Friday, February 17, 2017

Review: Midnight Rose by Dani Hart

Title: Midnight Rose
Author: Dani Hart
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal
Release Date: Feb 13, 2017
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My grandfather had once told me that life was an unpredictable beast—one moment calm with a full belly and heavy eyes, and the next, digging its paws in the dirt, snarling just before it took down its next victim. Until recently, I would argue with that notion, listing all the reasons why my life was as predictable as the tides coming and going. While I listened, I was young and never put much thought into a lot of the things my grandfather told me, but all that changed when the Hunters moved back to Sandpoint. More specifically, Wes Hunter. That was when the impossible became possible and the predictable became unpredictable.

As Abigail Rose looked down on her new world, she couldn’t deny the things she had seen and all the things she had learned. There were days she wished she could go back to her old life, but she had changed. Evolved. She was no longer a love-struck seventeen year old. She was a chosen leader and her path was undeniable. The black and white was fading to gray, and the only thing between mortals and immortals was her.

My Review:
Dani Hart did a wonderful job portraying the characters of Midnight Rose that I didn't want to put it down. The way she was able to bring the story and not only show true emotion and excitement, was unremarkable. I'm definitely in between Wes and Eli at this point and haven't decided who's side I'm on yet and who I want to win Abby's heart. We will definitely see in Book 2.

I'm a...
Firefighter Wife
and so many other things.
I love my life and am so grateful for all of the support and have the courage to live a dream.

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