The Blind World by M.C. Rohweder – ARC Review by Kristin, #NerdGirlSoldier

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Title: The Blind World

Author: M.C. Rohweder

Published Date: July 10, 2015  – Expected Publish Date

Genre:Paranormal Romance

Rating:

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Miranda Schaffer just wants a little freedom for the start of college. Having convinced her parents to let her live in the house left to them by her great-aunt Janine, she’s excited. That is, until her classmate, Cole, tries to convince her that the house is one of the tools needed by the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse to raise Hell.

Cole identifies himself as a Guardian, whose sole purpose in life is to prevent the gateway to Hell—supposedly Miranda’s basement—from falling into the wrong hands. Miranda brushes off his concerns, thinking he’s crazy.

On top of that, the cute real estate agent interested in the house is, according to Cole, one of the Four Horsemen, and she should stay away from him at all costs. That’s easier said than done when she can’t get him out of her head.

Will her indecision leave her with Hell to pay?

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***Kristin, #NerdGirlSoldier Review***
 I enjoyed this book for the most part. The storyline kept me interested and wondering what Miranda was going to do. I liked the dialogue between her and Caleb; they had very witty conversations that made me laugh at times. I think between Caleb and Cole, I prefer Caleb. Caleb may be the “bad guy” in this story but he never made Miranda feel that she was making a bad choice by trying to have a friendship with him. Cole, on the other hand, I feel was a complete jerk. I didn’t like his character at all. I think that had he been a little less hot headed, which seemed to be every time he and Miranda talked, and a little more sympathetic to Miranda’s situation, I would have liked him better.Miranda was an interesting character. I think she was very well written and she did grow through the book. I liked that she wanted to be independent but that she wanted to have friends she could count on if she needed to. Her friendship with TJ was fantastic! I think they’re the perfect best friends. TJ’s character was also very well written and I loved that she was what I feel was the comic relief for the book. She made the story lighter when it seemed that Miranda and Cole were fighting again or when Miranda had to make choices. Great great character.The story flowed nicely and I couldn’t stop reading. There’s not a lot of romance in this book, but I think it’s just enough for the story. The author focuses more on the paranormal aspect of the story and it works. The book does end on a cliffhanger so you’ll have to wait for book two to see what Miranda does and if Hell is unleashed.

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