Embrace by Cherie Colyer

Embrace by Cherie Colyer

Release Date: December.20.2012
Publisher: Omnific Publishing
Pages: 186
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Sometimes you end up hurting the ones you love.
You find you can’t save them or yourself.

Madison is familiar enough with change, and she hates everything about it. Change took her long-term boyfriend away from her. It caused one of her friends to suddenly hate her. It’s responsible for the death of a local along with a host of other mysterious happenings. But when Madison meets a hot new guy, she thinks her luck is about to improve.

Madison is instantly drawn to the handsome and intriguing Isaac Addington. She quickly realizes he’s a guy harboring a secret, but she’s willing to risk the unknown to be with him.

Her world really spins out of control, however, when her best friend becomes delusional, seeing things that aren’t there and desperately trying to escape their evil. When the doctors can’t find the answers, Madison seeks her own.

Nothing can prepare her for what she is about to discover.
Dangerous, intoxicating, and darkly romantic, Embrace is a thriller that will leave you spellbound.

Review:

Embrace is a book about magic. Anyone could become a witch in this novel, but no witch is as powerful as a natural witch.

For a natural witch to gain power he/she must Embrace them first, and become bound by them until forever. After embracing the power the witches struggle to stay good. They must not use their magic while angry or distressed for the energy used will turn them evil. How difficult is that to maintain? since any danger the characters go through will result in those emotions; thus negative energy.

Embrace is a story about Madison and her journey embracing her powers. She must learn to control them, and in the process she meets a handsome young man who manages to not only teach her all about her powers, but sweep her off her feet.

The themes in this book are versatile. Change and envy being the major themes, we learn how hate and jealousy could destroy someones soul. Cherie Colyer constructed a fun read with a paranormal twist. She captures the readers in the first couple of pages when she introduces Isaac. The charming new neighbor.

The male characters were memorable, while Madison –who is the main character– was not. Even though we’re in her head the whole time. The story would have excelled in my opinion if it was told from Isaac’s point of view. He was a favorite. Isaac was well constructed and very charming. His character had depth and a third dimension.

One thing true about this book is that once you start reading it, you can’t stop until the last page.

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Comments

    • Hebah Abdelqader says

      Thank you. There isn’t a perfect book out there. We try to review books in a way where you can decide for yourself if you would like to read it or not!

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