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    Review: Onyx

    Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout will be released in the U.S. on August 14, 2012 in paperback and eBook formats. It is currently available to pre-order online in paperback format only at Amazon and in both formats at Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Entangled Teen, the print edition is 416 pages.

    Onyx is the second book in author Jennifer L. Armentrout’s Lux series. The third book, Opal, is slated for release on December 11, 2012.

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    Goodreads description:

    Being connected to Daemon Black sucks…

    Daemon’s determined to prove what he feels for me is more than a product of our bizarre connection. I’ve sworn him off even though he’s running more hot than cold these days. But against all common sense, I’m falling for him. Hard.

    Our relationship issues aren’t out biggest problem…

    The Department of Defense is here. If they ever find out what Daemon can do and that we’re linked, I’m a goner. So is he. And when a new boy shows up a school with a secret of his own, things get complicated fast. I need to choose between my own instincts and Daemon’s.

    But then everything changes…

    I’ve seen someone who shouldn’t be alive. Daemon’s never going to stop searching until gets the truth. What happened to his brother? Who betrayed him? And what does the DOD want from them—from me?

    No one is who they seem. And not everyone will survive the lies.

    ***

    Katy Swartz’s entire life changed the day she met Daemon Black. Going back to the life she had before she met him wasn’t an option. But she wasn’t sure that moving forward with him was something she wanted either.

    After everything they’d gone through together, she just wanted a chance at normal for awhile. A chance with someone who didn’t drive her crazy. A chance with someone she wasn’t connected to. A chance with someone other than Daemon. Someone human.

    But try as she might, she just couldn’t seem to stay away from him.

    Even with the new boy more than willing to offer her a distraction. Even with the knowledge that being with Daemon put her and everyone she knew in danger. And even though the possibility of a happily ever after for them was more dream than reality.

    Maybe it was their connection. Maybe it was because she needed his protection. Maybe she really did like him. Or maybe it was just the simple fact that she was his Kitten.

    Whatever the reason, she’d have to make her mind up about Daemon fast, because time is running out. Someone’s been telling lies. Someone has betrayed their trust. Someone’s coming after them.

    And this time luck might not be on their side.

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    Onyx is the electrifying second book in Jennifer L. Armentrout’s Lux series. Tension-filled, suspenseful and exciting from start to finish, this book will keep readers on edge as each new discovery is made, each secret uncovered, each new danger unleashed and each betrayal revealed.

    Shocking surprises, deadly threats, heartbreaking losses and sizzling chemistry all combine to make this sequel a blazing-fast and addictive must read. With the return of the series’ two favorite characters – Katy and Daemon – and the introduction of a few new ones, readers must decide what to believe, who to trust and who the real enemies are.

    As Katy Swartz tries to cope with the connection she has with Daemon, she’ll have to find a way to determine whether his interest in her is real or a product of their bond. And she’ll have to decide not only whether she can trust his feelings for her but whether she can trust her feelings for him.

    But with a new arrival in town, someone who seems to be able to offer Katy the normalcy she’s been longing for, things with Daemon seem that much less clear. So when she gets the opportunity to learn to protect herself instead of relying on Daemon she jumps at the chance.

    Even if it means keeping secrets. And even if it means risking her own safety by putting her trust in a stranger. Because as dangerous as that may be, it’s nothing compared to the risk she’d have to take by putting her trust and her heart in Daemon’s hands.

    Author Jennifer L. Armentrout has delivered yet another spellbinding book in this series. Her lovable heroine Katy and the easy flow to her writing will keep readers coming back for more. Her at times antagonistic protagonist Daemon will keep readers transfixed. And her intriguing and nail-biting plot infused with humor, sarcasm, fiery personalities and smoldering chemistry will leave readers anxious for Opal, the next book in the series.

    Onyx is an absolute must for anyone who enjoyed Obsidian, for readers who love an easy to devour book with characters they’ll want to connect to and for fans of paranormal/sci-fi books with a bit of a mystery, a whole lot of action and an electrically-charged love story.

    Reviewer gives this book…

    Like In-N-Out Burger‘s infamous secret menu this one deserves my off-the-menu 6 star rating.

