Evie’s always thought of herself as a normal teenager, even though she works for the International Paranormal Containment Agency, her ex-boyfriend is a faerie, she’s falling for a shape-shifter, and she’s the only person who can see through supernatural glamours.
She’s also about to find out that she may be at the center of a dark faerie prophecy promising destruction to all paranormal creatures.
So much for normal.
It’s nothing much. Most paranormal books have girls with dresses blowing in the wind.
This review may contain accidental spoilers.
This novel was about a young girl named Evie, who works for IPCA. She is in charge of getting paranormals to bring back to IPCA. Evie considers herself to not be paranormal, even though she can see through the glamours of all paranormals… even shapeshifters.
In the beginning of the book, there is a break in. Evie captures the person and is told not to see him at all. We find that the person who broke in can mysteriously change form. Of course, Evie, since she is quite curious, decides that she needs to keep visiting him and get some answers. Evie and Lend (which we find his name is) hang out more and more and end up falling for each other.
While this is going on, there have been mass killings of paranormals. The only problem: there have been no evidence as to what could of caused it. No fingerprints or marks on the bodies whatsoever.
Evie’s old boyfriend, Reth, who happens to be a faerie, keeps coming back and telling her that she is going to want it. We later find that he is talking about souls.
Towards the end of the book, after all the mass killings, IPCA goes into lockdown mode. While under lockdown mode, IPCA is broken into and Evie finds the mass murderer.
During the second break in, Evie lets Lend out of his prison cell. Evie and Lend escape to Lend’s house.
While Evie is at Lend’s house, she has many dreams of the mass murderer. She finds that her name is Vivian, and they are just like each other.
*I won’t give away any more because I don’t want to give away the ending!*
I absolutely adored Evie. She is one of the funniest characters ever. I really liked how she liked to rebel against the rules. She was told not to travel without permission with faeries, and she does anyway. She was also told not to see the prisoner, but instead she ends up being more than friends with him.
Lend was also a great character. He was very mysterious, and I like that in a good character. He didn’t like to give away anything about himself. We didn’t know much about him until the end. I found that most of my questions were answered.
Vivian was a great “villain.” She tryed to persuade Evie that they were meant to be friends, when all along the prophecy didn’t say anything like that.
I didn’t like Reth for most of the book, until the ending. I noticed that he was really on Evie’s side all along. He was trying to help her, when Evie thought that he was trying to hurt her.
I really liked this book. The characters were probably my favorite part! This was definitely an easy read. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series, Supernaturally. Endlessly, the third book in this series, comes out later this month.
I would definitely recommend this book for someone who enjoys funny characters and paranormal novels.
Have you read this book? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
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