Publisher: Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing
Release Date: July 8th 2012
Overall Rating: 4.5/5
When the girl of his dreams walks
into his homeroom class one October morning, Max Fergus, a seventeen year old
quarterback and star student, has his world turned upside down; everything he
has ever thought about himself and his life is changed in that instant and
nothing will ever be the same again, because once you know you aren’t human,
there’s no going back, no pretending you are less than you are. Anna
Lissa Felidae, a pure blooded shifter has been searching for her soul mate, the
one guy that was meant for her, and just when she is sure she is about to run
out of time, Diana, goddess of the hunt, appears to her and sends her in the
right direction. With another shifter on her trail, one who is determined to
have her no matter what the cost, Anna has just three short weeks to convince
Max he is a pure blooded shifter, among other things, and teach him to fight so
they can be together. With the help of a few Fae friends, a motley crew of
shifters and Max’s best friend Tony, they are sure to win.
It would seem that Max
has everything going for him, quarterback, most popular guy in school, dating
the head cheerleader but as we always know things are always what they seem. Then
in comes Anna Lissa Felidae, the girl Max thinks has been following him around,
he's seen her outside different places watching him, and everything he knew
changes. Together they go on an adventure, a wild ride of mystery and danger.
Whoa. That was way
better than I thought it would be. I thought it would some fluffy romance about
two teenagers who could read minds. But it was really so much more, yes there
was still a lot of fluffy romance, but it was more than that. There were all
kinds of shifters, psychics, nasty deadly enemies, action, and there was even the
fae. That last part was unexpected and really welcome.
I found myself really
enjoying all of the character even Jenny because let's be honest all stories
need a bitch, and she happened to the one in this story. Though I didn't like
her in anyway, I could appreciate what her character brought to the story. I
really liked Tony, who was the type of friend that I would want watching my
back. But honestly I had so much respect for both Max and Anna but Max more so.
You'll love Anna she was great and cheerful, you just can't help but want to be
friends with her. Now Max, yum. Where do I find one? He was amazing and the way
he handled everything that was thrown his way, it took a better person than me.
He handled everything with so much grace and dignity, he was a strong
I recommend this book
to anyone. I loved it and hope I see more of Max and Anna in the future.