- File Size: 4628 KB
- Print Length: 331 pages
- Publisher: Mirador Publishing (July 22, 2013)
- Publication Date: July 22, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00E3VMB18
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,341,550 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Juniper's Princess (Angel Crest Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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A New Adult, fantasy, romance, Juniper's Princess is a bit different than my normal types of books that I read. It's the story about a species of human/angel hybrids that have been placed on earth to help souls pass to their proper place. A war tears apart their culture and this story is where they start to pick up the pieces.
The story is unique and well thought out. It keeps you moving along and I was engaged and wanting more when I reached the end. I really can't wait for book 2.
However, the book is written from the perspectives of most of the characters. Each chapter is written from one POV, but can flip from one chapter to the next. This was a bit disconcerting for me. I would have preferred the story if it was narrowed down to only a few POVs. However, I feel that this is a personal preference and would not take away from the story for others.
Jaiden is quiet and set on making sure that his people stay alive. In order to do that, he must convience Daniah that she is more than different. If he doesn't, than their race will die. He doesn't want to let that happen so he will do anything to make sure that Daniah learns the truth before it's too late.
This is a different take on angels, not only angels but half-breeds. They live amongst the humans and go unnoticed as they fight the evil that wishes to claim human souls. Their only hope is Daniah believing what Jaiden is saying is the truth.
Chelsea O'Neal did an amazing job at capturing the reader into her world and keeping them drawn into it. This was a good book and the character development helped it along. I'm glad that I was able to read this and would highly recommend it to anyone who likes stories that bend your way of thinking and force you to open up your mind to new possibilities.
Dani is beginning to realize she is different because of the dreams she has, but it isn't until Jaidem and Zach come into her live that things get really interesting for her. Working at her salon Dani meets both guys almost back to back but find herself drawn to both of them, just in different ways. As she gets closer she finds she has a brother/sister type relationship with Zach, but her feeling for Jaiden are much more. When she finds out the truth she is torn between anger at them for how they have misguided her and relief at finally getting answers.
This is where the story took a turn for me into the realm of a totally confusing. I love books that give you allot details, but in this one with Zach's explanation taking up three or four pages of complex information it left me reeling from information overload.
I pushed through it though because I did enjoyed the basic idea of the story and once we got past all that it really delved more into the storyline.
With several different perspectives told you get to see inside the heads of many characters as they're each taking their journey throughout, and it really gives you an in-depth review of each of them as they're trying to understand what's going on and how they're feeling.
Again at the beginning having so many different perspectives made it more difficult understand the story but as you push past all that it really help to bring it all together.
I did feel that Jaiden and Dani's relationship was a bit rushed but I did enjoy the chemistry between them.
Overall the first 10 to 15% of the book did leave me confused and scratching my head at times, but the story gave enough that I truly got involved with the characters lives and want to see more of what's going to happen to them in the future.
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