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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Review- 4*--The Blue Eyes Trilogyby B Kristin McMichael

  • Series: The Blue Eyes Trilogy
  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Lexia Press (June 6, 2013)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0989121835

Arianna Grace is about to turn seventeen, and her life has been very complicated lately. She is the leader of four clans of night humans: dearg-dul, baku, tengu, and lycan. While the four clans seem to get along better with each other, there is internal conflict on both sides of her family, not to mention the three boys vying for her attention. Devin is set on keeping her safe above all else. Turner's goal is to make her happy. And Andrew wants her for himself. At some point Arianna will have to choose between them, but first she needs to survive the plots against her.

Thoroughly enjoyed this book except for the love triangle. Must every YA author employee this device? And I could have done without the different POVs, another YA device that I detest. It always makes me aware that I'm reading not just enjoying the ride. Other than that, I enjoyed the story as much as I did book one. The twisty story kept me guessing yet again and I so love a story that can keep me guessing. This is an amazing world and am going to be so sad to see it end.

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