in Australia with her wonderful husband, Frankie spends her time writing novels and scripts.

Among her guilty pleasures, she loves singing way too loud in the car with the windows down, dancing when she thinks no one is looking, and talking about herself in the third person. She really does like that.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 11, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
The opening scene of Sovereign Hope is a car chase. Yes! Action on the first page = brilliant. AND the car chase ends with a bang...and a fight. Just wow. This book sucked me right in from the first sentence. There's plenty of action throughout the story, but it slows down in all the right places, too. Bonus: there are even a few pretty creepy parts, and the romance is awesome.

Let's start with the romance. There is actual build-up to the romance in here! Unfortunately that is missing in most genres lately, but especially where Paranormal Romance is concerned. With this book there is a strained tension before Farley and Daniel slowly become friends. Sure, there's attraction, but neither of them act upon it (at least for a good while) because there's some magnetic pull forcing them upon each other. So refreshing. And, Daniel. *ahem* The gorgeous, tall, black-haired, green-eyed Daniel is my new book crush.

The relationship building in the entire book is excellent. We get to know the characters right alongside Farley with the perfect amount of dialogue versus monologue. Key scenes are present and unnecessary ones are left out. I could go on and on about how much I love the way this book is written. It's impeccable!

Which brings me to the pacing and the setting. The story slows down and speeds up in all the right places and I never once wanted to put the book down or rush through. It just flows smoothly from beginning to end. And the world building is incredible. Frankie knows when to show her cards before the reader becomes confused, impatient, or irritated.

The plot has obviously been well thought out, as has every other detail of this series. Speaking of series'...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kristin on July 6, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
My Thoughts:

First of all, a huge thank you to Frankie Rose who gave me the opportunity to read and review her book, which I am so glad that I did because I really enjoyed it. Sovereign Hope is one of those books that takes you on a journey an when you are done, you really feel like you have been on a crazy ride. My first impression was ooh, I love this cover and it really drew me in and got me interested in the book.

This story was definitely not like most of other YA reads out there I felt that the plot was something new and different, something we haven't seen before which was awesome and I was immediately captivated by the world that Frankie Rose was creating. The story jumps right into action from the very start. We meet our main character Farley Hope. Farley was just your average seventeen year old girl until her mother mysteriously disappeared one day by walking out of work and never returning, leaving Farley all on her own. I immediately knew that Farley was going to be one tough girl, she was completely on her own and she wasn't just going to let her mother's disappearance fall by the wayside. She was calling the police as much as possible and asking about her mother's case constantly making sure that anything new they found she would know about. But, Farley's whole entire life changes when she meets Daniel. Sitting in traffic in L.A. (which I have heard is horrible lol) driving to hang up missing posters of her mom, she is approached by a super hot guy (Daniel), who then proceeds to tell her she is being followed and she needs to go with him. Now, I don't know about you guys but, if I was in this situation I would think this guy was crazy, your mother had already disappeared and some stranger wants you to go with him, I don't think so.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Steph on July 6, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
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First of all, I have to thank author Frankie Rose for giving me the opportunity to read her debut novel a month early. This was so exciting for me; my first ever review request! I can't express enough how grateful I am for this opportunity. On the other hand, I do feel the need to say that the fact that I received a copy of this book for review did not influence my opinion on this book in any way, shape, or form. Therefore all opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone. Now that we've established that, I have to say that I completely and totally enjoyed Rose's debut novel, Sovereign Hope!

The story is told in third person, which I initially didn't like but later started to appreciate. I feel like this story is so complex and has so many unique characters that demand attention, so it makes sense for the story to be told this way because it really allows the reader to get into the heads of the main characters, especially Farley and Daniel. I loved Farley's headstrong personality and the passion that dictated her actions. She really is so strong and was the perfect heroine for this story. Her relationship with Daniel, who pretty much exemplifies the words `brooding' and `mysterious', was sweet and exciting to read about, especially because I really couldn't help but love Daniel. He puts on such a hard exterior through most of the book, but there are moments when cracks appear in that exterior and you get to see the vulnerable, caring side of him as well.
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