Sunday, March 1, 2015

Book Review: Hidden Wings (Hidden Wings Book 1) by Cameo Renae

Hidden Wings Series Book 1
Title: Hidden Wings
Author: Cameo Renae
Series: Hidden Wings #1
Pages: 204
My Rating: ❤❤❤❤

What happens when Darkness and Light collide?

Seventeen is a life changing age for Emma Wise. As her family's sole survivor in a car crash, she is left with a broken arm, and a few scrapes and bruises. But these are only outward marks; inside, her heart is broken and the pieces scattered.

Whisked away to Alaska, to an aunt she’s never met, Emma starts over. Secrets unveil themselves and now…she doesn't even know who or what she is.

A centuries old prophecy places Emma in the heart of danger. Creatures of horrifying and evil proportions are after her, and it will take Emma, her aunt, and six, gorgeously, captivating Guardians to keep her safe. But, if she can survive until her eighteenth birthday... things will change.

What would happen to you if tragedy struck? Emma miraculously survived a car accident that resulted in the death of her parents. After waking in the hospital and learning of this, she believes that she is alone. A social worker comes in and explains that she is now going to be under the care of her aunt Alaine. Emma had never heard of this mysterious aunt before. Not only is she going to live with a relative she never knew about, but she is also going from sunny California to Alaska. Does she even have the right clothes for this?

An escort arrives to take her to Alaska, and as soon as Emma sees him she feels something. When they touch, there is this surge of electricity between them. Emma does not even realize that she is about to be thrust into a world filled with angels, nephilim, and an ancient prophecy. She's not alone though, she has some attractive guardians on her side that would do anything to protect her.

Renae does a great job of creating a world filled with angels, that actually has some great story behind it. Instead of studying for my upcoming physics exam, I was reading, because I could not put the book down. Now, the edition I got my hands on was riddled with some grammatical errors, but it did not really distract me from the story. I'm sure I have a ton of errors just in this little review. I wish that the book would have been longer, because I did not want it to end.

"Selective hearing...typical male. Maybe he was human after all..."


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