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Sweet Evil (Sweet Evil series) by Wendy Higgins. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. Sweet Evil book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Embrace the ForbiddenWhat if there were teens whose lives literally. Fans of Cassandra Clares Mortal Instruments series will be drawn to Wendy Higginss sexy, thrilling Sweet Evil series. Sweet Peril focuses on the battle between.
Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Sweet Evil , please sign up. I was trying to recall where I heard the names from. What ages would you recommend this book for? Victoria I don't think I would recommend this book to anyone younger than Not that I'm naive enough to think that kids younger than that aren't exposed …more I don't think I would recommend this book to anyone younger than Not that I'm naive enough to think that kids younger than that aren't exposed to sex, drugs, and alcohol in real life, but I simply couldn't in good conscience put this book into the hands of someone younger than that due to the mature themes it contains.
Children and teenagers these days are exposed to too much too soon, and I while we can't stop that from happening, we don't have to help it along. Just my two cents. See all 23 questions about Sweet Evil…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 22, Jennifer Armentrout rated it it was amazing. I just realized I hadn't rated this.
Oh, wow. Loved this book. Angel books are hard to do and this one is the best. And Kaidan? Can I lick him? Heck, I'll lick Wendy. Maybe shouldn't have written that. This is why I don't do reviews.
Le sigh. View all 28 comments. Recommended to Anzu by: I walked right into this one. And I mean it. I totally mean it. I could tell I was going to regret getting it since page one. Aaanyways, lemme tell you what Sweet Evil is all about. So we have this girl Anna. She is goodness personified. An angel. Higgins wanted to create the perfect sweet little heroine. She failed miserably. Am I making sense? And yes she does see herself ugly but in reality she is so hot that all the boys from their school want to bang her.
So we have Saint Anna who is a misunderstood little hipster. I mean she has a freckle!!! At the end of her upper lip!!! Oh yes, this makes her a more believable character. Yeah, so Saint Anna is a special kind of bird.
She has this mood-ring thing going on. You remember those little things? The mood rings? You put it on and it changes color. And you look at a little chart that tells you what that color says about your current mood.
I wish it did though. Anyhow, Anna is a big flat chested mood ring. And she has a superhero olfactory sense. Being able to hear and see and smell everything within a one-mile radius was major sensory overload. Then can you sense how overly stinky this book is? Can you Saint Anna??? Oh my! Get this. Very original if I do say so myself. Why do they all have British accents again?
And the funny thing is that mostly American authors feel the need to specify that the hottie has a British accent. That adds to their sexiness. Not fun anymore people so move on! So this dude Kaidan, as you can already tell, is another perfect being. Everyone seems to be perfect in this book. So he seems perfect from every way.
He is actually a stuck up asshole. A big fat loser. Teenage visions of hotties. You suck. Who was this girl invading my brain? A fucking idiot. Good gracious, he was sexy—a word that had not existed in my personal vocabulary until that moment. It makes you wonder how Higgins sees teenagers, does it not. The purity!! I tried to focus on his words and not his luxuriously accented voice, which made everything sound lovely. Gosh, his eyes were gorgeous—the color of tropical honeymoon waters ringed in dark sapphire and enclosed by thick lashes.
Tropical honeymoon waters you say. Oh and by the way he is special too. I forgot to mention this earlier. He has the same mood-ring color bullshit going on as our sweet little Saint Anna. Or at least something similar to that. Back to the story. Why am I not surprised? Why oh why dear heavens? Prepare to abort mission. And the thing is Patti her mum knows about Kaidan being a sexual deviant. On a road trip. The two teenagers alone. For a couple of days. And she comes up with the idea herself.
You go crazy over a party that Saint Anna wanted to attend. You called the parents to make sure the kids will be supervised and all. And now the Virgin Anna wants to go out of town with the hottest dude on the planet that happens to be a demon.
Eventually they go on the trip and poor Saint Anna is trying her best to avoid being seduced by the sexy Kaidan. She rents one room for both of them, stalks him, kisses him, sees him buck naked the morning after. Oh dear lord the cheesiness! It feeds on your brain cells like a drunken leprechaun feeds on four leaf clovers. A short conclusion? Saint Anna is a fucking idiot, she tries her best to act smart but she fails miserably.
Kaidan is the hottest guy on the planet and we keep on getting reminders of that on every page of the book. Patti is the most retarded parent you could ever meet. View all comments. The sheer amount of ridiculousness in this pages long novel is dumbfounding. I spent a great deal of time laughing in disbelief or growling in frustration because of it. The characters are as one dimensional as a stick figure.
