Friday, July 27, 2012

Review: Kindred by J.A. Redmerski

Author: J.A. Redmerski
Release Date: July 20, 2012
Publisher: Self Published
The Darkwoods Trilogy Book #2
ISBN13: 9781478244394
Genre: Young Adult/Paranormal
Review Copy Source: Author

Isaac Mayfair is hiding a dark secret. And just when Adria Dawson thinks the worst of her life among the werewolf world is over, she learns the secret that can rip her and Isaac’s love apart. Adria must come to terms with what the truth means for her. What it means for her life and how much time she has left to live it. She must choose between two different fates, neither of which can offer life as a certainty.

As if Isaac’s betrayal isn’t enough, Adria learns that there are things out there older and more powerful than werewolves could ever be. An archaic entity known only to few as the Praverian, unlike anything Adria has ever known or heard of.

As Adria struggles with her own fateful dilemmas, she must also try to find out why the Praverian is so interested in her and do everything in her power to stay out of its way.

Due to adult content, this book is recommended for 17+

Redmerski does it again. Ive really enjoyed this series and I have no want to put the books down once I start reading. KINDRED picks up 3 months after the ending of THE MAYFAIR MOON. Adria start remembering things that happened during her kidnapping and starts having dizzy/blackout spells and is starting to put pieced together. 

Adria and Isaac are still very much in love and getting closer but are both terrified to come clean with each other about what they know is going on with Adria's health.  Unfortunately when the truth is revealed it doesn't go well. There is a lot of hurt and separation between the two. The secondary characters play a big role in this series. Adria's best friend is revealed to have a much bigger role in Adria's life then anyone really imagined. All of Isaac's family members are always in the background lending their support. There is plenty of action in KINDRED and the pacing is nice and steady throughout. There is also some great closure for Adria having to do with her mother. The ending is pretty huge and I'm dying to know what will happen next.

The Darkwoods Trilogy is worth reading!!

I gave it 4/5 stars