Category Archives: LGBT YA Fiction

Seven Tears at High Tide by C.B. Lee

Seven-Tears-900px-COVER-FrontTitle: Seven Tears at High Tide
Series: N/A
Author: C.B. Lee
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Length: Novel (234 pages)
Publisher: Interlude Press (October 15th 2015)
Heat Level: Mild
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: The sea holds many secrets…

Kevin Luong walks to the ocean’s edge with a broken heart. Remembering a legend his mother told him, he lets seven tears fall into the sea. “I just want one summer—one summer to be happy and in love.”

Instead, he finds himself saving a mysterious boy from the Pacific—a boy who later shows up on his doorstep professing his love. What he doesn’t know is that Morgan is a selkie, drawn to answer Kevin’s wish.

As they grow close, Morgan is caught between the dangers of the human world and his legacy in the selkie community to which he must return at summer’s end.

ISBN: 9781941530474

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Reviewer: Tams

Review: When you are young, everything seems so much more intense. A sixteen year old boy loves with all his heart, not yet realizing how to tell when that love is not returned. This is how Kevin Luong finds himself wandering the pier, crying and wishing for something so simple, someone to love.

Morgan is a half-breed, half human and half Selkie, on the cusp of manhood as well. His soul is drawn to the pain and emotion of Kevin’s tears, his wish, and Morgan is tasked with helping Kevin fulfill that wish. Over the summer the two form a bond of friendship and love that is doomed by tradition and fate.

Selkie stories have always fascinated me as they are rooted in Gaelic culture. I really enjoyed how Lee kept the roots of the stories and legends, while giving it her own unique and modern twist for this tale. There was an innocence and youthfulness to this book that was evident not only in the characters and the storyline, but in the writing itself.

I found it endearing that Kevin and Morgan fumbled their way around each other as they got to know one another and grew closer. It was a learning experience for them both and, as the reader, Lee wrote the story in a way that I could travel the journey with Kevin and Morgan, see what they saw, feel their love and their pain.

The story had so much depth and color, I was completely engrossed throughout. The character growth and development was pretty amazing as well. Kevin went from this shy, awkward, bullied teen in the beginning to a confident, self-assured young man by the end. Morgan had to learn how to be human, that being charged with “loving” someone is not the same as “loving” someone.

While this is a YA story, I think there is something here for readers of all ages. Emotional, in-depth, fun and well written, and the balance between reality and fantasy is a fine line that blended well. This was my first read from CB Lee, but it definitely won’t be my last. I believe she just became an auto buy for me.

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Hostage by Cheryl Headford Blog Tour, Excerpt, Review & Giveaway!

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Hi peeps, we have Cheryl Headford visiting us today with her new release Hostage, we have a great excerpt, a fantastic giveaway and Shorty’s review so enjoy the post and click that rafflecopter link <3 ~Pixie~

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Astrin Raphael wakes up in a strange place, frightened and confused. He is told to trust someone who seems to hate him, and he tries—he really tries. However, things change rapidly when he discovers his friend is actually his archenemy, Rowan Gabriel, whose abusive behavior stems from a deeply ingrained, if unwarranted, hatred over something that happened many years before, and simply wasn’t Astrin’s fault.

When Rowan’s uncle and Astrin’s father are kidnapped by Strebo Michael, the two crown princes are catapulted into an adventure that forces them to work together, and along the way their feelings for each other grow. Rowan is quick to let his hate go, but Astrin can’t release his inhibitions. It takes Astrin almost dying from a poisoned dagger before he finally accepts Rowan’s love.

When they return home, their problems continue as their Houses try to negotiate a way for the young men to be together. It soon becomes clear at least one of them will need to relinquish his throne.

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Trust the Focus by Megan Erickson

9780698194625Title: Trust the Focus
Series: In Focus, #1
Author: Megan Erickson
Genre: Young Adult Romance
Length: Novel (222 pages)
Publisher: Intermix Books, Penguin Random House (17 March 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: With his college graduation gown expertly pitched into the trash, Justin Akron is ready for the road trip he planned with his best friend Landry— and ready for one last summer of escape from his mother’s controlling grip. Climbing into the Winnebago his father left him, they set out across America in search of the sites his father had captured through the lens of his Nikon.

