Sunday, July 31, 2011

Review of Crushed Sugar by Kimber An

Be careful what you wish for.

Ophelia’s had a wicked crush on Martin since they were kids, but she was always just his geeky little friend. Then, on the first day of her junior year, he’s suddenly and wildly attracted to her. She can’t imagine what’s changed, but shocking her small school’s social order fills her with vindication for insults suffered.

Ophelia meets Adrian right after and true love extinguishes the wicked crush. In secret, he gives her courage against a specter threat.

Tristan Li is pale and hungry, and draws Martin’s immediate ire. He knows things about Ophelia which she assumes are delusions brought on by an aggravated illness like her own, diabetes. When battle breaks out between his ancient race and new blood, even the courage of her secret love might be crushed.

                         About Crushed Sugar
Ophelia is the geeky girl and less stylish than her twin sister Bianca. She may be pretty  but has been unnoticed  by her biggest crush, Martin, the most popular boy in school. He wants her finally after years of not wanting her. Stranger still is the fact two other new boys show an interest in her. Ophelia feels overwhelmed and she's getting some crazy headaches more and more. On top of all this, the boys are acting weird and birds tend to stare at Ophelia out of the blue. The guys all have different personalities that make it much more interesting romance in the paranormal. The paranormal part being that Martin seems to not be entirely human and wants something with Ophelia. What he wants is something you'll need to judge for yourself. The guys all have their own personalities so your  not sure which to pick.  Making it fun to choose which is best for Ophelia. A sweet romantic paranormal fantasy that is  just, rather sweet.

                   Prequel book to Sugar Rush (Ophelia Dawson Chronicles) by Kimber An

                                              Overall: Amazing read!                                                                 
                            Genre: Romance, Paranormal ,  Young Adult  

                                                 My Star Review
Buy Options
E-book: 50 pgs.
Recommended Ages: 15 and Up 
Published: March 25th 2011 by Decadent Publishing (first published March 23rd 2011)

                                                 For This Review:*Author Provided Copy For Review*
                                                                         About the Author 
Kimber An never had enough books when she was a kid and the ones she didn't turn out the way she wanted. And so she started writing her own. She also loved babies a lot, but didn't know how to talk to boys. Instead she became a nanny and took care of other people's babies. Finally, she moved to Alaska where she met a boy who understood getting whacked on the head with a wadded up piece of paper meant true love. She married him and now she reads books to her own babies, and is is living happily ever after. Visit Kimber's website: Kimer An is published by Decadent Publishing: ,one of my favorite,  new publishers on the rise. They have some great book and authors.                         

1 comment:

Kimber Li said...

Thanks you so much for reviewing CRUSHED! I hope you like Sugar Rush too. Thanks for linking to Fabulously Young ePubs also.

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