    On a personal note:

    I completely and totally inhaled this book. Once I finally had a second to pick it up that is. And once I did I could not put it down. Yes it was unputdownable. Well, until just before the end when I didn’t want to keep reading because I didn’t want it to end.

    Onyx had all the heat and chemistry that Obsidian had. But it had so much more – more danger, more sizzle, more heartbreak, more angst, more danger…did I say that already? That’s okay. It deserves to be mentioned twice. The threats in this book were way more deadly than those in that first book.

    And there was more story development in this sequel. The plot progressed quite a bit actually. We got to learn so much more about this world the author created. And as far as character development? Oh there was a whole lot of that. Let’s just say that we got a much closer and longer look at Daemon.

    Yes, Daemon, who finally became more than the hot, sexy jerk he was in that first book. Though he was every bit as hot, every bit the tease, and every bit the tormenter of Katy, he showed us that isn’t all he is. There is more to him. And he has much more to offer.

    Katy drove me a little batty in this book because she was so stubborn when it came to Daemon and so secretive when she could have been so much more open. What about? Well, that I can’t say without being seriously spoiler-y. But she had a few chances to open up and chose to remain silent. And let’s just say there were consequences for those actions. Big ones.

    But Katy also was seriously awesome in this book. She did things…. Well I can’t say exactly what things she did or that would be spoiler-y too, but she did do some things that I never thought possible. Not by her. And by the end of this book she was definitely a different Katy than she was at the start of it.

    As if it wasn’t enough that this book was filled with action, and packed full of Daemon and Katy moments, there were some other moments that made my breath catch, made me bite my nails and made me wish and hope and plead for certain outcomes. And some that made me desperately wish they wouldn’t ever come true.

    I did get all twisty inside from this one particular scene and maybe another one. And very possibly a third. I actually couldn’t believe just how much happened in this book. The story was packed so full and yet I kept wanting more. At the end I just wanted to keep reading even though there was no story left to read.

    Onyx made me want to go back and re-read Obsidian the second I finished it. I wanted to compare the Daemon in that book with the Daemon in this one and I wanted to do the same for Katy.

    I loved this new side of Daemon that we got to see. I loved learning more about the Luxen. And I both loved and hated the new character that made an appearance in this book and in Katy’s life.

    I can’t wait to find out what happens in Opal. I am dying to learn what the meaning behind that particular title is. I am even more nervous about what’s going on with the DOD and incredibly anxious about some of the dangers that have arisen.

    I am so worried that things are not going to end well. And I’m terrified about just how other things will progress. Especially after what happened at the end. While not totally unexpected, as the author built it up so perfectly, there are so many different directions the story can take.

    Most of which have the potential to be utterly heartbreaking. And where things can go very, very wrong. Fast.

    I just know the wait for Opal will be so unbelievably tortuous. It’s only been a short time since I finished Onyx and I’m already going crazy. So a re-read of both books may be in order, because release date for the third book in the series is a long, long ways away.

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    If I had to choose a favorite passage that sizzled I couldn’t pick just one. This book was full of all sorts of heat. So, I decided to choose one that summed Daemon Black up perfectly.

    …Daemon leaned over the center console and kissed me. The tender touch was so at odds with what he’d just said. Deadly and sweet–that was what Daemon was; two very different kinds of souls rested in him, fused together.

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    To get a peek at the first two chapters of ONYX, click here.

    This review is based on an eARC I received from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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    Book Watch: Onyx

    Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout will be released in the U.S. on August 14, 2012 in paperback format and will likely be available on release date in eBook format.

    It is currently available to pre-order online in paperback format only at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Entangled Teen, the print edition is 416 pages.

    Onyx is the second book in author Jennifer L. Armentrout’s Lux series. The third book in the series, Opal, is slated for release on December 11th of this year.

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    It’s yet another week where I didn’t even have to check around to know exactly which book I’d be spotlighting. August 14th has been a date I’ve had red flagged in my mind for quite some time. Probably since the moment the release date was announced.

    And while it’s not yet available to pre-order in eBook format, I have been checking, almost daily, to see if Onyx has been made available for my Kindle. I may be just a little bit obsessed with this sequel.