As an aspiring photographer, Justin can think of no better way to honor his father’s memory than to scatter his ashes at the sites he held sacred. And there’s no one Justin would rather share the experience with more than Landry.

But Justin knows he can’t escape forever. Eventually he’ll have to return home and join his mother’s Senate campaign. Nor can he escape the truth of who he is, and the fact that he’s in love with his out-and-proud travel companion.

Admitting what he wants could hurt his mother’s conservative political career. But with every click of his shutter and every sprinkle of ash, Justin can’t resist Landry’s pull. And when the truth comes into focus, neither is prepared for the secrets the other is hiding.

ISBN: 978-0-698-19462-5

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Reviewer: Prime

Review: This is a charming and poignant book. I loved it so much that I almost did a happy dance in my seat when I realized that there is a second book! Of course, I didn’t do that, as I am expertly making it look as though I am doing work when I am reading a book and writing the review… which almost wasn’t convincing when I started to tear up right at the end of this book!

Justin and Landry have been friends for years. However, they are two very different people. Justin, who tells the story, has just completed a degree that he hated and is set to work for his politician mother, in a job that he already hates before he has even started. He is busy trying to be the perfect son, which includes being straight and pushing aside his feelings for his best friend. (For anyone who knows The Book of Mormon, think of the song Turn it Off).

On the other hand, Landry is out and pretty much proud and has spent his high school and college years thinking he has been crushing on his straight best friend.

The story of these guys is a poignant road trip and is the journey of Justin finally facing the death of his father a couple of years earlier. Justin’s father was a photographer and Justin wants to scatter his ashes in places his father loved and photographed (and a great man for a “ghostly” character – though seriously, there is no ghost action! I just can’t think of a better explanation).

Landry is there to support his best friend every step of the way, as well as recording it via blogging. In between all this, Justin not only comes to terms with his father’s death but also comes to terms as who he is as an adult and starts to reclaim control of his life.

As I said, this is a poignant story, but it also fun and filled with drama. I love that Megan Erickson added the “blog posts” every now and again. It really helped to get a real handle on Landry as a character. It also really brought the emotion out when we read the contrast in what Landry writes compared to the drama of really happened between the guys.

So, in short, I really, really, loved Trust the Focus. Come on, bring on 21 July and book 2 (Focus on Me)!

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Slaying Isidore’s Dragons by C. Kennedy, Excerpt & Review!

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Hi guys, we have C. Kennedy visiting today with Cody’s newest release Slaying Isidore’s Dragons an edgy young adult story. We have a tasty except and my review, so check out the post and enjoy! <3 ~Pixie~

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Slaying Isidore’s Dragons


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5 Best friends
4 Vicious brothers
3 STD tests
2 Guys in love
1 Car bombing
Nowhere to run

Follow the burgeoning love of two teens during the worst year of their lives. Irish-born Declan David de Quirke II is the son of two ambassadors, one Irish and one American. He is ‘out’ to his parents but to no one else. French-born Jean Isidore de Sauveterre is also the son of two ambassadors, one Catalan and one Parisian. His four half brothers have been told to cure him of his homosexuality. Both teens have lost a parent in a London car bombing.

5 Weeks of hell
4 Attempts on their lives
3 Law enforcement agencies
2 Dead high school seniors
1 Jealous friend
A love that won’t be denied

Declan and Isidore meet at the beginning of their senior year at a private academy in the United States. Declan is immediately smitten with Isidore and becomes his knight in shining armor. Isidore wants to keep what is left of his sanity and needs Declan’s love to do it. One is beaten, one is drugged, one is nearly raped, one has been raped. They are harassed by professors and police, and have fights at school, but none of it compares to running for their lives. When the headmaster’s popular son attempts suicide and someone tries to assassinate Declan’s mother, they are thrown headlong into chaos, betrayal, conspiracy, allegations of sexual coercion, even murder. And one of them carries a secret that may get them killed.