And sometimes even just plain wrong. Anna is the mother of goodie-two-shoes. Well, she did once On purpose. Wait till you read what she lied about. She cries all the time. She says one thing, but does the other.
Her adoptive mother, Patti, is the worst and most awkward parent ever. Who talks like this? And what adult weeps like a year-old when facing a problem? He and his demon minions are responsible for all the drunks and drug addicts in this world, basically.
So, being the good father that he is, he shows his daughter how to hold her liquor. Under my supervision. Well figure out how much you can handle in a certain amount of time, and practice controlling it so you can stay coherent and not get drunk. Or as Anna once said: Absolutely not. Just like the characters, the story did, too, rub me totally the wrong way.
Higgins completely failed to create a believable and internally consistent narrative. It went from one ridiculous and odd thing to another. The way she moved the story from point A to point B was unsettling. Screw logic and common sense. Let the loaded year-old boy, the MC and her mother just met, offer them both a ride. Just write down that the mother has to work. No reader will mind that her child is only sixteen. She will totally come off as a hip and cool mom. Duh, just make Kaidan an emancipated minor.
How convenient that he happens to have a parole hearing coming up. That's just so dandy! I could go on and on Would I recommend this read? No, absolutely not. Not even to my biggest enemy. But seeing how many other readers were thrilled by this book I don't know. Maybe some of you will, for some inexplicable reason, actually like it. But Sweet Evil most definitely wasn't my cup of tea. View all 46 comments. Jul 25, Ezmirelda rated it it was amazing Shelves: I'm going to be upfront with you about this book—Sweet Evil tops the books coming out in easily.
There's no way I can tell you how much I utterly adore this book, which is why I took me forever to write a proper review for it. I'll start off with why I love this book so much. Originality—finally someone who gets it right! Among all the books out there about angels and demons Sweet Evil has the most original take on them that I've read.
The whole badge concept and the fact that the Nephilim I'm going to be upfront with you about this book—Sweet Evil tops the books coming out in easily. The whole badge concept and the fact that the Nephilim's sole purpose is being bad influences to humans is pure genius! The characters. If there's any YA character that is swoon-worthy than Kaidan Rowe is exactly that. Every time he's in a scene of the book I'm practically bouncing up and down with excitement.
There isn't a thing I don't like about him. Kaidan is my man. The plot's pacing is perfect. I never felt bored anywhere or felt the need to stop. There was always something interesting to keep my attention. Which brings me to my 3rd reason for loving this—high stakes. The higher the stakes are in a book the more I want to read it.
Sweet Evil does not fail in making that happen. I am completely enamored with SweetEvil.
It's one of those books you're only expecting to read for about a half hour or so because you're busy and have other work you should probably be attending to and end up reading the whole thing in one sitting, forgetting all the things you had to do that day Spoken from true experience! So yeah, even though I've already read this I'm going straight to the bookstore in May to get a shiny brand new copy and will probably re-read it several times until the next one comes out.
So if you have read through the entire novel you know that Patti Anna's mom knew that Anna was never going to be just a normal person. She knows that Anna is destined for something. Now you can't say parents like this don't exist in the REAL world because they most certainly do.
I'm not much of a religious person but I knew a lot of the things in this book was referenced from biblical text.
If you read the scene about Anna's birth and how Patti came to adopt her it makes sense why Patti would believe that letting Anna go was the right thing for her to do. NOW, if I didn't know any backstory on Anna's birth and wasn't paying attention to her mother's attitude toward religion then I would have thought her consenting to the trip was a crazy idea but that is not the case here.
View all 20 comments. Feb 11, Sana rated it did not like it Shelves: You've been warned. And if you liked this book then don't read my review bc you're going to end up pissed off?? Guys, never in my life, have I ever something as shitty, annoying and fucking petty as this fucking book. This book made me want to cut my fucking eyeballs out and cry in annoyance and frustration.
Never have I read a book this horrible , that I was to the point where it physically hurt me to turn another page and read the bullshit that is this book.
Literally, I am crying tears of pain. First of fucking all, who the fuck let this get published in the fucking Young Adult genre? I'm sorry, who the fuck let this book get published at all??? And that cover. That fucking cover is so horrible my eyes hurt looking at it. The writing: Hey y'all, are you guys sure an adult wrote this??? You sure it's isn't some 12 or thirteen year old?