    I have been a huge fan of Jennifer L. Armentrout’s writing since before her first novel, Half-Blood, was released. And I became an even bigger fan when Obisidian, the first book in her Lux series came out. There’s just something about that Daemon Black….

    While I have an early copy, which I’ve already begun to read – and yes it’s even more amazing than the first book – I can’t wait for its official release on the 14th. And while it has been quite the hyped book on the interwebs, it’s one that is very deserving of the buzz it’s received. The author makes it just so easy to get caught up in her story. The chemistry between Katy and Daemon just sizzles. And the story is one that will turn even the staunchest of opponents of sci fi into a fan.

    I can’t wait to find out if Daemon proves to Katy that there is more to their feelings for each other than just this connection they have. And I am dying to find out just what  the DOD is up to and who this new boy is. I am wondering if he’ll be a little competition for Daemon. Hoping, actually….

    Even though I’ll have read Onyx before its release date, there is no way I wouldn’t choose it as the Book to Watch this week. The author’s writing alone makes it spotlight worthy. Add in a whole lot of Daemon, a potentially nail-biting story and another book in the series to look forward to this year and this book practically shines all on its own.

    To read the first two chapters of Onyx on Scribd, CLICK HERE.

    Places to Watch

    The author on TWITTER

    The author on FACEBOOK

    The author on GOODREADS

    The author’s BLOG

    The author’s WEBSITE

    The author’s books on FACEBOOK

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    About the Book

    Goodreads description:

    Being connected to Daemon Black sucks…

    Daemon’s determined to prove what he feels for me is more than a product of our bizarre connection. I’ve sworn him off even though he’s running more hot than cold these days. But against all common sense, I’m falling for him. Hard.

    Our relationship issues aren’t out biggest problem…

    The Department of Defense is here. If they ever find out what Daemon can do and that we’re linked, I’m a goner. So is he. And when a new boy shows up a school with a secret of his own, things get complicated fast. I need to choose between my own instincts and Daemon’s.

    But then everything changes…

    I’ve seen someone who shouldn’t be alive. Daemon’s never going to stop searching until gets the truth. What happened to his brother? Who betrayed him? And what does the DOD want from them—from me?

    No one is who they seem. And not everyone will survive the lies.

    Other Amazing Books to Watch

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    My Reading Pile #71

    I didn’t technically get any books to read this week, but what I did get was a giant box of awesome from Rachel Vincent. I’d sent all the books for the Soul Screamers Reading Challenge to be signed and I got them back this week. So I had to share a picture of the awesome. And yes, I had a book of my own signed, too.

    And I knew that the author was going to be signing some gorgeous postcards, but I didn’t know how gorgeous they’d be.

    I’m in love…. There are no other words…. I am truly and utterly speechless.

    And these are the books I got back…. Yes, they are all signed. And while the bottom two extras were ones I knew would be included, I believe the author added three more copies of Before I Wake to the box. Sooooo awesome.

    [After cross-checking with my original photo, yes, there are three extra copies of Before I Wake in this pile.]

    Well, while these books aren’t – mostly – technically for me and they aren’t books to read for review, I now want to start reading this series all over again. But I should probably read this book instead….

    Here are the books I have in my reading pile this week.

    (July 22 – July 28, 2012)

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    Once again I’m only adding one book to the pile. The tour has taken up all my free time and so I haven’t read in weeks. So I definitely have a lot of catching up to do. Including with this book, which has made it back on the pile this week.

    I’d started reading Onyx a few weeks ago and had to put it down to get other things done. Well I’m picking it back up. Because all this talk about Daemon Black has made me pretty desperate to find out more…. About him, of course…. Oh, and the story too!

    And as I’ve gone into detail a couple times before – in my Teasers post and in a previous Reading Pile post, I won’t blather on again. But I am desperate to see Daemon torment Katy. And I am nervously anticipating the torture the author will put me through with this book.

    I can’t wait to finally see what happens in Onyx and just how this book in the series ends. I’m really and truly hoping the cliff is not too big. But I wouldn’t be at all surprised if it was.

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    Wishful Thinking reads:

    I want to read lots and lots of books that I don’t even have in my possession. One of those of course being Biting Cold by Chloe Neill. But fortunately for me the wait ends soon as it comes out next month. And then there is Enshadowed by Kelly Creagh. A book I’ve been waiting a lifetime for. And I would love for the wait to be over.

