Avery knew she had a knack for attracting trouble, but even she is shocked when a six-foot-something harpie shows up on her doorstep. Coping with the existence of a mythological race? Okay. Unwittingly finding herself in the middle of a vicious harpie conflict? A little less okay. Having to rely on an arrogant harpie boy who gets under her skin? Now that is something Avery isn't sure she can handle.
This is a first for me. Not usually the kind of book I read. It was good and unusual none the less. I like the strong plot and flowing storyline. A good imaginative peek into the world of the Harpies. The story took right off and stayed strong throughout. I never had the urge to put it down and go to something else. It is a real attention grabber. I will be waiting for the follow up book. Really recommendable.
My Score: 4 Stars
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