Featured Review: The Werewolf Queen (Brandi Elledge)
About This Book:
I always wished I had supernatural powers. Now I wish I didn’t. Sadie’s a dud, a failure–the only one in high school who doesn’t have any kind of supernatural powers. Her psychic bff, Jo, knows something about Sadie’s future, but just won’t tell. And what the heck is going on when one of her teachers starts looking at her while he’s going on about powerful lost keys, portals of madness, and destinies? Then it all starts. On her 18th birthday, Sadie starts to feel weird. And when werewolves, vampires, and demons all turn up to spoil her party, the weirdness really ramps up. Leaving her best friend, her family, and the only town she’s ever known, Sadie must find safety. But while the king of the werewolves can offer her somewhere to hide while she’s learning about her new powers, he can’t stop his psycho witch fiancée from finding new ways to try and kill her. Of course, the murderous tendencies of this psycho witch only get worse when she realises the Werewolf King is, um… attracted to Sadie. And all that’s before Sadie sets off to try and find one of the lost keys. Before she visits hell. Before she picks up a pet ogre. And before she realizes just how powerful she can become. But if it really is her destiny to collect one of the lost keys, will she be able control her newfound power and help save the world and all the people in it she loves? Or will she buckle under the pressure? She’s about to find out. A mansion surrounded by demons and full of vampires and witches intent on her destruction awaits. Oh, and that psycho-witch fiancée of the Werewolf King. What could possibly go wrong?
*Review Contributed By Bethany Wicker Staff Reviewer*
THE WEREWOLF QUEEN follows Sadie who comes from a long line of witches, but believes she's a fluke. Until she develops the ability to siphon other supernaturals and their powers. This makes her both a weapon and a target. She meets Camden, the werewolf king, and is forced to go with him when her hometown is attacked by demons.
At his place, she learns about her purpose and the keys that can open the portals to release the supernatural beings who've been locked up due to their dangerous tendencies. She also meets different creatures, like Stephen the vampire and Lil the faerie. The more time she spends with Camden, the more she's drawn to him. Being mates makes it even harder to resist his charm.
Brandi Elledge does an amazing job at creating characters with a variety of personalities. It was interesting seeing all of them interacting with each other. There were also bits of humor mixed between this action-packed story that kept things moving at a fast pace. I love watching the relationship between Camden and Sadie grow as the story went on.
Final Verdict: I would recommend this to fans of supernatural creatures, fantasy, action, adventure, and romance.
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