    But I have to say Unraveled by Elizabeth Norris is my wishful thinking read this week. I’ve heard so many awesome things about it, and hearing from fans of the book made me want to grab the ARC off my shelf or download the finished eBook onto my Kindle this week. With a couple review books to catch up on, I doubt I’ll be able to, but I really, really wish I could.

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    Those left behind:

    Everything. From last week and the week before and possibly the week before that. Though I’m taking Ten with me this weekend because I can’t wait to read it. And of course I’ll have all of my books with me on my Kindle, so who knows what other missed read I might be able to sneak in this week.

    I am ever hopeful….

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    NetGalley Pile Adds:

    I didn’t get any new books from NetGalley this week. I’ve been good. Though I know I’m missing out on the awesome. But it’s better this way. Especially since I haven’t read a thing in weeks. Weeks!

    What’s my excuse this week? Planning an event with my co-hosts that was supposed to be great and ended up being epic.

    A month of authors was more than I’d ever hoped for in our Authors Are Rockstars Tour. I never anticipated we’d get 31 let alone 88 authors on tour. But that’s what happened. And I’m beyond belief happy. But it takes much more work putting together an event of 88 versus one of 31. Especially when there are… how shall we say… “glitches.”

    And so I haven’t read at all this week as the event planning took all my free time. Every last second of it. But the majority of the work is done. For now. At least until the tour starts. So I’m hoping to catch up on my reads. And maybe write a review or two.

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    If so, what’s in your pile this week?

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    My Reading Pile #52

    I am so excited to have received all six copies of A Touch Morbid and I even received my signed copy of A Touch Mortal! But as I don’t typically post pics of purchased books and I never share personalized inscriptions, they are MIA from the pile photo, which is very light this week.

    As I am sharing what I received in my mailbox this week, I’m giving credit to Kristi at The Story Siren who came up with the idea of sharing what’s in her mailbox each week.

    I received a copy of the movie tie-in edition of The Girl Who Was On Fire for review from Smart Pop Books. I actually had a copy of this book awhile back that didn’t tie it in to the film, but passed it along since I hadn’t read The Hunger Games.

    Well, I still haven’t. But I’m going to be adding all the books to the pile in the next couple of weeks. So, I’ll be able to read this in early April – possibly after I’ve seen the film – to see just how it ties in and to hear what the authors and critics are saying about these books that have become enormously popular.

    I also received a couple other books from a trade with Alex of Electrifying Reviews, which I totally forgot to snap – Flyaway by Lucy Christopher and In a Heartbeat by Loretta Ellsworth.

    I’m not expecting any new books to arrive week, except for those I’ve purchased, which I’m glad of because those piles are getting way too tough to tackle.

    So… onto this week’s small pile…

    Here are the books I have in my reading pile this week.

    (March 11 – March 17, 2012)

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    I’ve only added one book to the pile this week and that’s Shadows by Jennifer L. Armentrout. I had wanted to read it the night it released but discovered that it was quite a bit longer than expected for a novella and knew I couldn’t afford to stay up all night reading.

    But I can’t wait any longer to meet Dawson Black. While I’ve heard that he isn’t quite like his brother Daemon, he’s every bit as amazing in a totally different way. As I’ve read Obsidian, I know a little bit about Dawson and I’m dying to hear his story. His love story.

    And while I want to talk about exactly what I’m feeling as I approach this read, I can’t, because it would be totally spoiler-y for those who haven’t read Obsidian. But from reading the description on Goodreads, I will say that Dawson and Bethany’s connection sounds intense. And I absolutely love a love story where the characters chance fate just to be together.

    Wishful Thinking reads:

    Endure by Carrie Jones is the book I’m dying to read this week. When I got approved on NetGalley I almost died. I’ve been crushing on this book forever and I can’t believe I finally have it downloaded on my Kindle. If I somehow manage to get caught up this week, by only adding one book to the pile, I may just try to sneak this one in.

    It has been ages since the last book’s release and I don’t think I can wait much longer.

    … Oh no! I just read the description on Goodreads. It’s the series finale. I had no idea. I don’t want this series to end. I love Zara and Nick. This is going to be a super tough read….

