- File Size: 2933 KB
- Print Length: 314 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1947584162
- Publisher: Burning Willow Press, LLC (March 3, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 3, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07B3LFPF8
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #822,776 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Unfortunately, the first few chapters failed to pull me in....and as the narrative progressed, I found myself conflicted about my thoughts on this book... so what did I find disappointing? ...the conversation between the main characters did not flow naturally, and as a result, initially, there wasn’t any chemistry between them....Lys lacked any real depth of personality; she was both immature and inconsistent in her reactions and interactions with the other characters and once angry or upset tended to labour the point, as did her father who, in my opinion, behaved unforgivably at one point...as for Damien he was very one dimensional at the beginning of the book, and I did not relate to him...and was therefore not invested in their relationship...
I very nearly stopped reading but then Lys and Damien visited a Laser Tag Arcade and from that point forward the pace began to pick up .. Lys continued to irritate me on occasion, however, Damien’s intensity increased, and his protective and possessive qualities, which initially seemed overbearing, morphed into something much more attractive .....the plot also became more fascinating, but there were so many opportunities for more suspense, which never came to fruition..
I also found myself confused by the emphasis and detail placed on some less important events that did not significantly move the plot forward and conversely only snippets of events which had the potential to be more significant and relevant... at one point there was a shocking event, which required intervention by Damien’s father and the outcome was glossed over and only mentioned in passing, subsequently..
This was a challenging book to review, but in the final analysis I have to say that the unfolding plot kept me engaged, and whilst there was never any real surprises, I still enjoyed the big reveals when they eventually came... ... I received a copy of this book from the author via Lexis Infinitum..
Rachel you did a great job with the flow of the story. Simply amazing
The story is a little too slow moving in the beginning, building up their relationship, but really, not much happens until 75% of the way through the book. When stuff does start to happen, it’s really awesome mythology and history that the author made up. But then the story just ends. No clue to a second story, nothing. I’m totally fine with cliffhangers, but I want to be left wanting more, not wondering where the rest of the book is.
I also had a hard time with Damien’s character since he was so formal. He is also painted as kind of a weenie towards the end. I would’ve liked to see a more confident dude, but since he wasn’t privy to a lot of info, it kind of makes sense.
I understand why the book is titled how it is, but I almost didn’t read/review it based on the title. It just doesn’t pull you in to think “hey, that sounds like a super cool story”. But it’s definitely worth the read, and I’d like to find out what happens!
The Most Special Chosen By Rachel de la Fuente
I love vampires! I used to be a huge Buffy fan twenty years ago. That being said, I am a little bit old for this book, so I have reviewed this book with younger spectacles.
This is a sweet romance with a studious, hard worker Elysabeth Vance and her college years. She lives with her best friend and falls for Damien. I loved the study girl Elysabeth, but the suspenders version seemed strange at the start of the book.
This will appeal to the young adult market. It is a sweet romance with a bit of blood and not too much gore. It is easy to read. Ideal for the target market.
The dad overreacting the way he did to the coat was a bit far-fetched.... but as a parent of teenagers that could be the oldie in me coming out.
Not so ugly... The book started well and then dropped a bit until chapter 14. After that the bonding ceremony and history start..... The darker paranormal bit was great!
LIKE!!! 3.5 Stars - I read this as part of a blog tour for an honest review.