Rating Score


Author: Linda Bloodworth

Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, YA

Publisher: self-published


There is a GRAPHIC suicide in this story and there is VIOLENCE. The heroine is going to kill things since she is a demon slayer.

Bullied through high school, seventeen-year-old Justice St. Michaels is grateful for the help of her best friend Moira O’Fhey. Their only wish is to graduate high school, leave the sleepy town of Fallingbrook and all that happened behind …more


Hello Luvs!
I had given it a 4/5 stars.

That’s still pretty awesome! I didn’t like a . . . certain thing about this novel but I’ll get to that in a bit.
First off, the world building and character development was 5 out of 5. I mean, the characters were really well put together.
I heard someone had said Justice (the main protagonist) acted a bit young for her age.

In ways she might have, but you have to add in the fact that she was dealing with a huge change in her very boring normal life.

Wouldn’t you be scared or nervous in a situation where vampires, Angels and other creatures actually existed???
I would be!
So, to me she acted like any sane person would in those situations.

There is also a warning in the beginning of the book, about violence. I had read a review where the person had said she wouldn’t let her 14 year old read it. (I’m not judging you, person I’m talking about, I’m just saying MY opinion) ❤️anyways, I see WHY they wouldn’t let their child read it, but I’d probably let my kid read it. because, well why not? (If I had kids … I’m way to young for kiddies now 😂)
Justice was a fun character to read about! She stood up for what she believed in and was a strong character. I loved her.
And Darian, may we never forget that beautiful face … Did I Say that out loud…? Oops. Anyways, he was a mysterious character a lot throughout the story. Really, really mysterious. I was kinda upset he had less page time than justice 😉 just kidding. I did wish Darian had more page time. He was an awesome character, even when justice didn’t trust him. And then you know the end *swoon*
Justice’s best friend. I totally forget her name *face palm* but she was an awesome friend. And their relationship is literally best friend goals. You can’t get any better than them XD and she was super supportive and awesome in general.

I know a lot of people like action-packed books and if that is you, then you’ve come to the right place *pulls novel out of dark trench coat*

*backs into a dark alley with an evil smile*

that took a wrong turn, but this story is for you if you enjoy action packed novels!

okay, so really I don’t have much bad to say about this noel except . . . a few parts were extremely busy. In just one day, 50 different things might happen. It would’ve been nice to have it a bit slower so that it was easier to digest.

other than this one itty bitty problem, nothing else bothered me. you may be thinking, why was it a 4/5 if that’s the only reason?

to me, to much in just one chapter or two is over-whelming and it makes me A) read a lot slower and B) want to stop reading because I am really confused.

Now, I’m not saying that this is a horrible book! Don’t read it because it was really quick at times! No, not at all. I actually hope everyone who reads this post reads that novel because it was fantastic. So, with that being said Luvs! GO! Go read this novel and tell me all your thoughts!

(update: most of this review is from a few months ago when I read the book, but have been really busy with arcs and blog switching that I totally forgot to switch a few drafted reviews. So yeah! Sorry Linda that it is up so late! it is here now!)




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