Y'all sure? For real? Literally, what the fucking fuck is the writing. So fucking immature, beyond fucking annoying , bland as fuck, petty as fuck, and did I mention annoying as fucking fuck? This is how the author described some of the "things" in this book: The author also gives this shitload of info dumping and i'm just like????? That's literally nothing, this entire book was me having to read about a fucking whiny special snowflake who couldn't shut the fucking hell up about how much she fucking want Kaidan fucking Rowe.
Like, bitch, shut your mother fucking annoying, whiny bitch ass mouth about how fucking hot Kaidan is and how much you want his fucking dick buried in your fucking vagina. I legit feel like this entire book was about this annoying, whiny bitch wanting Kaidan's dick in her vagina, which she sadly mistakes for "love. I fucking hated her and I'm hoping she dies sometime in the next books. And Kaidan. Mother fucking Kaidan you guys! The hottest guy to ever place foot on the entire fucking earth.
Makes every girl panties drip, you guys! He's so fucking hot and Anna couldn't seem to shut the fuck up about how fucking hot he was! This entire book is Anna lusting after this bitch Kaidan. I hate Kaidan. And I hope he dies sometime later in the series too! Well it was from the book BR numero dos with my ass whipper who I couldn't have survived without. View all 52 comments.
I don't know but the audio ruined it so I don't know how I feel. Damn it all!!! View all 17 comments. To all YA paranormal readers. My Anna and Kaiden: The demons have to take different measures with different cultures, because some are more accepting of sin, while others are stricter.
They come up with ingenious ways to promote pain and apathy, kind of like marketing schemes. Seek pleasure. Eat, drink, and be merry. Carpe diem. She never lies, because even small harmless lie makes h My Anna and Kaiden: She never lies, because even small harmless lie makes her uncomfortable. She is strongly tempted to all "bad" things, but so far she has always been able to resist them. With her extremely enhanced senses and ability to see and feel feelings of other people, she is aware of the fact that she is different.
Than she meets attractive drummer and bad boy Kaiden who seems too be different himself and has answers to her questions. The feelings between those two evoke but when Anna discovers her true origin, she realizes that Kaiden may be too bad for her and being together is very dangerous for both of them.
Will she be able to resist this sweet evil temptation??? Anna was quite a naive character at the beginning since she was sheltered from all bad her whole life. However, she was extremely nice and compassionate person, she really grew on me and I ended up loving her a lot.
I really liked Kaiden too. He was destined to do bad things but Anna discovered something good in him, got under his skin and gave him a hope. It was very insteresting to read about how afftected Kaiden was by Anna but simultaneously tried to stay true to his sinful origin. Sweet Evil was excellent introduction into this YA paranormal series. First half was not very action-driven BUT it was very interesting to find out all those information about Nephilims and get to know characters.
Moreover, banters and conversations between Anna and Kaiden were entertaining and chemistry between them was off the charts. I was pleasantly surprised that even though Sweet Evil is YA story, some scenes were really hot! The second half was undownputtable, I loved every second of it and I cannot wait to find out what is in store for Anna, Kaiden and other characters in next instalment!
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Jul 27, Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws rated it really liked it. Anna Whitt is anything but normal and she knows it. She feels like a freak except when she is with her friend Jason. Jason eats, breathes and lives music and also has taken Anna into his fold.
The characters in this book are really swoon worthy. Anna is a sweet girl who had been kept in the dark for a long time by her adoptive mother. But when she finds out about herself she accepts it immediately as she had always known that something was different about her.
However, she is not one of those overthinking sissy female leads who moans about how unfair her life is or over analyze every situation. She is practical and always ready to do what needs to be done. But his strength and integrity of character is unquestionable. But the character I loved the most was Kopano. His strength of character is what makes him stand out in the story.
He went against his very own nature to do what was right. I love him for that. So this book opened a new world of ideas to me — ideas that I truly liked. It was so simple yet engrossing that a few bumps along the way did not matter much.
Overall, I liked the plot and I am looking forward to the next part in the installment — just hoping there will be bit more action in it. View 2 comments. Nov 16, Abbi Glines added it. Couldn't put it down. BUT being the hopeless romantic I am, the ending upset me.
I know there will be another book in this series but the waiting is going to be tough. Excellent read though. View all 8 comments. Jan 28, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: Los personajes fueron presentados muy bien y con un rol de entrada que puede evolucionar y desarrollarse muy bien.
Ann Alerta de spoilers Sweet Evil, bueno, primero que nada: Todos los eventos, el viaje a l. A, las. Altamente recomendado. Feb 12, Zain Otoom rated it it was ok. So, I'm not going to make a hateful rant where I just stomp on this book and throw it in a blazing fire or flush it down the toilet or Because, one: I wish I did too!
