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Sunday, December 1, 2013

Book Review: Cursed, #4 in The Brookehaven Vampires series

Leaving it all behind, Laney and Oliver are looking forward to getting away from the troubles of “Treeville,” and finally beginning their forever. Unfortunately, Laney’s guardian angel and Oliver’s twin have other plans in mind.

Even so, after a wonderful, yet also terrifying few days together, Laney and Oliver are off to the capital where they will partake in Levi’s plans of persuading his love to join his world. Although enjoyable, and rather entertaining, Laney and Oliver must soon return home where anything can and will go wrong.

As if a psychotic angel and a crazy twin brother were not enough, Laney and her friends come to find that their previous troubles with witches, werewolves, and the Weslin siblings were nothing compared to what is coming.
With many secrets into her life revealed, Laney must find it within herself to hold it together and make the right choices to help save the ones she loves.

With everyone’s futures hanging in the balance, will Laney and her friends be able to put a stop to a chain of events that could tear their world apart? 


I will start by saying, WOW. I LOVED this book! And as always, I'm left wanting more.

This is a well rounded book, full of adventure, suspense and the drama that comes with an everyday teenage life.

In Cursed, we finally get a little taste of what Oliver's life is like when he's not with Laney. We get a glimpse into his job and the perks of being a BHV, as well as a taste of life before Laney with a small trip into his past.

We are also treated to some much needed comedy in the form of Carter. This book is not primarily narrated by Laney like it's predecessors. We are let into the minds of Oliver and Carter and it's quite comical at times, as well as helping us to understand parts of the story with more clarity. Most of the time I don't like it when more than one character narrate, but in this case it works beautifully. 

This book opens up a world of possibilities for the future of Brookehaven, and I am eagerly awaiting the next book in this series.