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- Print Length: 451 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0999256904
- Publication Date: August 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074KPNYV9
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #729,553 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Those who enjoy paranormal, shape-shifter, new adult stories will LOVE this novel! The dramatic prologue sets the stage as a midwife manages to escape from a foreboding mansion with the baby whose mother has just died in childbirth.
Eighteen years later the reader is re-introduced to Cammie, the midwife, and Genesis, the baby who has now just graduated from high school. The first chapter also introduces Madeline. There a strong connection between Genesis and her best friend, Madeline, that hints of something more than teenagers who simply get along well.
When Genesis, attends a graduation party on the beach and ends up getting lost, things really start to get interesting. We learn that Genesis is unique. She didn’t know it, but she’s a werewolf. Not only that, she’s the one and only female werewolf in existence, and her life is in danger.
This novel is fast-paced, full of twists and turns, and will take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions.
Reviewed by Angi
I was going to sleep on this before I reviewed because this book left me with so much....well feelings.
I didn't really know what I was expecting when I started this book, but whatever it was it was not what I got.
The characters are so well written that you feel their every emotion. You're invested in the outcome. You love when Genesis loves you cry when Genesis cries. Well, the sky quite literally cries when she cries.
The story starts out so happy and free. Genesis is a typical teen on her last day of High School. She lives with her Aunt Cammie who raised her since birth. There's a grad party........ and that's where the story really takes off.
That's where Genesis finds out what she is. She is a were and has to learn by being attacked by other weres. But where this strays from your typical shifter story is she shouldn't exist. Females with the were gene die at birth making her THE Accalia. A thing of legends.
She finds she's been hidden her whole life and meets her father who happens to be the US Alpha. She must learn to be part of the pack. She must learn what happens when you disobey the Alpha. She is strong and brave and tender and just. She loves with full abandon. This love is both a blessing and a curse.
During this great lesson in love and life, there's a mystery of the wolf that first attacked her. Where is he and why did he? Why does he keep going after her?
This all leads to a heart racing/wrenching climax. And then oh the anger that it's over. And I mean anger I yelled in frustration at the ending and the frustration of knowing I have to wait for the next installment.
And then I felt better knowing there will be another one. Because damn it I need to know what happens next!!!!!
This book had me enthralled from page one. Read straight thru in one sitting could not put it down. Truth betold it pulled my attention from a good binge watch of Supernatural. That there has to tell ya how good it was!
The only conflict I have with the story is the prologue that states its " ten years ago" Then we jump to present and the baby from the proloque is now in her last day of HS. So if that could be explained that would be great.. thanks :)
All in all wow what a story. Add this to you TBR list and enjoy!
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H.L. Girton writes with such passion that the story of "The Accalia" became real in the moment.Read more