Candlelight (The Luminary Saga #3)

Candlelight (The Luminary Saga #3) This was an easy read and terribly sweet Emily is a believable character without the author using the cliched technique of making her an odd ball She s like a normal student that these extraordinary events have happened to She s figuring stuff out as she goes along which I can see myself doing if I were in her shoes David, Josh and Charlie all make interesting yet realistic counterparts to Emily She s connected to all three of these men because they re her soul mates which is a definite hook and it s a big one I liked that David has a troubled past He may look perfect but he s not He s got obstacles but then so do Josh and Charlie which means that the author isn t making it easy for Emily to choose And even though Emily doesn t have any real experience with men, she seems like she s intelligent enough to figure this out That s what drew me in to the story but I think she s gonna find that love isn t always logical I guess that is another of the author s hooks.Josh is swoon worthy but he s got old demons in his closet which makes Charlie the obvious choice on the surface But I suspect that he s there to show how awkward the other two guys are and to get them riled up I respect that Meraux didn t rush Emily into a relationship Emily s decided not to sleep with anyone of the three until she decides Again here, the character is acting with real intelligence and not portrayed as some kind of bimbo I like that their relationships are not developing too fast even though she s unmistakably drawn to each of them because they re her soul mates I like that the author didn t make it instantaneous, you know like here s your soul mate add water and be in love Real love takes time and while there is that sense of connection, familiarity, they re still taking their time All of which adds to the suspense Oh, and it doesn t hurt that each guy has his own style when it comes to sweeping her off her feet. Emily Wren is in for a wild romantic ride, relatively speaking for a YA novel After encountering two soul mates, she must decide for herself who to fall for But how does a girl toss aside a true soul mate That s the focus of this book I have a few theories None of which played out, I m pleased to say The book is totally unpredictable which I loved I really liked the way Josh, Charlie and David had this gentleman s agreement about how they would treat her, which each one secretly thinks shouldn t apply to him, as they vie for her undivided attention The book is definitely PG 13 but for all that it has plenty of sizzle I think the author is intentionally leaving the steak for later Still it was an enjoyable read Moving on to the next novel. I went into this third installment thinking that it might be an acceptable alternative to the Twilight series based on how book 2 ended but it s really quite different And that s not a bad thing I liked that each chapter gave me insight into each new romantic prospect I really loved the book, it sticks with me The story was compelling and well told I liked that the author let me know what each character was thinking There are several points of view which give a clear picture of events I even didn t mind that the vampires are the bad guys and not the love interest I mean one is psycho The book is unlike anything else that I have read It ended with yet another twist frankly I think that must be the author s best hook, always changing things up to keep me guessing I would definitely recommend this book to anyone It s worth your time There s romance in the book but not anything that s inappropriate for a teenager or older.But again don t go into it thinking of comparing it to Twilight or those other vampire love stories This stands alone You will not be disappointed though It s well written and unique And I have to admit once you get this far into it, you will be hooked on Emily s story I know that I am. I was worried when I read the description of this book, yes one of my daughters was reading it before me, but I try to keep up As a dad, the thought of my youngest reading a romance novel left me cold, and wandering if there was stuff in there that I d have to explain But this book is good clean fun I actually enjoyed it The writing is clear and fast paced It has believable characters, entertaining dialogue and a decent plot I ve been informed by my youngest that I should be on team Charlie, but David and Josh seem like great young men too, neither is pressuring Emily for sex, which gets my approval straightaway.Emily is determined to figure out who she is in love with before she sleeps with anyone As a father, I most certainly applaud that decision, wholeheartedly and hope my own girls pay attention, hint It s suitable for teens up to old foggies like me Highly recommend. Loved it I m officially hooked on this series. Romance Is In The Air For Emily Wren Still Trying To Make Sense Of The Mysterious Event That Nearly Leveled Her School, Her Social Life Goes From Zero To Sixty In Five Seconds Flat, When Not One But Three Suitors Attempt To Sweep Her Off Her Feet Will Their Devotion And Adoration Help Her Decide On Just One Soul Mate Or Is Their Attention Putting Her In Mortal Danger From A Supernatural Villain When Events Spiral Out Of Control, Her Protector, A Super Immortal And His Luminary Companion From The Realm Between Reality And The Tangible Have To Intervene Again, But At What Cost Read Candlelight, The Third Book In The Luminary Saga By PS Meraux

I mainline coffee and chocolate, worry about the width of my hips and peruse too many cooking magazines I suspect I wouldn t fret about one if I didn t indulge in the other I m obsessive about quality, so much so, I keep going back to tweak my earlier books, hoping to make them better Why are your characters flawed one reviewer asked Because people are, I replied Although I m very protec

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  • Candlelight (The Luminary Saga #3)
  • P.S. Meraux
  • 14 June 2019

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