5 New family members
4 BFF’s
3 Countries
2 Extraordinary Psychologists
1 Courageous Mother

A new beginning for two young men in love

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Becoming Andy Hunsinger by Jere’ M. Fishback

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Series: N/A
Author: Jere’ M. Fishback
Genre: Historical/ Edgy Young Adult
Length: Novel (283 pages)
Publisher: Prizm Books, Torquere Press (December 30th, 2014)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: It’s 1976, and Anita Bryant’s homophobic “Save Our Children” crusade rages through Florida.

When Andy Hunsinger, a closeted gay college student, joins in a demonstration protesting Bryant’s appearance in Tallahassee, his straight boy image is shattered when he’s “outed” by a TV news reporter. In the months following, Andy discovers just what it means to be openly gay in a society that condemns love between two men.

Can Andy’s friendship with Travis, a devout Christian who’s fighting his own sexual urges, develop into something deeper?

ISBN: 978-1-61040-858-5

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Reviewer: Tina

Review: This book was a little different than I was expecting…it read very much like an autobiography or a memoir of Andy, although I believe it is a work of fiction.

The writing was good although at times the author was very verbose, giving a lot of detail that I found myself skipping over. It wasn’t bad but it just seemed like too much. There were several really great characters in the story and some not so great characters (I especially loved Biff and Jake).

Andy was pretty sure of his sexuality from an early age but it was confirmed over with a summer fling. When he got to school, he found a place to fit in with a few friends and really came into himself. He continued to gain experience, both sexual and emotional, with men and became pretty promiscuous for a bit. He ran through the gamut of emotions and experiences before he finally figured out not only who he was but what he wanted to do with his life. I loved his relationship with his parents and brother, they were very close and his family was very accepting of his sexual orientation.

Travis suffered a traumatic experience a few years before he met Andy which shaped his desire to just be, not actually live. His family was extremely religious and frowned upon his sexuality, going so far as to threaten to send him to therapy to make him straight. He was not being true to himself in life…he was doing everything his parents wanted of him. By the end of the story, he was closer to being true to himself but I think he still had a way to go…

Overall a very good read that I would definitely recommend.

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Weathering the Storm by Caitlin Ricci

WeatheringtheStormLGTitle: Weathering the Storm
Series: N/A
Author: Caitlin Ricci
Genre: Contemporary Young Adult/ Interracial Romance
Length: Novel (180 Pages)
Publisher: Harmony Ink Press, Dreamspinner Press (April 2, 2015)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥3 Hearts
Blurb: Robbie’s dad has always been hard on Robbie and his brothers, but when their mom dies on Robbie’s sixteenth birthday, he becomes downright abusive. Robbie doesn’t understand why his dad is so mean to him or why his brothers resent him for their mom’s accident, but he desperately tries to hide the bruises. On top of that, after his dad’s horse training jobs run out, he moves them to Colorado to their uncle’s ranch in the mountains.

At Uncle Caleb’s cabin, Robbie meets Sam, a boy whose family also lives on the property. Finally he has a real friend who shares his love of horses, but Sam is black and openly gay. Both traits incur Robbie’s father’s rage. When his dad attacks Robbie in front of Uncle Caleb for standing up for Sam and himself, all of their secrets are thrown out into the open, and Robbie’s life is changed forever.

ISBN: 978-1-63476-000-3

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: There are certain types of stories that will capture your attention and have you feeling more than you have ever felt before. Half the time I was pissed when I read this story and the other half I was just numb. It is definitely not my type of story. I don’t even really know how to truly put it into words.

It was well written and had an amazing account of what life is truly like with an ass for a father. Then when Robbie finds out the secrets that his parents had been hiding will have you in tears.

Robbie and his brothers had been raised showing horses. His mother was terrific but his father not so. His father was harsh, cold and downright cruel. It isn’t till his mother was killed in a car accident that his father started the physical abuse. Knowing the times were changing, they had moved in with an uncle.

