Cursed Hearts (A Crossroads Novel)

Cursed Hearts A Crossroads Novel Out of Print

  • Title: Cursed Hearts (A Crossroads Novel)
  • Author: Light & Lowell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. This was given to me by Author Groupies in exchange for an honest reviewAll in all this was an awesome read!  A few plots and twists along the way! At the end of it all its about 2 people who love each other, there's an old age curse looming  over them. They discover how to break the curse, they're willing to sacrifice themselves fir the other out of love!♥ Fortunately there's a 3rd party that steps in and does it for them (one of the twists)Cursed Heart is about their journey, trials, temp [...]

    2. Loved the Storyline with the Twists and TurnsAfter the first six pages of Cursed Hearts I was addicted.The trials and tribulations of Rome Navaro alone, had me hooked. Once they opened the storyline with a good mix of mystery, romance and plenty of supernatural excitement, I was in love with this story. I loved this book for so many moments that I can't say for spoiler reasons. What I can say is that it was wonderful to see Rome stepping out of his shell, standing up for himself, and forcing the [...]

    3. I received a copy of this from the authors in return for a review.When I started this, I was pretty excited. The synopsis sounded really good. But the problems arose quickly. First of all, the perspective/narrator changed often, and sometimes even in the middle of a paragraph. One minute you're following Rome and two sentences later, it's Ariahna. I think I understand why it was initially written that way, but it made it nearly impossible to read. I couldn't follow who "he" was in some sentences [...]

    4. Why I chose this book: This book was given to me earlier this month as an author requested review. I am slowly coming to enjoy paranormal romance books and the synopsis of this book looked appealing. A magical school in a small town is a perfect setting for a supernatural thriller. I will warn you, I did not finish this book. I read about 200 pages and then had to stop. Why? Check out my review below. Three Things You Need to Know:1. POV that shifts more times than a shapeshifter. I struggled ma [...]

    5. READ MORE REVIEWS HERE! Real rating: 3.5Cursed Hearts by Light and Lowell is like a magical love story with witches, werewolves, vampires and many more. For me, it's a good book to read if you just want to relax and get lost with what you are reading. Pros: The book was a very, very interesting read and takes you to a place that you would never want to leave. The characters weren't perfect and had problems that you could relate to. It isn't all about the love story and the couple's relationship [...]

    6. Sheila's Review: 4 out of 5 stars!!!Good read! Although it's geared to young adults it has a story that grabs you and makes you wonder what's next. Aria and Rome start off a little awkward. But then you throw Christian and Kaleb in the mix and its just mind turning! Aria knows every girl in the world has met a Christian and been broken hearted by them; yet she still pursues it. She turns to Rome when the inevitable happens and he shows her that love is not always black and white and that sometim [...]

    7. I loved reading this book. It's a very interesting take on the over-popularized subject of paranormal youth with a talent for magic. This book very much stands out among others that I've read in this genre. It took me a couple of pages to realize that this story was different, in a good way, and I just couldn’t stop reading.The main hero is Rome, a guy who goes to a new and weird school. That school has two types of students, the regular students and ones who receive a special scholarship and [...]

    8. I am a twenty-six year old woman, with a thought process which leans towards "proof" and "facts", versus "faith" and "maybes". So naturally, it really takes an awesome story, for any sort of fiction-genre to keep my attention. Cursed Hearts not only kept my FULL attention for the entire 446 pages, but it STILL has my attention after the fact! I was almost sad when I finished the book because I just wanted more. That is the sign of writing at its best. Rome and Ariahna are the first-ever set of f [...]

    9. A story that opens up to a world of intriguing characters, mystery, and magic. You will not be able to put this one down. Within the first couple of pages you’ll find that Vardel and its students isn’t your typical high school, and I love that! I enjoyed this incredibly well written story from beginning to end, and only had issues with the amount of foul language these children use. I’ve never seen children in real life talk like that. Minor issue. It honestly didn’t take away from the s [...]

    10. I think I may be in love with Vardell Academy!The characters and the setting reminded me a little of my beloved Hogwarts, but with a completely different storyline. Rome and Ariahna were well developed characters. The whole book was written exceptionally well and there were twists and turns I definitely didn't see coming.I can't wait for the next book!

    11. **Originally written for Book Bliss book blog. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased and honest review**Review: General: This book had a lot of positives, as well as negatives, I always like to start with the positives. The world building in this novel was wonderful. I loved the concept behind it and was not let down in the execution. It was well thought out and well written. I had no trouble envisioning what and where I was at any point in time in the novel. The flow was al [...]

    12. Reviewed by Aly on behalf ofThe Book Landers In the beginning, and throughout Cursed Hearts there seems to be almost a future telling aspect to some of the book. If you watch as many books as you read than you'll definitely be able to hear a voice tone, almost like Jack telling his story in Rise of the Guardians or Narrator Smurf. I loved these little comments that pointed to the future and not only that but a future that doesn't look all that bright.Rome was a real gentleman and yet not too per [...]

    13. CURSED HEARTS is built on a great concept – the descendants of several magical families were cursed and perhaps this generation is the one who has the courage to break it. I liked the Vardel Academy, the school with a hidden magical side. I enjoyed the world building; I thought it was very well done. I think I’d enjoy a prequel which would delve more into the family histories and the beginning of the curse. The main characters (Aria, Rome, Christian, and Kaleb) are all teenagers, but this ha [...]

    14. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.All in all this was a ★★★★★ read with a twist here and there .It's about 2 people that love each other, but there's and old age curse looming over them. Eventually they find a way to break the curse, and they're willing to sacrifice themselves for each other in the name of love, luckily one of the twists comes in to play.Cursed Hearts is about their trials, tribulations, and temptations, and falling in love .Cursed Hearts [...]

    15. This story was extremely compelling and intriguing! As with most YA books, I find there to be a need for excitement and I want to be lured in on the first page. Cursed Hearts did just that! I loved how the authors thoroughly thought out each and every plot and twist and I’m very impressed by how quickly each character came to light in the first chapter and their development grew with each page. I could also feel the emotions of all of the personas, especially Rome- the main man. He was powerfu [...]

    16. I was really pulled into this book. I felt angry on behalf of Rome and was mad at Christian. Ariahna made me sad and then happy. Then Kaleb came along and he just made me want the hit him over the back of his head. That's one of the things that make a good book. A really good book will draw you in and make your imagination work overtime. That is exactly what this book does.

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