Published by Entangled: Crave on February 22nd 2016
Dating isn’t easy when you’re in the middle of a blood feud.
Anastasia Vila’s family can turn into swans, but just once she’d like them to turn into responsible adults.
After hundreds of years, they still cling to the blood feud with the Renard family. No one remembers how it started in the first place—but foxes and swans just don’t get along.
Vilas can only transform into their swan shape after they have fallen in love for the first time, but between balancing schoolwork, family obligations, and the escalating blood feud, Ana’s got no time for love. The only thing keeping her sane is her best friend, Pierce Kent.
But when Pierce kisses Ana, everything changes.
Is what Pierce feels for her real, or a byproduct of her magic? Can she risk everything for her best friend? And when the family feud spirals out of control, Ana must stop the fight before it takes away everything she loves.
This Entangled Teen Crave book contains language, violence, and lots of kissing. Warning: it might induce strong feelings of undeniable attraction for your best friend.
Ana is like any normal girl she has a best friend, she has a crush, she struggles with balancing family life with school. The exception being that her family are swans. She is working hard to earn her wings by falling love while battling a feud with another family that she doesn’t even know the reason for. Her sanity is at stake if she can’t find for everyone to get along, so she can fall in love, and get her wings.
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The Pearls – This was a very well-written story. It had great prose and a solid plot line. The descriptions were breathtaking and you felt you right in the action.
The POV’s were solid. It was good to have alternating POV’s so you got more depth of the story. There was no confusion in who was who. Another element that was well done.
The characters were well developed. There was a great cast of supporting characters. I would say this was very much a character driven story. It was a unique story, I have never read anything like it. I was left feeling enchanted.
The Sand – The story had a slow start, but more than made up for it in the end.