Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Rising Tide: Dark Innocence Review

Product Description:
2015 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winner for YA Mystery2015 RONE Award Finalist for YA Paranormal2015 New Apple Top Medalist for Young Adult EbookChosen as one of 400 for the second round of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award for 2014!!!Rising Tide will sink its fangs into you, keeping you awake into the wee hours of the night

Could Maura's life get any worse? ...turns out it most certainly can.
Isolated and sheltered by her lonely mother, Maura's never been able to make friends. She seems to drive her classmates away—except for the odd times they pay enough attention to torture her—but she doesn’t understand why. Maura considers herself to be a freak of nature, with her unusually pale skin and an aversion to the sun that renders her violently nauseous. Her belief is only worsened by the fact that almost everyone around her keeps their distance.
Even her own father deserted her before she was born, leaving Maura alone with her emotionally distant mother, Caelyn. Even though Maura is desperate for answers about her unknown parent, Caelyn remains heartbroken and her daughter can’t bring herself to reopen her mother’s wounds. Or is there a more sinister reason Caelyn refuses to utter a word about her long-lost love?
When a cruel prank nearly claims Maura’s life, one of her classmates, Ron, rushes to her rescue. Darkly handsome & mysteriously accepting, Ron doesn’t seem to want to stay away, but Maura is reluctant to get too close, since her mother has announced she’s moving the two of them to Vancouver…nearly 3,000 miles away from their hometown of Indiana, Pennsylvania.
If life wasn’t already challenging enough, Maura begins to experience bizarre, physical changes her mother seems **** bent on ignoring, compelling Maura to fear for her own life. Vicious nightmares, blood cravings, failing health and the heart-shattering loss of Ron—as well as the discovery of a tangled web of her own mother's lies—become obstacles in Maura's desperate quest for the unfathomable truth she was never prepared to uncover.

Rising Tide: Dark Innocence is a wonderful book for anyone interested in books about mystery's.The book is both well written and interesting. I liked that this book was easy to follow and I could paint a picture of the events in my head. The only thing I would add would be a little more detail or something. 

I definitely recommend this book to my followers, especially the younger people who are interested in mysteries. 

Overall, I like this book.  It was an easy read.
I give this book 5 out of 5 stars !!


A big THANK YOU to  Claudette Melanson for providing me with a free  Rising Tide: Dark Innocence to review.  I was not compensated for this review. I receive product(s) for free so that I can provide my insight and experience. These are my honest opinions. Your experience may vary. 



I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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