I actually was enjoying the first two hundred-ish pages. I know I said I'm not writing a hateful rant but I did get a bit hateful on the characters, just a heads-up! But then it got boring because of all the angst that was thrown at me. Like I didn't sign up for this much drama and oh-he-doesn't-love-me-I'm-nothing-without-him-wah-wah-wah shit, okay?? All I wanted was just a fun easy book to read and forgive all the tiny—huge in this case—problematic troops and cliche romance that can get quite cringe-y.
So, Anna, the main sweet virgin who knows nothing about boys and is shy and can't handle herself around other people. Her best and only friend, Jay—because fuck female friends right? They're bitches anyway, except for Anna of course! She a virgin duh! She ain't hanging with all those sluts who only want to sleep with every hot guy they meet, like, duh!!
Sorry I got off track again. As I was saying, Jay has to babysit her everywhere, because without him, she might get drugged, raped, killed, or all of them together.
She can't read people for shit. Everyone's nice right? They won't hurt me!!!!!!!!!!!! She doesn't say that but that's how her actions translate for me. Kaiden, he was okay in the beginning, kinda jerk face, but who am I to talk, apparently jerks are the hot stuff nowadays.
They get all them ladies' panties wet yo. Now, it got boring for me because of this problem that arose, I was like, "Wait this problem has always existed, since the beginning, why is it only being acknowledged now?
As I said the problem was there from the beginning!! This whole book wouldn't exist if it was handled at the start! The world is kinda interesting, I admit, but the way the author built it was the worst kind of way. Yes, yes and yes.
The hideous info dump. A whole fucking long ass chapter would be Anna talking to someone to help her understand the shit that's happening. Like seriously, the author couldn't think of another way? I understand that Anna needs someone to tell her the stuff, but really??? I think 1. Not gonna continue on the trilogy because when I think about reading more about Anna and her whining, and how she loves Kaiden and can't move on from him to another dude; I think I'd have more fun watching paint dry.
Seems like some ridiculous read, but nonetheless, fun. It's not like what you might be thinking, I swear. View all 25 comments. Jun 22, Evie Janelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: In your faces!!! Review coming soon! As soon as we get the cover art! Reviews aren't cool without pretty cover art to go with them.
D Love you, Wendy! I am anyway! Okay, so yes, Wendy's one of my best friends, and yes, I got to Beta read this awesome book, but no, I will not lie in my reviews. So when I say it's awesome, I mean it! Wendy combines so much of what readers love to read in YA with this book. She leaves out the problems that make people annoyed and replaces them with original ideas and realistic situations that made me forget I was reading a commercial paranormal romance.
I fell in love with Kaidan, one of the few paranormal male leads that is realistic with all the qualities we girl readers love. Sweet Evil is just such a breath of fresh air, with great writing and exciting plot twists and discoveries. Loved every minute of it! Read it! Full review at Blue Butterfly Books. View all 9 comments. First things first, this book may have a healthy helping of the sweet but it certainly delivered the evil with that cliff hanger ending.
I need to get my hands all over book two in this series and luckily for me it's available to instant one-click. What a likeable, interesting and addictive young adult read. Wendy Higgins is an author who had a tale to tell and has shared it well. Packed to the brim with action, self discovery and a simmering attraction between good and evil I think I've found myself an enjoyable paranormal series to get lost in. Read on for my sweet and oh-so-evil book thoughts What's it all about?
Anna Whitt has always know she was different, growing up with an ability to see and feel the emotions of those around her, she is aware that she has an extraordinary gift. What she's about to discover is that there's a whole world unknown to her that whether she likes it or not she is apart of. During this journey of self discovery she meets the dangerously attractive drummer, Kaidan Rowe, he's the one temptation that she is finding hard to resist, and is discovering that all she wants is to jump into this simmering attraction with abandon.
But Anna has much more to discover than just her first love she has a life time of questions and unanswered pieces to the puzzle to unravel and so Anna starts on the path towards finding love, discovering the meaning of her life and fulfilling her destiny. What did I like? What a wickedly delicious tale of good vs evil, Wendy Higgins has created a good balance of storyline, fun and young adult appropriate romance.
There was plenty to like about this novel and after being on my 'to be read' shelf for longer than necessary I finally decided to take the plunge and although this book didn't sweep me away into 'five-star-love-struck-book-heaven' it certainly gave me a solid enjoyment level of entertainment. The unexpectedness of the story line was the winning factor for this book, the twists and turns and character development all pulled together to make an exiting and interesting race to the finish.
