- File Size: 1567 KB
- Print Length: 391 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1985754371
- Publisher: Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing (December 14, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 14, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00B27GAC2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,655 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hidden Wings (Hidden Wings Series Book One) Kindle Edition
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|Book 1 of 9 in Hidden Wings|
|Age Level: 13 - 17|
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From page one, I was able to delve right into the story... Emma is a seventeen-year-old girl who very recently lost her parents and is now being sent to Alaska to live with an aunt that she's never met. We meet Emma along with her two best friends Lia and Jeremy.
It's obvious from the start that these three are excellent friends who have a pretty great bond. I love romance in my stories, but second to that, I love friendships that make you feel like they're as close as family.
Once Emma's new life in Alaska begins we're introduced to a whole new slew of characters. But we don't get a chance to really know them before Emma is thrown into some crazy situations. Bit by bit, we learn more about Emma and her new "family".
All in all the writing was intriguing and captivating. I wasn't bored at any point in the story.
The only thing I'm disappointed in is that I don't feel like I got to know some of the characters as well as I would have liked, but I think that's because this is a series and with each book more will be revealed.
Renae weaves a romantic tale of supernatural beings and a girl's purpose in a world she's just learning exists.
I will be reading the next installment.
Emma is a very likable character, and there is Kade... oh dear sweet Kade. I know who I am calling if I ever need an escort! I really enjoyed the banter with Emma and her friends, I do hope that they made appearances in the next story!
This girl hits her head a lot, and I mean a LOT! That was a little tiring, no wonder she has no memory of the accident. She gets knocked over and out more times than I can even count!
I absolutely love the way that Cameo Renae grabs your attention from page one until the very last word. I am always ready to devour the next book!
Just when you think everything is all nice and neat, wrapped up just so.... she throws this expert curveball at you and there you are!
This is a story about Emma. She loses her parents and moves to Alaska to live with an aunt she didn't know exisited. An "escort" is sent to take her Alaska, his name is Kade and there are instant sparks between Kade and Emma. Kade is one of six brothers that live with her aunt, along with Caleb and Courtney who are brother and sister who are taken in by her aunt after their mom dies.
Emma thinks she is just a normal girl, but she is anything but. The action starts from the very beginning with Emma being attacked and she has no idea why. The story unfolds pretty quickly, with Emma finding out what she really is, who the brothers are and even who her aunt really is. It's a great story about light and dark and you get so into the story, you reach the end before you know it. Really excited to read the rest of the books in this series.
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A very well written story. The characters and circumstance was enthralling. The only issue I had was it ended on a cliffhanger and I do dislike that. Usually with cliffhanger books i only give 3 stars but this story was so good i felt that 3 stars would have been unfounded.
The only real criticism I would have of this book that there is a lot of action and it feels like there isn't much time between issues so readers can fully understand the past of the characters. Even though still a good book.
In fact it was far superior to that novel. After reading both you can see that there is greater depth in Cameo's writing with this book than her other series.
Emma - the protagonist, is the only survivor of a major car crash in which she loses both her parents. From that moment her world is turned upside down and she is left with no-one to care for her. That is, until she discovers she has an Aunt who wants to take guardianship of her until she is 18.
However, she has to leave everything behind her and move to Alaska. It's not what she wants but because she is still a minor, she has no choice.
As the book unfolds, we learn more about Emma and what she really is.
I wont reveal the storyline as it could give away too much information, but as you read, you feel what she feels. You want, what she wants. And when I hit the last page I almost groaned with displeasure because I have to wait until the next book in this series comes out to find out what happens with Emma and everyone else she is with.
An excellent read by all standards! Hurry on up with the next one please, I want to know what happens!
Emma loses her parents in a tragic accident then freefalls into a horrifying nightmare of events only made bearable by Kade, someone she has an instant connection with, and his friends. The book then goes on to introduce the reader to the world of the Fallen, Nephilim and darklings.
The only problem I had with it was its length. I read it within a couple of hours and although I'm a very fast reader, for me it was too short. It also means that you need to buy the other books to get to the end of the story.
That aside, it's really good and suitable for teenagers up.
If you enjoyed it try:
'Black Moon Beginnings'
Sensational(I'm not sponsored) my favourite series ever!
I bought this book to keep me awake during night feeds and finished it in a day! Will definitely read the sequel.