Llona has lots of things she doesn't really like about her life. She's an orphan living with her Uncle Jake, who mostly just plays video games and leaves the house a mess. They've had to move a lot, because Llona is an Aura and she's afraid that the Vyken who killed her Aura mother is after her too. Because she has someone hunting her, Llona tends to be a bit of a loner. Life in high school is really hard without many real friends. But Llona decides that a life without fun and friends is not really any kind of a life. So she lets a few people in, May is her best friend and the one person who truly seems to understand that Llona has secrets. Christian is a boy that Llona just met, he seems to really like her and want to be her boyfriend, but he can be really over-protective at times. With these two by her side Llona feels as though she can face anything...well, at least Mr. Steele's high school math classes. But there are some really strange things happening around Llona. First she finds a woman's shoe on her porch, the shoe ends up belonging to a woman that was killed across town. Next a woman is killed by Llona's car, and this woman also ends up having a connection to her. Llona is afraid that both of these murders were done by the same Vyken, and that it's only a matter of time until she's next. Will she be able to protect herself?
I was actually going to read this book last year, when it came out, but the file that I had from NetGalley didn't work. So I was really excited to be able to sign up for the blog tour for Fractured Soul and be able to read this one too! I'm so glad that the book lived up to my high expectations! The characters were awesome in this book! I loved Llona, she's got a lot of spunk. I loved Christian and May too. The story line was great too, I loved how the story moved right along and had plenty of action. I had kind of guessed who the bad guy was in the story, but I was still surprised at the way the ending played out. This is a way fun series! I can't wait to read the next book.
I was sent an e-copy of this book to review.
Labels: Cedar Fort, clean ya, paranomal, Rachel McClellan