Why not five? Let me start by saying that a three star rating from me means that I enjoyed it, it was likeable, I never wanted to stop reading the book. But when I compared it to what I wold consider 'like-for -like' in this genre it didn't quite meet up to the enjoyment factor of those books or series. One of the main factors for a lesser rating was the lack of butterfly inducing scenes, I missed the character connection somewhat, but having said that this book has got me hooked and I'm more than willing to carry on with the series.
My other issue was how close to the bone it felt in terms of spiritual happenings, I think because of my personal faith it might have developed in my mind as too true to likeness of reality, instead of a paranormal romance that is up there with the reality of fairies and goblins. Final thoughts This is a young adult paranormal series that has got it's claws in me, I can't wait to pick up book two in this series and I'll be sure to look out for more from this author.
One more thing worth mentioning, for a young adult series the characters, Kaidan and Anna were something special I can't wait to learn more about them and hopefully fall in love right along side them. Go grab it readers, I believe book three in the trilogy is available in April. View all 77 comments. Nov 18, Sandra rated it it was amazing. Seriously Ms. Wiggins I don't know how you do it but you made my legs like jelly again! I love Kaidan's POV. I hope that there will be more shorts on his POV.
How can I have just read this now? Thank you Pang for letting me know about these shorts! Merged review: Will he set her wings on fire? Anna was good.
She always had the urge to do the right thing. She tried her best to blur out the weird things that were happening to her so that she could live as normally as she could.
She was not expecting her world to turn upside down when she met the drummer of the band Lascivious, Kaidan Rowe. Kaidan Rowe was bad news and she knew it. There was something about the elusive Kaidan that draws Anna to him. Was it just his charm? They were nothing like each other. But are they really different or more the same? They were pretty good.
Sweet evil. You have to admit that title would make you curious. The cover was pretty haunting. The balance of the white and the black and the red gown. It was just so good. But of course I am not very happy with the guy on the cover.
Kaidan was H. T and not C. D and that guy on the cover was C. Not really Kaidan like for me. I mean I could go on and on all day about Kaidan but I will have to get to that later. When I started reading this book I was so happy. I loved the writing style and the character Anna already made an impression on me. But then I had to stop for a while because it was too slow for me. I was also seriously thinking about just not finishing the book all together because I am not really a fan of slow paced books.
I get bored easily. Still I picked it up and decided to just go on with it and give it another shot. Imagine my surprise! It was so great! I was so glad I finished it. Reading this book gave me a wide range of emotions. It got me serious, happy, sad, scared, curious, anxious, and impatient and a bunch of other stuff. It will definitely catch you off guard. It will keep you at the edge waiting on what will happen next. It will blow your mind!
I think the gradual pace change definitely worked for this book. It will give you enough time to adjust with the information that will be shared by the characters about who they are and what they are dealing with.
Also another thing that I found good with this book was the use of the angels and the demons. There was some truth in it. I mean we all know what happened to Lucifer and the fallen angels right? And this book stayed true to that but with a bunch of other stuff included. It was pretty believable for me. It almost made me fear that there were such things as the Dukes of Hell and their sons or daughters that roam with us every day without us ever knowing.
I am a big fan on angel books and for those who know me, I am a very big fan of the Mortal Instruments and if you are too then you will probably get culture shock when you read this. There were a lot of seriously good stuff here. She also leaves good lines once in a while. And although she was good in every sense of the word , she was still human.
She gets hurt. She feels pain. She feels insecure. She was so real to me and I loved that about her. She was flawed and not the perfect but helpless girl in almost every YA books now a days.
Kaidan I totally take back what I said about not being able to connect with him because I totally could now. I mean wow! This guy had a lot of things going on. First off, I would like to warn everyone that this guy is oozing with H.
I know it looks weird but he makes me lick my lips.
A lot! He was not your typical lead male character. He was H. T yes but he was bad news! I just wish Kaidan finds himself or finds me at least. D I imagine him looking something like this: Other Characters There are a lot of other characters you should look out for. Well I am going to tell you that you are soooo wrong! Just by reading about these two kids make my insides tingle with excitement. I was so under their spell.
I was just speechless although out It was this steamy! Just kidding. This book was steamy but not that graphic or anything. But really Anna and Kaidan? They are just so perfect for each other. Like it or not but they are. Closing Thoughts This book was such a surprise to me. I never expected myself to really like it and devour it and get addicted to it like this. There is just so much to love about this book.
