Heritage by Rebecca Walton


Purchased: Kindle – $2.99 [Gifted by author in exchange for honest review]

My Rating: 4 of 5 Stars


What’s it all about:

Elle isn’t your overage teenager, no she just happens to be a Princess, well an angel Princess. Princess Adabelle of Gracia. What does Elle do on her days off from being a Princess you ask? Well she hunts demons of course! That is until she meets Logan. He isn’t the typical demon and Elle can’t seem to get enough of him. With time running out and darkness closing in on her life, Elle will have to choose between the good and evil that resides in her soul.

The Best Parts:

I love the atmosphere of this novel. It really radiated with the young adult genre, but incorporated the fantasy aspect as well. Even those these kids were witches, a shapeshifter, and demons, you could still connect with them on a personal level. The plot line to this was pretty intense though. There was a lot going on so it kept your interest at peak, but then there were times where there was too much going on. The were stones, and then pendants, and the demons, and then vampires, oh my! I liked the use of the Romeo and Juliet themes, but glad it was shot down by both parties in the story, as well the fact that Logan’s dad cared but wasn’t in the picture, but Elle’s dad cared too much showed the difference of parenting styles. This isn’t you traditional young adult

The Worst Parts:

Sooooooo this is where the hard part comes into play. There is a lot that I didn’t like about this book as well, but for the most part it wasn’t about the story! This definitely needs to be fine tooth combed. There were plenty of grammar errors, as well as spelling and tense errors. Normally I would look over this, but in some spots it made it difficult to read. I understand that this is set over in Europe so a lot of the lingo is different, but there were so many errors with how they said things that it just made it hard to understand. I think if this was fixed that the book would be a smooth read.

Final Thoughts:

Overall, even with the lots of spelling errors, this book was a good read. It was captivating and I just kept wanting more. It may start off a little slow and slightly confusing, but once all is explain, and trust me, all is explained, then it really picks up!

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