Monday, May 16, 2016

Review: Muse by Erin McFadden

By Erin McFadden
My Rating: 3 Stars
Date Read: April 2016
Publication Date: September 13, 2013
Paperback, 180 pages

Summary From Goodreads:
The Brotherhood of the Guardians has existed for thousands of years to serve a single purpose: the protection of Talents, the mortal descendants of the original nine Muses.

Twenty-one year-old Daniel Lyoncourt has trained his entire life to join the Guardians. Daniel is prepared to risk his life in order to keep his Talent safe, but when he's assigned to nineteen year-old Anna Saint-James, he discovers that his life isn't the only thing he could lose. Anna has no idea how special she is and knows nothing about her abilities. He must teach her to control her gifts, keep her safe, and hope that he can find a place in her life as something more than just her bodyguard.

All power comes at a price. Like all Talents, Anna must one day make a choice: lose all of her powers, or ascend to a higher plane, leaving behind everyone she loves.

My Review:

This book was good, but it wasn't my absolute favorite. There seemed to be so much going on all at once for the length of the book, and it was kind of confusing. Also, I didn't "see" the characters as being as old as they were, they came off as being younger. The relationship seemed way to insta-love {and that's saying something because generally it doesn't bother me all that much

I liked Daniel, and his fierce protectiveness when it came to Anna. He was definitely a plus for this book.

I also really liked Anna. She was so sweet, and it was like she didn't have a mean bone in her body.

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