Deviate Book Review
Tormented after a daring escape, Cora Sandoval must find a way to stop the Arrazi from murdering innocent people and from violating, using, and killing the Scintilla for their powers. She must also accept one bitter betrayal: Finn Doyle—the Irish boy who has both a piece of Cora's heart and soul—is Arrazi...
On the verge of extinction and sought by those who would either consume or destroy them, Cora and the remaining Scintilla survivors must solve the mystery of The Light Key. If they fail, the truth will stay buried forever and mankind will pay the ultimate price.
No longer will she hide.
No longer will her loved ones be hunted.
And she will have her vengeance...even if she shatters her heart in the process.
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I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review.
Deviate is book two of The Light Key Trilogy. The story begins where book one left off. Cora and her mother Grainne Sandoval are reunited after thirteen years. Not only are they on the run with fellow Scintilla Giovanni, but they have also lost Cora's father at the hands of Clancy, Finn's uncle. As Finn struggles with his Azzari needs, Cora's quest for answers leads to the book Dante's Inferno. Will Cora uncover the truth before it's too late?
Deviate is a fast paced paranormal romance that is written in the point of view of Cora and Finn. There are some heartbreaking moments for Cora, you'll want to wish things were different. I love the budding romance brewing between Cora and Giovanni. I do believe that there's still more Giovanni is hiding and I can't wait to read book three to find out more about him. I'm also curious to see which hottie with a sexy accent she chooses. This is an absolutely amazing series that paranormal lovers will love!
About the Author:
Tracy Clark is a young-adult writer because she believes teens deserve to know how much
She grew up a “Valley Girl” in Southern California but now lives in her home state of Nevada, in a small town at the base of the Sierra Foothills. Her two children teach her the art of distraction and are a continuous source of great dialogue. She’s an unapologetic dog person who is currently owned by a cat.
Tracy was the recipient of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) Work in Progress Grant. A two-time participant in the prestigious Nevada SCBWI Mentor Program where she was lucky enough to be mentored by bestselling author, Ellen Hopkins, who taught her so much about the art of writing and cured her of her ellipsis addiction.
Her debut novel was inspired by her enchantment with metaphysics as a teen, seeing it as the real magic in life. Tracy is a part-time college student, a private pilot, and an irredeemable dreamer.
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