Title: Lunacy (Ragnarok Legacy #1)
Author: R.A. Sears
Published Date: December 2012
Genre: Paranormal Romance / Mythology
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Kacea Meade is your average high school senior: a bit of an outcast, a good student, and looking forward to graduation so she can move on from little Elm Valley, New York. Or so she thinks. Unbeknownst to her, Kacea has a dark destiny heavily entrenched in magick, creatures meant to dwell only in nightmares, and Ragnarok: the Norse apocalypse.
Jynxx Davison, Kacea’s classmate and long-time crush, has his own unnatural calling that is brought to light through her awakening. With their relationship just starting to blossom, a cloud of tragedy hangs overhead, threatening all she holds dear and forcing her hand. To keep her family and friends safe from these eldritch beings with godlike powers, can Kacea leave everything she’s ever known behind and trust in the word of a vampire?
There is enough here that is familiar to people that I think a lot of older YA Paranormal fans would enjoy it but it adds a new element that will intrigue even someone who reads this genre all the time.
Obviously a part of a series the next installment will hopefully provide some answers to questions that I have and it will definitely be on my to read list.
A well deserved 4 out 5 stars from me!
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