The truth starts to come out after a beating his father was intending to give him for being friends with a gay black boy. But more truths than just what his father was giving was about to come out.

Sam knew that Robbie was straight and he also knew that things were not peachy with their father. Sam also knew that he was falling for Robbie at a fast pace. Because of him, he knows that he has pissed Robbie’s father off. He just had not known the true pain that the boy he was falling for was going through. Nor had he realized that Robbie’s brothers blamed Robbie for their mother’s death. There are many secrets that this family has and it might just tear them apart.

If you love stories about the coming out stage for a young teen then this book is for you. I can honestly say that it is well told and Caitlin put her heart into it. However this book was not for me. I felt like it was missing something for me to truly get into. That and the fact that it is about a young man finding himself and the truths that were about to be realized.

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Ray of Sunlight by Brynn Stein

o-ray-of-sunlightTitle: Ray of Sunlight
Author: Brynn Stein
Series: 2015 Freshman Class
Genre: Young Adult/ Contemporary
Length: Novel (180 Pages)
ISBN: 9781632168740
Publisher: Harmony Ink Press, Dreamspinner Press (March 19th, 2015)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Reviewer: Zane
Blurb: Russ Michaels has his whole life ahead of him but no plans beyond dropping out of school as soon as he turns eighteen. He’s been in and out of juvenile detention for the last four years and thoroughly expects to end up in an adult penitentiary at some point. He hates life and everyone in it, especially this latest community service that he earned in lieu of juvie yet again.

CJ Calhoun has big plans. He wants to bring joy and happiness to sick and injured children for as long as he can by performing as a clown. The problem is, he has stage-four cancer and a horrible prognosis.

When circumstances throw these two polar opposites together, they find they have more in common than they imagined. CJ discovers Russ’s talent for art and arranges for Russ to create a mural in the hospital foyer, which leads to a tentative scholarship to the Art Institute. As life changes in ways neither of them could have expected, Russ must work harder than ever to better himself as CJ struggles with his deteriorating health.

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Review: Snarky teenager with an attitude headed down the wrong path gets community service. Kicking and screaming (practically) he goes – meets the boy of his dreams and turns his life around. Yep, we’ve read that one before. Except, we haven’t, not quite like this.

Author Brynn Stein tells this story from the point of view of Russ (Mr. Snark himself), and manages to bring a unique perspective to this trope. Through his eyes we see how one person (and lots of little people) can slowly worm their way into a bitter and hardened (though young) heart and not so slowly effect that change for the better.

And of course, love, the great equalizer and the great catalyst of life is the biggest force at work. CJ (we’ll call him Mr. Catalyst) really seems too good to be true… but of course he isn’t. He’s got flaws like everyone else, but he’s a sweetheart, more positive, loving and giving than anyone in his circumstance should be. He’s a clown performing for and helping sick kids when he’s so sick himself – it’s no wonder Russ fell, and fell hard.

Their story is one of love and courage, of strength and growth. Of course, logically, I knew this wouldn’t end well, and as I watched Russ mature and grow, as I watched their love blossom, my heart began to ache for the sadness that overshadowed everything. Still, I smiled and laughed at the funny, poignant and tender moments. I was angry when things went wrong. Happy when they went right.

And when the inevitable occurred, well, sad as it was, it was just so beautifully written. I don’t cry easily, but the tears, they did fall. Angst doesn’t get me there – sadness does. Is this an HEA? Not exactly. But Russ does find his own way, and his love for CJ, that never dies. True to the title, CJ really was and is his Ray of Sunlight.

Usually when I think of epic love I think of love that transcends all, through years and hardships and just about everything two can stand. I think of lovers starting young and ending old. It was actually this author’s first book “Through the Years” that last gave me that ‘epic’ feeling. But… what if the lovers were young, didn’t transcend, didn’t last ages and beyond, but the love did? Who says young adults can’t have an epic love?

