Genre: Paranormal, Young Adult
Publication Date: February 17, 2015
Publisher: Heaven Afire
Source: Review copy from the author for an honest review
Where To Get It: Amazon
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I thought that Death Wish was a decent book, but personally, I'm not a big fan of paranormal so I couldn't get a good kick out of it. So
Death Wish seemed more like a contemporary than it did a paranormal until the last couple of chapters when the whole shebang was revealed. Scarlett arrives at her grandparent's house to uncover the truth of her sister's suicide. There, Scarlett begins to discover who she truly is and falling in love.
Scarlett was not in a very good place at the beginning, not only did her sister die, but her parent are having some marital troubles as well. However, as the story progress, she starts to loosen up a little. She made some new friends and got a boyfriend as well. Luke first meets Scarlett when he saved her from drowning and ever since then, he has been there for her so it was likely that they would fall in love. He is
While reading this book, I was anxious to figure out what really happened to Sienna, but luckily I didn't skip around, which I do a lot, and read the book to the fullest. Megan Tayte's writing was smooth and easy to understand which is a plus.
I would actually recommend this book to those who really likes paranormal, especially for something unique and original.