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Nava is everything I love in a reluctant hero. She’s tough, independent, and appears to have zero inhibitions. Throw in some truly epic sarcasm and comebacks and I’m in love. Sure, she’s flawed in some truly amazing ways, but that only makes me love her even more. She’s been playing second to her twin, Ari, who was chosen at birth to be part of some super-secret demon hunting organization. It’s all boys, so it was obviously never meant to be her… until things get turned on their head. During her twin’s induction ceremony, it appears that the superpower ends up with her, along with a ring that cannot be removed (no matter how hard she tries).
Since Nava hasn’t been trained from birth like her brother has, she’s got a lot of catching up to do in a short amount of time. Having magic powers only gets you so far when you can’t even tell demon from human most of the time. Oh, and then there’s the sexy, broody guardian she’s assigned, who also happens to be a retired rock god. The sizzle only amps up the building tension in Nava’s life. There is also some big bad demon out to get her because she accidently/sort-of on purpose killed his kids. The stress is high, but Nava manages to keep it together… as much as can be expected.
As I said, this book is just filled with unapologetic rudeness, horrible behavior, even worse choices, oodles of emotional baggage, and one awesome chick. If you are easily offended, what are you doing reading a book with the word “unlikeable” in the title? Seriously, this book is not for someone who doesn’t enjoy a trip into some darker books. That being said, if you are even remotely interested in someone who can backtalk with the best of them while still dealing with her own emotional issues, Nava is definitely your gal.
There are times when I look at a book and the author and give it a chance without an inkling of what is going to happen. And there are times when I regret it but.. there's a big but because this one? It rocked! I was laughing out loud at Nava's antics by the end of a couple of chapters.
The author has done a great job of hooking the reader with a bit of fun at the start with Nava's misbehavior. There were a few emotional parts too with the way the family doesn't believe in her. It had me frowning and feeling for Nava. But it passed and Nava was back in business annoying and making people fall in like with her at the end.
The author's writing makes for so much fun. It's easy to read and follow. The flow is amazing because I was so into the story I didn't realise that it was a longer book actually. There was no pause at all in the action and humorous situations to bore me. My reaction at the end was like ' I have to read the next book NOW! ' I am so looking forward to the sequel and when I saw the book cover on Goodreads, Nava's pose totally had me giggling. I can imagine what kind of trouble she is going to be! But I digress.
I actually loved the concept of a lone girl among the guys. It had me hopping in excitement to know what kind of trouble Nava is going to bring for them. Each person of the Brotherhood is unique and likeable. And the most likeable person? Nava, of course! Though she has lots of attitude, she has a vulnerable side to her which I can connect with. She is so loveable because of it. And speaking of Rohan, I was biased about him even in the first scene where I met him because of his name. Enough said! He is so tough and rough and has a light side to him at times. I am looking to knowing more about Star Rohan.
I can go on and on about the book but I would like to wrap up saying that if I have a chance to read the author's works, I would unhesitatingly pick them up.
I received a copy for reviewing purposes. This doesn't affect my review in any way.
My rating : 5/5
My reread factor : 4/5
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