Giveaway Dark Promise (Between Worlds #1) by Julia Crane, & Talia Jager ~ Review by Fallon


5 Out of 5 Stars

Author Description:

Rylie has it all - great friends, dream boy, loving family. But on the eve of her sixteenth birthday, her perfect little world shatters. A stranger claiming to be her real mother appears with a secret: Rylie is a faery whose powers will be unleashed on her birthday. Captured and forced into a new life, Rylie struggles to keep everything she loves and discovers a terrifying truth: some promises cannot be broken.

Fallon's Review:

Rylie has always felt like someone is watching her. Little hairs would rise and when she looked no one was there. She starts to get a headache that will not go away and then a back ache. Then she starts to notice changes in the mirror. Rylie thinks she is being paranoid. Until a woman claiming to be her real mother knocks on her door. She informs Rylie the changes she is having is her transformation into Fairy. 

Rylie finds out the birth mark she has always hated on her face marks her as a unique powerful fairy. Her birth mother told her why she hide her and warns Rylie's family of the dark Fairies that will seek her out. When Rylie transforms she is in denial she wants everything to stay the same. Her loving boyfriend and her perfect family. Until she is captured by the enemy.


I love Dark Promise. It has self discovery, love, adventure, and best of all a beautiful fantasy element that will take you in and not let go. Kallan is my new book boyfriend and I so heart him. I can not wait for bok 2. Dark Promise is a must read. Julia Crane and Talia Jager co-wrote this together it seemed effortlessly. I never noticed the change in writing. There was no rotating POVs so that impressed me. I gave this book 5 out of 5 stars and I will now be buying a PB copy to keep on my bookshelf. 


Giveaway 1 Paperback copy of Dark Promise courtesy of Author Julia Crane


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