    Those left behind:

    I’m still playing catch up. I did not get a chance to read Sweet Evil or Masque of the Red Death last week – I know, I know, don’t say it! So, I’ll be reading them this week along with Shadows. Work was insane and that has to be the priority.

    But I did finish a review book from an earlier pile and am reading – and am almost done with – My Soul to Save which I never officially added to the pile but was always on the pile unofficially.

    NetGalley Pile Adds:

    I didn’t request anything new from NetGalley, or at least I don’t think I did, but I did get did get the approval for Endure by Carrie Jones so I’m insanely happy. Now, I just need to catch up on everything else so I can tackle my seriously awesome NetGalley pile.

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    I have to start learning how to say no. No matter how interesting the book or how guilty I feel, I just have way too many books on the pile that will take me through winter if I actually sat down to read them all. Easily.

    I haven’t even read City of Fallen Angels and City of Lost Souls is due out really, really soon. That’s just not right. And I want to read Passion because Rapture is coming out. And Silence. I haven’t read Silence! And you better believe I will be reading Spell Bound after that killer ending in Demonglass.

    Well, I hope you all have a very happy reading week and that you are able to shrink those TBR piles rather than watch them grow! Of course if there’s an awesome new book….

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    Review: Obsidian

    Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout will be released in the U.S. on December 6, 2011 in paperback format. It is currently available to pre-order at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Published by Entangled Publishing, the print edition is 280 pages.

    Obsidian is the first book in the Lux trilogy by the author.

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    Goodreads description:

    Starting over sucks.

    When we moved to West Virginia right before my senior year, I’d pretty much resigned myself to thick accents, dodgy internet access, and a whole lot of boring…. until I spotted my hot neighbor, with his looming height and eerie green eyes. Things were looking up.

    And then he opened his mouth.

    Daemon is infuriating. Arrogant. Stab-worthy. We do not get along. At all. But when a stranger attacks me and Daemon literally freezes time with a wave of his hand, well, something…unexpected happens.

    The hot alien living next door marks me.

    You heard me. Alien. Turns out Daemon and his sister have a galaxy of enemies wanting to steal their abilities, and Daemon’s touch has me lit up like the Vegas Strip. The only way I’m getting out of this alive is by sticking close to Daemon until my alien mojo fades.

    If I don’t kill him first, that is.

    ***

    Katy Swartz is forced to leave her life behind when her mother decides to move to West Virginia to start over. Having already lost her father, leaving her home, her friends and her school just before senior year isn’t easy.

    When it turns out her new neighbors are aliens, Katy can almost take that in stride. What she can’t take is Daemon’s hot, cold and colder attitude toward her. Tired of being a pushover, she is determined to stand her ground and fight back.

    Which proves to be more difficult than she would have imagined. Because as much as she can’t stand Daemon, she is drawn to him. With every insult, cruel remark or show of arrogance, her anger grows, but so does her attraction to him.

    But there are rules. And there are risks involved with getting too close. And if she can’t stay away from Daemon or keep him away from her, then it won’t be only her, but Daemon and his entire family, that will be in danger.

    ***

    Obsidian is the electrifying, action-packed and tension-filled first book in the new Lux trilogy by author Jennifer L. Armentrout.

    The immediate, intense and sizzling chemistry between the main character Katy and her next door neighbor Daemon will instantly captivate readers and pull them into this world of rivals, danger and forbidden attraction, that won’t let go.

    In this story of aliens – both good and bad, beautiful and ugly – it is the thrill of danger and the excitement of the unknown that keep these two characters alternately drawn to and repelled by one another.

    And it is this magnetic push-pull that will keep readers on edge, as they discover just who Daemon really is, just how much trouble Katy is really in and what lengths they’ll have to go to keep everyone safe.

    Author Jennifer Armentrout has managed to write a book about aliens that weaves together elements of science fiction, drama, action and romance in a way that is enticing and incredibly appealing to readers beyond those simply lured in by the science fiction aspect.

    Right from the start, the tension between these two characters builds and continues to build until they and the reader are ready to explode, making this one electrically-charged and immensely entertaining story that is unputdownable.

