October 22, 2012

Review: Harmony by Sonya Bria

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A Curse.
It started with a curse centuries ago placed upon the House of Ulster:
One more powerful than I will come,
She alone will break the spell.
With her as guide the dark will align.
If someone told you that you were the key to an ancient tragedy, what would you do?
Sophie is a high school senior with only two things on her mind, graduating from Jefferson High, and moving on, leaving the death of her mother firmly in the past. But the past is not done with Sophie, and she finds herself suddenly thrust into a tragic, Irish love story centuries old. Does she have the strength to accept her part, confront her own past, and rely on someone long forgotten?
Ian is a vampire with only one thing on his mind...Sophie. For years, he has watched over Sophie, and protected her from the darkness surrounding her mother's death. He would like nothing more than to forget the past, but his fate lies with Sophie and her destiny. Can he help Sophie confront her nightmares and not fall in love?
Choices.Sophie and Ian will discover that they also have a connection-something that could bind them together forever or rip them apart. What will they choose?
Only time will tell.
This is their story
 It has been a while since I have read a good vampire book. I am glad I decided to give this book a try. It's not the usual Vamp story. I liked the way the author mixed old legend into a present day setting. The storyline in firmly intertwined with myth and lore. While keeping a secure grasp on the present and the future. The main character has a cute personality. She has a lot to deal with and comes out an ordinary, if not flustered, teenager. Once she gets all the facts she turns into the heroine that everyone needs her to be. It's nice to see a teenager become a well rounded young adult. At times I was holding my breath just waiting for the next twist to pop up. I enjoyed this book so much I read it all at once. The end didn't turn out exactly as I had hoped. Maybe there will be a sequel to clear the mess up. I'll be waiting for it. This was a very good book. Worth taking the time to read. Hope you enjoy it too!
Publisher-Cambio Publishing
Reviewer Rating: 4.5 Star
Reviewed by~Mechele
Thank you to the author for the donation of this book to the Read for your future book program!


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your review! I am currently working on the second installment that will focus more on Ian and his journey/redemption. Let me know if you are interested in previewing chapters for me. I am always looking for readers/fans to give me feedback!


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