Review Flee by Miranda Kavi


***GOODREADS GIVEAWAY WINNER***

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Aurora Lockette has a supernatural ability she hides from the world. Gavyn Dhaval is a newly famous actor that shies away from the spotlight. When Aurora and Gavyn literally collide in a fender bender on her first day of law school, they are irresistibly drawn to each other.

When Aurora’s secret is revealed, she has no choice but to abandon Gavyn to go into hiding to escape the media frenzy. A secret society of gifted humans contacts her to warn of dark forces the seek to destroy her and everyone she loves.

Aurora must try to understand who and what she is while she fights to protect herself and her loved ones from a hidden, sinister force.

This book had a lot of potential, but it was very disappointed. The basic story line is a good one but wasn’t fleshed out enough. The characters were one dimensional and blinkered. The ending was very predictable and needs follow up.

The book has 20 chapters, I only really enjoyed 2 or 3 chapters where the fight against the sinister forces happened in New Orleans.

The story as a whole seemed to be rushed and needed to be fleshed out more. unfortunately, there were numerous spelling errors and grammatical errors in the novel as well. I was hoping for more.

If a sequel was to be written I would like to read it even though the rating is low there is a lot of potential. Perhaps a rewrite of this book.

 

 

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About Nicci Hartland

I write about what gets me passionate. Could be happy, sad, controversial, whatever it is, it comes from the heart...
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