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Jane is one of my favorite writers in the world. I'm openly obsessed with her books. She creates fantastic worlds and compelling stories filled with exceptional, stalk-worthy characters. I'm now embarrassed to say that this is the first book I have read of Jaymin's, although that will change. I wasn't sure how the collaboration would work, but the writing was seamless. These two meshed their styles together cleverly. I couldn't tell who wrote what. They did an excellent job creating fully developed characters. Each brother has a distinct way with Willa and with each other. Great dynamics. The side characters are all nicely developed and add additional layers.
This story was entertaining, well-written, laugh out loud funny, and full of sexual tension. Any book with a lead female who has a "penchant for nudity", falls on her ass or face as many times as Willa does, and carries on hysterical conversations in her head constantly even though her thoughts can be read is truly brilliant! Willa's rambling, her thought process (the Jeffrey's), and overall originality makes her one of the best female leads ever. Throw in 5 hot brothers to surround her and a bit of mystery, and now I have a new obsession. J & J, how soon can I get the next book??
Jane Washington now.
Five brothers who capture her attention and vice versa...
What's a girl gotta to do?
Run or face it head on?
Oh. My. Gods. Such an entertaining, humorous and freaking enjoyable book I have read in a long time! Holy Gods! Really excited for this series.
A creative and most entertaining series to date. The fact that it has five hot men and is a reverse harem is a bonus! It makes it all the better.
Full of dwellers, Sols, Gods, magic, gifts and curses, secrets, humour, attraction and adventure.
Perfect for readers of high fantasy romance/reverse harem.
Willa is a super clumsy dweller and somehow manages to get chosen to serve the sols who work hard to appease the Gods so that one day they MAY be chosen to be a God themselves.
Enter the 5 Abcurse brothers. They each have a very special talent and they don't like playing by the rules. They end up choosing Willa as their next play thing, but what they all don't realize is that Willa likes to bite back.
There is some trouble and they all have to work together to fix things.
I couldn't put my kindle down. I NEED to own this book!
‘Trickery’ is the first installment in the Curse of the Gods series. This book had a slow start and picked up at about 20% into the book. If I hadn’t purchased the 3 book set, I probably would’ve put it aside and picked up another book, until I was ready to deal with the dragging pace and the annoyingly internal monologue of Willa. Now, I know that this is a YA novel, but Willa’s internal ramblings seemed more like that of a twelve year old. She annoyed the hell out of me and I just wanted to shake her.
Nevertheless, I stuck it out and I’m happy that I did, because this story seems to have a lot of promise.
Willa is a dweller (someone of the lesser race) and has a bad tendency of being clumsy and attracting trouble. Her best friend and pseudo-sister Emmy, is her rock and always has her back. Emmy and Willa have been selected by their village to serve the superior and gifted race, the sol, in Blesswood. At Blesswood Willa got appointed to serve the notorious Abcurses brothers – Coen, Rome, Aros, Yael and Siret.
The Abcurses brothers are of the gifted superior race. Each brother is blessed with a gift from the Gods. All five brothers are dangerously handsome and Willa stood no chance to their charms, good looks and antics. The Abcurses brothers find themselves in a delicate situation by caring for a dweller, Willa. They take her under their wings and vow to protect her from anyone that wishes her any harm. This blooming relationship between the Abcurses brothers and Willa is an anomaly and causes an uproar within their community.
I enjoyed reading about the Abcurses brothers. From their different personalities, to their smoking hot good looks, to their gifts, to their bad boy antics. As of now I sadly don’t have a favorite, because they’re all amazing, but if I had to choose then I’d narrow it down to Coen, Rome and Aros. These guys have something that just pulls on my heartstrings and turns me to mush.
Overall, this series has a lot of promise and my curiosity has definitely been piqued. With that said, I’ll definitely be continuing on to the next book, because I’m curious to see where this story leads to.
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