One of which is the flow of the story slow but gradually increasing until you throw yourself out of your seat because of excitement. But still I adore it all the more because it kept me interested enough to know what will happen to this steamy uncanny couple.
Give me the next book already Wendy! I want to get more Kaidan! Wendy I want to hug you and never let you go for making such a successful and greatly addictive read. I am definitely a fan!
So excited for the next book! A perfect 5! View all 31 comments. Dec 13, Danny rated it it was amazing Shelves: Review posted at Bewitched Bookworms You know why I love reading? Remember last week when I was raving and fangirling over Of Poseidon? Be aware, this will happen again, right now! Anna was always able to see the aura of other people and she knew she was differ Review posted at Bewitched Bookworms You know why I love reading?
Anna was always able to see the aura of other people and she knew she was different, yet she never knew why. And… its not pretty! The whole story was fast paced, never boring and I especially loved the time frame. There is so much happening, yet never overwhelming. Anna — sweet adorable innocent Anna! Anna was such an incredible wonderful character and I wanted to hug her simply for being her.
I loved Anna with her naivety and innocence and she as a character worked absolutely perfect for this story!!
He is one of those characters that instantly made an impression and you cannot turn away from him, being utterly fascinated by this boy the instant he enters to the stage! In all honesty, I have no words to describe the effect Kaidan had on me. He featured everything I love in paranormal novels including his outrageous attitude, seductive hotness, strong package and the promise that there is more inside him which needs to be discovered. He uses girls, throws them away, yet he mostly comes out unscathed.
At the same time, Anna is the first girl that ever wants to look into his soul and his heart — something incredibly frightening for Kaidan. There is something about Anna that will ruin everything he has ever believed in … He was smoking hot.
As in H-O-T-T, hott.
This guy was extra-t-worthy. I was right there with Anna, feeling her emotions instead of reading them, absorbing them and making them my own. I want to feel the butterflies when they kiss I want to feel the heartbreak and I want to shed tears with them!
Sweet evil is all that and more! We never get too far, although this teasing was driving me nuts! Bottom Line: Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins is a highly seductive read, with intense and memorable characters which will suck you into their tale and occupy your mind even after finishing the last page.
View all 12 comments. Nov 11, Victoria rated it it was ok Recommended to Victoria by: Judith Judith'sChoiceReads. More like 2. A very generous rating First of all, I'm going to say this is not a bad book. It has a lot of flaws Come on, every book has its flaws and merits. That's probably the only thing I was looking forward to reading Sweet Evil.
Sweet Evil was a very frustrating read and I mean the-hair-pulling-and-throwing-the-book-across-the-wall-frustration. First, I had some problems with the characters. Actually, minus tha More like 2. Actually, minus that! I have a lot of issues with the characters! The MC Anna was absolutely naive, annoying, innocent, and can be very careless and stupid! Aside those qualities, she is definitely a Mary Sue perfect face except the freckle at the end which she thinks is her flaw, perfect body, perfect grades, and has special senses who doesn't realizes it.
At one point, she says she promise to stay away from Kaiden, but she does the complete opposite. If you say you're going to do this, then don't do the opposite! Higgins wanted to create the perfect sweet little heroine. She failed miserably. Am I making sense? And yes she does see herself ugly but in reality she is so hot that all the boys from their school want to bang her.
So we have Saint Anna who is a misunderstood little hipster. I mean she has a freckle!!! At the end of her upper lip!!! Oh yes, this makes her a more believable character. Yeah, so Saint Anna is a special kind of bird. She has this mood-ring thing going on. You remember those little things?
The mood rings? You put it on and it changes color. And you look at a little chart that tells you what that color says about your current mood. I wish it did though. Anyhow, Anna is a big flat chested mood ring. And she has a superhero olfactory sense. Being able to hear and see and smell everything within a one-mile radius was major sensory overload. Then can you sense how overly stinky this book is? Can you Saint Anna??? Oh my! Get this. Very original if I do say so myself.
Why do they all have British accents again? And the funny thing is that mostly American authors feel the need to specify that the hottie has a British accent. That adds to their sexiness. Not fun anymore people so move on! So this dude Kaidan, as you can already tell, is another perfect being.
Everyone seems to be perfect in this book. So he seems perfect from every way. He is actually a stuck up asshole. A big fat loser. Teenage visions of hotties. You suck. Who was this girl invading my brain? A fucking idiot. Good gracious, he was sexy—a word that had not existed in my personal vocabulary until that moment.