Review: Burning Emerald

Review: Burning EmeraldBurning Emerald by Jaime Reed
Series: The Cambion Chronicles #2
Published by Dafina on May 29th 2012
Genres: Young Adult- Fantasy/ Paranormal
Format: ARC
Source: FTC: Exchange for honest opinion, Publisher
Goodreads
"Coping with loss, keeping secrets from friends, and juggling

classes has kept Sam Marshall busy in her senior year. She
finds comfort in her unlikely companion, Caleb, as their
connection grows to where one cannot survive without the other.
 
But Sam’s biggest problem is a powerful enemy that wants
her for himself and to destroy Caleb and his family.
Determined to keep Caleb safe, Sam fights a battle where
she is both the enemy and the prize, but victory will come
at a deadly price."
 

 

I loved this book! So action packed, Burning Emerald is awesome!
What I liked about this book, is the tension between the characters. What started off as a match made in heaven, the reader now sense the problems arising between them. I like this. It makes the characters easy for the reader to understand the characters. Jealousy and mistrust, leads the reads down a road of unanswered questions and raging war about ready to explode.
The plot itself is interesting. I didn’t think that there will be a love triangle, but not really. It’s hard for me to explain this since I will be giving a major spoiler away if you haven’t read the book. Let just say, that Sam’s is in for a very interesting time of her life.
The best of the part, I felt was the end. I really like who like that little plot twist made me want more. It definitly left me hanging and so excited to read the next book.
Burning Emerald has so much action in it. The heroic aspect of it makes me root for Sam even more. The plot races forward as Sam is on limited time to save the one she loves. The thrilling journey to solve the mystery of the Cambion chases the reader to read till the end. The dark fantasy that Burning Emerald gives is great!
I give it 4 BITES!
Happy Reading!
FTC

3 comments

  1. Jenny says:

    Sounds like this one doesn’t give you much time to breathe before tossing you into the action, and I always enjoy books like that. I haven’t heard of this one before, thanks for introducing it to me Savy!

  2. Shellie says:

    I still haven’t read the first one BUT I have it so I’ll get to it soon. I’m glad that you liked the second one and that it still delivered enough action in it to keep you involved with the story! I need to get to reading more…need a faster processor in the brain department lol

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