    As this is a novel aimed at a more mature young adult audience, there is a bit more violence, language and sexual content than is typical in a young adult story, but nothing that feels over the top, out of character or unnecessary to the story.

    Obsidian is a deliciously tormenting, absolutely explosive must read with an ending that will leave readers begging for the sequel.

    Reviewer gives this book…

    Like In-N-Out Burger‘s infamous secret menu this one deserves my off-the-menu 6 star rating.

    On a personal note:

    Obsidian was such an amazing surprise and a book that kept me completely twisted up in knots because of that little dance that Daemon and Katy did throughout the whole entire book.

    Talk about chemistry. Well, this story was all about the chemistry between the two of them. Sure, there was all sorts of action. The pace was definitely quick. The story was completely intriguing. But it was that electricity between Daemon and Katy that just made this story so aaaahhhh-mazing.

    I don’t know how many times I wanted to scream at the two of them to “get on with it already” because the push and pull was just too tormenting. And yes, I mean tormenting in a really good way.

    The author did such a fantastic job of keeping me on edge throughout the book, wondering what would happen. When it would happen. If it would happen. I wanted to skip to the end just to find out. I barely restrained myself. Barely.

    There were a few choice scenes that made my heart race. A few scenes that made my blood boil. And a few scenes that made me so worried the story would end before coming to a satisfying conclusion.

    And while the author did tease right up to the end, it’s a conclusion I can live with for the next long while as I wait for the release of Onyx next spring.

    I love when books surprise me and what a surprise this book was. On so many fronts. I read the first chapter on the author’s blog when she posted it and I fell in love with the very hot, very much the bad boy, Daemon Black.

    What I didn’t realize, until I read the description on Goodreads after having requested the book on NetGalley, was that Daemon Black wasn’t a demon. This was a story about aliens.

    I am not a fan of reading science fiction. And I’d never read a story about aliens. So when I began reading I was worried that I wouldn’t enjoy the premise of this book at all – hot boy or no. Even one where the main character is a book lover and book blogger who does IMM vlogs, WoW posts and sometimes gets zero comments on her reviews.

    But if all books about aliens were anything like this book, I’d proudly wear the “I believe” T-shirt and download every book I could. Because this story was so addictive and totally unputdownable and I was devastated that it had to end.

    Katy is not typical of my favorite heroines. She doesn’t have nearly the snark of Alex in the author’s other series, who I absolutely adore, though she’s not weak or completely sarcasm-free. And she definitely has claws. But I like that she’s different. And her personality is the perfect yin to Daemon’s yang.

    Oh but how I do love Daemon Black. Though I’m sure not everyone will. He’s not particularly nice. In fact, he can be downright cruel at times. Most of the time, actually. And he’s so unbelievably arrogant.

    But he has those green, intense eyes. He has some seriously wicked awesome powers. He’s incredibly sexy. And every so often he says or does something surprising. And rarer still, he can be sweet. But it’s rare. And I don’t always trust him.

    And that name. I love that the author gave him the name Daemon Black, because it’s so opposite to what exactly he is. Though it suits him – it’s a hot name and he is definitely hot.

    As I haven’t read any other books about aliens, I don’t know if the story is unique, but to me it was new and different and fascinating and exciting. I really never thought aliens could be exciting, aside from the kind you’d want to annihilate, that is.

    Though there was one scene in the cafeteria, where Katy noticed the table of too beautiful aliens that kept themselves separate from the human population that did somewhat remind me of another lunchroom and other beautiful “people,” but that similarity quickly faded when Katy did what she did – I’m not saying what – that kept me grinning for several pages.

    If I could immediately re-read this book I would. It was just that good. I’ve still got it stuck in my head and I know that even if I were to re-read it, I’d be just as tied up in knots anytime Katy and Daemon were together as I was on my first read.

    And there will definitely be a re-read of this book once I get the finished copy. If I manage to wait that long.

    My favorite non-spoiler-y passage:

    He lowered his head until the edges of his dark curls brushed my cheek. I was caught between wanting to crawl into my locker and crawl into him.

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    The second book in the series, Onyx, is slated for release in May 2012.

    To read an excerpt of Chapter One from the author’s blog, CLICK HERE.

    This review is based on an eARC I received from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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