Brynn Stein has found her niche; she pens that epic love that grabs you by the heart and makes you feel ever so deeply. I find myself wanting to read more, much more of her work. I absolutely loved Russ and CJ, and I highly recommend them and this book. I also highly recommend you have some tissues next to you when you read; you’ll need ‘em.

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The Grim Life by K.D. Worth

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Series:  2015 Freshman Class
Author: K.D. Worth
Length: Novel (186 pages)

Genre:  Paranormal
Publisher: Harmony Ink (March 12th, 2015)
Heat Level: Mild
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: Max Shaw is dead.

Well, sort of.

After dying on prom night, Max was recruited by a mysterious tattooed angel named Slade to join a group of teenage reapers. Cocky and sarcastic, Max thinks he has his afterlife together, but the moment Slade assigns him to his first suicide case, everything changes.

Christian college student Kody Michaels is struggling to make sense of his life and his faith. After a failed suicide attempt at an antigay camp, Kody is determined not to fail again. Tired of disappointing his family and God, he is going to end his life once and for all.

But in a split-second decision, Max saves Kody—defying the rules of a reaper.

Max believes his only concern is convincing Kody that God loves him just the way he is, so he can save him from a hellish afterlife as a shade. Little does Max know, some shades have found a way to walk among the living as wraiths. These evil wraiths know Kody has been slated for death, and they have another, darker purpose for him.

Max has only one night to save Kody before one of Slade’s team finishes the job Max lacked the courage to complete.

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Reviewer: Tams

Review: Max Shaw is frozen in time having died at the age of sixteen, on prom night of all nights. He now lives his afterlife as a reaper, collecting souls at the time of their death. The job has always been simple enough and Max has never broken any of the rules, but his latest charge changes everything. When Max finds a guy, not a boy but not quite yet a man, about to jump off a bridge, something inside him shifts. Instead of leading Kody into his afterlife, Max saves his life and puts them both in danger.

After coming out to his ultra conservative parent’s, Kody was sent to a “camp” that was supposed to get his head on “straight”. All it did was screw his mind up and make him think there was something wrong with him, that he is bad because he is gay. This was not his first suicide attempt, but Max is determined to make sure it is his last. That is if he can keep Kody safe from his boss, the Grim Reaper Slade, and the evil Shades that possess bodies at the time of their death to elongate their own miserable existence.

This book deals with a few dark and dangerous aspects of young, gay life. Parents that fail at their number one job, to love their child unconditionally. Suicide, dying before your time, the darker side of the spirit and coming to terms with who you are. Worth did an amazing job of balancing every negative in the story with something positive though, which gave the story as well as the characters depth. While Max’s life was far different from Kody’s, Max kept the truth about his sexuality to himself. Now he will stop at nothing to protect Kody, keep him alive, and convince him that it is okay to be attracted to someone of the same-sex.

I was very intrigued with this story, there was a huge spiritual aspect to it, sometimes fanatical, but it was ever-present throughout the story. Yet, I only felt like I was being preached at once, with Kody’s neighbor who I wanted to “fix” Kody. And then there was the life, death and afterlife trifecta of the story. Who is the mysterious Slade that governs over the Reapers? And why is he so hell bent on delivering Kody to his afterlife when Max feels that him saving Kody was the right thing to do. Is Slade really on God’s side, or are his machinations starting to run darker?

Well written, intriguing and while this is a YA story, I never lost interest or felt the content was immature or lacking. The characters are young and face real problems other teenagers their age and in their similar situations face. They just don’t usually face their death by being offered a job as a Reaper.

If you are a fan of stories that are raw with a fantastical kind of reality behind them, then I think you’ll enjoy this light read.

Joey’s Choice by Piper Kay

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Series: N/A
Author: Piper Kay
Genre: Paranormal/ Young Adult
Length: Short (27 pages)
Publisher: Crushing Hearts and Black Butterflies Publishing (12 Feb 2015)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Seventeen year old, Joey wakes every morning dreading what the day ahead may have in store for him. High School sucks and so does the jerk and his pack of bullies who live to torture him.

