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Book Review: Juniper's Princess





Juniper's Princess (Angel Crest, #1) by Chelsea O'Neal: Daniah is different, she always has been and now her dreams and visions of the future are increasing, she knows her life is changing. She just doesn't know by how much...

Jaiden is different, but he knows why and he knows his responsibilities. He must find the saviour of his race, the angel human half-breeds who are fighting a war for humanity's souls. If he can't convince Daniah she is more than just a little different - she is the princess of their people - they are all going to die.

Unfortunately Daniah doesn't have many reasons to trust Jaiden, especially when he is caught in a web of his own lies.

In a world where half-breed angels walk among us, fighting an evil for our souls, Daniah must find the strength to become the princess we all need.

Jordynn's thoughts: The start of this book was very confusing. I felt the author should have explained more about the different job roles the zoku had. I think that would have helped with the confusion. This book had a great story once the first 50 pages were out of the way, the characters developed well and there were lots of characters that I enjoyed learning about. I hope that people do not give up on this book and keep going with it the story is original and well written. I thought the scene where Dani was told the truth was written brilliantly and realistically as I feel it would have been angry and questioned it too. I felt that the inclusion of the little nephews added a welcome lightness to the book which took some of the tension from the story. The use of many points of view was a great idea it made me feel I knew all of the characters well. Overall I really enjoyed this story. I cannot wait for book two.

I received this book in return for an honest review.









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