Monday, October 29, 2012

Book Review: Willow by Amy Richie

Title: Willow (Blood Vine Series)
Author: Amy Richie
Category: Fantasy/Paranormal
Pub. Date: 08/24/2012
Publisher: Anchor Group Pub.
Format: E-Book
Pages: 276

“Being a werewolf is harder than it looks. Everyone thinks it’s just morph at the full moon, kill, morph back. That’s not true. It’s a lot harder than that. Especially if you are seventeen years old.”
Willow has the worst luck. First she has to deal with her narcissistic foster mother, Bella; then of course there’s her horrid little sister Ivy; not to mention the pack of werewolves that belong to Bella. Now, they have to move and start a new school - again.
Just when Willow thinks things can’t get any worse, Blake shows up from a council she never knew existed to name her leader of a pack she never knew existed. How was she supposed to teach a bunch of teenagers how to be wolves when she herself hated everything about her life?

My Review:  
Okay, first of all, I Loved Reading This Book! A fast pace read. Once I started it I did not want to put it down. 

Let's just say this, being a teenager is hard enough. But then you add in, being a werewolf, new in town, stepchild, hating being a werewolf. Oh, and then add in learning about others and being told you now are In Charge of them!

This was my first read from author Amy Richie and I absolutely can not wait to read more. Her writing is amazing. Her characters are way out there but down to earth at the same time. Fast pace but was also at a pace you didn't get lost either. I so enjoyed the whole story line and the characters.

So due to the above, if I could it would be higher, I am giving this book a Breath of Life ratings of: 

Five Clock Rating!!!  

Disclosure: I did receive the above book in exchange for my honest opinion and review. This is my own book and the opinions are my own and yours may differ.

About the Author:

I wear many hats. Author, mother, cook, housekeeper, laundry do-er, sister, daughter. I enjoy writing, it allows me to escape the realities of life: bills, day job, baths, supper, dieting, cleaning the litter box.
My writing is usually romantic in nature with a bit of humor and a bit of surprise. My books range from Vampires who fall in and out of love so many times I had to make it a series to christian stories of finding out what is important in life.
I have always loved writing. During my high school days I wrote one book. It was a vampire love story. It took me so long to write it that I began to think of the characters as real people. I still do that today.
On a personal note: I have three wonderful children - Gavin, Arabelle, and Elijah, two not so wonderful cats, and two rats. We all live in a small town in northern Ohio. There is more corn here than vampires or werewolves, at least that I know of.


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