Hope hides a dangerous secret; a gift powerful enough to heal the breach between the living and the dead. With two warring gods vying for her love, and a fallen deity determined to take her for his own evil purposes, she must either accept her destiny or take matters into her own hands.
Love triangles and YA tropes abound in the first installment of The Healer Series. If you’re a complete sucker for the genre, it’s definitely worth a read thanks to some solid writing and a pretty interesting premise – you don’t see healer heroines every day, after all.
On the other hand, if you don’t happen to have a para-romance itch to scratch, I’d take a pass. Our leading lady suffers from Goldfish Syndrome, complacently brushing aside all the mystical pronouncements and overt foreshadowing instead of demanding explanation like a normal human being. Unfortunately, building suspense doesn’t really work if the reader sees through it before the character does.
Like I said – if you don’t mind that sort of thing and you’re in the mood for some escapist romance and high-school drama, snatch this one up.