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Obsidian ~ Jennifer L. Armentrout


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This book was recommended to me by Emalie and I was not disappointed! (You have made a fan out of me!)

Katy and her mom move to West Virginia from Florida for a fresh start… and that is exactly what they got. Katy is your average teenager whose life revolves around technology. Her life is all about her blog (Book reviews… awesome!) Her mom wants her to get out of the house and make some friends… There just happens to be two teens next door around her age.

Their next door neighbors are a set of twins (of course they are both gorgeous…) and they are polar opposites. Dee is extremely sweet and affectionate. Daemon is cold and distant… like he’s truly infuriating to talk to or deal with, but deep down… not a bad person… they’re just a bit different.

The interaction between Daemon and Katy is hilarious and funny and sweet and sometimes you want to choke the hell out of Daemon. (Did I mention he can be infuriating?) The banter between the two completely sucked me in from the beginning and I couldn’t put the book down. I looked forward to every scene with the two of them.

This book is extremely entertaining and I enjoyed every moment. There were times when I was on the edge on my seat, needing to know what happens next… and times it had my heart slightly crushed. I am looking forward to reading the rest of this series.

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5 thoughts on “Obsidian ~ Jennifer L. Armentrout

  1. Oh I’m so excited that your reading the book. Trust me when I saw that the rest of the books would keep you entertained 🙂 Whoa! I found a Lux Series buddy to fan girl over with 😀

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