Let me tell you, Twisted was a monster to write. Take Aden Stone and the three souls trapped inside his head - each with an ability of their own, like predicting the future, raising the dead and possessing other human bodies--add in Victoria, a vampire princess who saved his life . . . only to possibly lose her own, as well as Mary Ann, a human far more powerful than the witches and fairies hunting her, and Riley, a sexy werewolf shapeshifter whose loyalties are about to be tested, and you've got an adventure that nearly killed me.
Okay, okay. Perhaps I'm exaggerating just a wee bit. But this book was difficult to write. There's a darkness inside of Aden, and that darkness is growing . . . overtaking him. He's becoming an indestructible vampire, while his girlfriend is becoming a vulnerable human. Talk about a cruel twist of fate! (Yes. I went there.)
On the other end of the spectrum, Mary Ann is on the run and dangerous to everyone she encounters. Riley is hot on her heels, and determined to protect this girl he's falling in love with. But. There's always a "but" with me, isn't there? Along the way, secrets are uncovered, old enemies resurface, and vicious battles are fought. And the outcome isn't what anyone expects.
Because I'm, what? Twisted. (Yep. I went there again.)
Here's a little teaser:
Aden took a menacing step toward her, then another. Victoria backed away slowly, trying not to be obvious in her cowardice. But he didn't stop coming, and she didn't stop retreating, and finally her back was pressed into a thick three trunk. She didn't know this Aden, and didn't know how he'd react to the things she did and said. Then he flattened his hands at her temples, his body brushing against hers and making her gasp, and she didn't know anything at all. He'd caged her in, surrounded her, becoming the center of her world.
"Do I have your attention?" he asked.
Wishing you all the best!
What if you defied fate . . .
This is book is like the terrible ending to a great television series or movie- you get so invested in the story line and the characters, and then you get to the end, and... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
It doesn't matter that Intertwined series books are actually very enjoyable, mostly original, and basically well written [Twisted is the least successful in the series. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. Nigg
First, I found tis series after reading showalters white rabbit series so I was eager to start a new series. Read morePublished 10 months ago by K. Bence
I know it is a young adult novel, but what it really is is a really well written story without the obligatory sex scenes. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Fran Aguilera
Purchased the series for youngest daughter. She loves the seriesPublished 13 months ago by Tammy Williams
Great book. I would.have enjoyed even more if I was a decade younger. Even though it is targeted for a younger generation I still enjoyed and read all three.Published 19 months ago by Andrea Rabbiosi
OMG. OMFG! That's what I had to say after finish Gena Showalter's Twisted! It is a doozie of a cliffhanger and the downside is that from what I recall hearing in the blogosphere,... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jessica S.