Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Book Review: Induction by J.D. Watts

Title:  Induction 
Author: J.D. Watts
Category: Paranormal/Romance
Pub. Date: 09/29/2011
Publisher: The Writers Coffee Shop
Format: E-Book
Pages:  208 
ISBN#: 1612130623
Series: Children of Creation #2

This is the second novel in the Children of Creation series.

Daniella Rossi has had a tough year. She’d always felt she was different from those around her, and within a matter of months, she discovered her life and that all she believed was true was nothing more than a farce. As a child of three different races of creation, Dani truly fits in with none.

As she waits out the winter in hiding with her two most trusted friends, her Guardians Nate and Ana, Dani struggles with the evolution of her romantic relationship with Nate, while being haunted most nights by dreams of a little boy begging for help. She doesn’t know where he is or what is wrong, but she has an overwhelming need to help him.

Forced to move on with the advent of spring, they search for answers while Dani completes her induction into the world of the unseen. She learns many things about love, life, and herself, as well as the true depth and nature of the strength within her along the way. 

My Review:   
All right, let me begin this review by telling you I was so excited to get my hands on the second book in author J.D. Watts' series of Children of Creation, Induction. And let me say I was not let down. 

The only thing that I could say was that it did take me just a little bit to get into reading the first couple of chapters. Only due to me also reading a few other books at the same time, so by no means was it a reflection on the book or the author. 

Author J.D. Watts writing style intrigues me. It sucks me into the characters life's and the story line by the plot and story is so wraped up in paranormal but also in the human side of life as well. So if you can let your imagination wonder into the characters life's you can really feel the way that things could actually happen. 

Induction takes up where Convergence leaves off.  In the life's of Daniella Rossi and her Guardians Nate and Ana are hiding and where relationships are really being tested and trust is also turning into more. There is romance, dreams, searching, fear, danger and as Daniella searches for more answers and matures more in life, you are thrown into how things could have been if it was you in the middle of her life. 

As you all know by now I will not get into the book and actually give you actually scenes from the book. But let me say here that if you would love a great paranormal/romance series to read, author J.D. Watts is your author to go with.

So due to the above, and like the first two, honest 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:   

The 2010 TWCS Original Fiction Contest winner for best young adult story, JD Watts, began tiptoeing into the world of creative writing by building on books, movies, and television shows, thinking of alternative endings for the beloved characters.
As an adult, she indulged her creative whims, eventually getting involved in an online community of amateur writers who supported her stories. It is through both the encouragement of her friends and family, as well as her friends through the online community, that she journeyed into her own imagination and penned her first novel in her new series: Children of Creation: Convergence. The Children of Creation Series will have three novels. The second book, Induction, is scheduled to release September 2011.
JD holds a degree in Christian Education through Lincoln Christian College, as well as a degree in Psychology through the University of Illinois at Springfield.
In addition to her love of writing, JD loves movies, music, reading, and spending time with her loved ones. She lives in Central Illinois where she is a wife and stay at home mother of a young son and daughter. 

 To learn more about J.D. and her books, go to her website. 


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