When Joey feels there is no hope left and no chance at having peace, there’s only one choice left. He’s sure the people he cares about would be better off without him anyway. Things happen for a reason, and when Luc steps in, Joey’s faced with two decisions.

What will Joey’s choice be?


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Reviewer: Prime

Review: This is one hard hitting emotional story and just all around excellent. It may only be 27 pages but you’ll probably need some tissues for this quick read. To me the easiest way to sum it up is that it’s the gay coming of age version of It’s A Wonderful Life, where young teen Joey is very much like George (Jimmy Stewart) in said movie. While the elusive Luc, is the Clarence of the piece (yes, I’ve watched that movie for too many Christmases with my parents).

It’s as simple as that and just a great story of a young, troubled teen making the ultimate decision.

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Hideous by Devon McCormack

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Author: Devon McCormick

Genre: Paranormal/Young Adult

Length: Novel (174 pages)

Publisher: Harmony Ink, Dreamspinner Press (June 18th 2014)

Heat Level: Mild

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts

Blurb: Eight years ago, Luke Retter witnessed the brutal murder of his mother and sister at the hands of his demon-possessed father. He survived but lost a hand and an eye. The demon also burned its emblem into his skin, marking him as a cursed. Those who bear this mark are at risk of becoming possessed themselves, so they are monitored and enslaved by the state-run UCIS. Working as a slave is hard, but Luke prefers it to the possibility of being controlled by the demon.

One night, Luke wakes to find his worst nightmare coming true. His father’s demon has returned. In a panic, he runs to the only person who might be able to help: Zack, a cursed who ran away from the state and created an underground community to protect other fugitive curseds. Zack helps him suppress the demon. But the city’s become a time bomb, and Luke’s demon itches to escape.

With the UCIS closing in on Zack’s underground operation and Luke’s demon crafting its own, nefarious plot, Luke realizes that he must take a stand.

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Reviewer: Tams

Review: Hideous is a story set in a paranormal world where demon possession runs rampant and anyone that has been touched by or has the potential to become possessed are called Cursed, and they are treated like slaves. Luke Retter is a cursed, the only survivor of a brutal attack on his family when his father was possessed and proceeded to torture and kill Luke’s mother and sister, leaving Luke permanently scarred. Young Luke lost more than just his family, his arm and his eye that day, he lost his soul. The demon that annihilated his family now lives inside Luke.

Zack is also a curse that escaped the states “care” and started an underground railroad of sorts, where he offers protection to other cursed. Luke and Zack cross paths by accident, but it’s Zack that helps Luke keep the demon at bay, for a while at least. The necklace Luke wears seems to protect him from a full on possession, but he can hear the demon in his thoughts and see it when he sleeps. When the evil within finally takes over and shares its true desire with Luke, the young man truly learns the meaning of terror.

Oh but I absolutely loved the concept of this story! A dystopian-esque world where we, society, no longer deny the presence of evil and the possibility of possession. The fact that the demons feed off of fear, it strengthens them. How young Luke escaped and has managed to survive up until now was a mystery, but regardless of how worthless he may feel or think he is, there is someone watching over him in a way.

Not only does he find Zack and the necklace that protects him from the demon, but he eventually finds the strength to fight back. He eventually figures out that disfigured and disgraced, he is still worth it, he still deserves a life and love. When you find someone who truly cares for you they see past all the bullshit and scars and make you a stronger person.
The story definitely skirts the lines between YA and NA with very detailed descriptive of Luke’s various encounters with the demon and what exactly happened when his father was taken over. This was my first book from this author, but it will not be my last. It takes a wicked smart person with a twisted sense of humor to write this kind of story, and I do love a good mystery.

I was reminded a smidge of the currently popular Divergent series while I was reading. Allow me to elaborate. In the divergent series the government will stop at nothing to eradicate the divergent because they are different, they can’t control them. The same could be said for Luke, Zack and the cursed. Much like Tris, Luke goes against the grain and finds a way to beat the odds.

If you are a fan of dystopian, paranormal, mystery and slightly graphic horror-esque stories then you are really going to be impressed with this book.

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