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Saturday, December 13, 2014

Incite (Sphere of Irony, #1) by Heather Leigh Review

Incite (Sphere of Irony #1)Incite by Heather Leigh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ellie Palmer transfers to a new school in a dangerous neighborhood of London. She is attacked and rescued by classmate Adam Reynolds. Ellie and Adam form an intense bond and love for one another. Unfortunately, fate has other plans and numerous obstacles for the two of them to endure.

Incite is a captivating story that pulled at my heart strings.

Ellie is a sweet heroine. She has wonderful parents. When she lets people in, they instantly like her. She is selfless and easy to love. She is a good person that has a lot of bad luck and puts others before herself.

My heart went out to Adam. He is a fantastic hero who has had a rough life. Fortunately, he has good friends in his band mates, specifically Dax. I like that he wants to be a better person then his family members, especially his father. However, he is human and has numerous struggles that make his character believable and likeable.

Adam and Ellie never seem to get a break, and my heart utterly went out to them. This heartwarming story is incredibly well-written and thought provoking. I just love Adam and Ellie together, and it killed me when they are apart.

This is the first book I have read be Heather Leigh, and I am so glad that I read it! She has a wonderful writing style that had me completely engaged. I could not put Incite down. I will definitely want to continue reading this series.

Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.

Paperback, 385 pages
Expected publication: December 14th 2014 by Shelbyville
edition languageEnglish
seriesSphere of Irony #1

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