I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Cecy Robson
Released: October 24 2018
Series: Weird Girls #0.3
Published by Self Published
“this book shows just a small bit of how good the series is. The rest of the books are even funnier, sweeter, more exciting, and definitely sexier.”
~ Under the Covers
It was so good to get back into the world of Weird Girls and despite not having a glance at my favorite character, Misha, I loved every bit of this prequel.
Long before Aric and Celia start their adventure together as adults, there was a time that they had accidentally met. When Celia magically appears in Aric’s side of the country with evil set to get her, Aric and his gang of wolves take it to themselves to protecting her. And in this adventure, we not only get to see a sliver of Aric and Celia together, we see it through Aric’s POV. I have to tell you, if you’re not already in love will him, he’ll definitely catch your heart.
I love seeing Celia, Aric, and the crew as teens. Robson did a good job keeping them in their characters, especially Aric and his friends. They are seriously funny. But what I love most is seeing bits of Liam in his younger form. Seeing the pack’s upbringing, hopes, and dreams of the future was cool to see. Robson also did a great job tying this book to the main story line without any overlaps from previous books.
I’m rating this book at 4.5-5 stars, but FYI, this book shows just a small bit of how good the series is. The rest of the books are even funnier, sweeter, more exciting, and definitely sexier. If you haven’t tried any of Ms Robson’s work, this is a good place to start.
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