Review: Silver Eagle







Book Blurb:
        Silver Eagle


        There is a world invisible to Untouched eyes, where demons rule the shadows and prey on the innocents. Gracen Potts lives in this world. Her job is to serve and protect those who are oblivious to the monsters hiding from the light.

As a Silver Mortal Gracen has the power to send these demons back to Hell. With the Silver Eagle's blood running through her veins she feels like nothing can take her down. That is, until she meets a group of Night Vipers who have escaped the Viper clan.

Can Gracen keep doing her job of demon slaying and protect the rebel Vipers?


 


Bio:
Jenna Kay has always had a vivid imagination.  At the age of thirty she decided it was time to put her imagination to work.      Growing up with three older brothers made her strong and one tough cookie.  She was blessed with two loving parents, both that encouraged her to follow her dreams and always made sure that she was in Church.  Her mama is her biggest fan.  She graduated from high school in Georgia, where she played varsity basketball. Later, she obtained a cosmetology license from the State of Georgia and practiced cosmetology for 8 years before becoming a full time mother and author.  Her works include Mark of the Seer, Broken (The Seer Society Series), Silver Mortal (The Gracen Chronicles), and Beyond the Never Anthology.
Jenna currently resides in North Georgia where, when not writing, she spends  time with her three young children and her loving husband.
 
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My Review:

I received this book to give an honest review.

Let me ask this first! When will the next book be out. :D I want to know what happens next!

Silver Eagle is fast-paced, full of action, surprises and humor.

The action involved with kicking demon butt was great! The surprises well you just have to read to find those out! And the humor oh my!!!! I found myself laughing especially at Gracen's best friend Bets.

Gracen is not your normal, average sixteen year old. She is something so much more, by day she has a decent teenage life, but at night she is a demon kicking heroine. Though Gracen would love to have a normal life she knows she would never be able to.

Her best friend Bets has no clue as to what she does, and the kind of life she lives. Bets on the other hand lives a very we are going to go with the word "social" life and you will find humor with Bets and what she says.
One of my favorite quotes that Bet uses: "Life is too short to dwell on the past or worry about the future, so grab the present by the balls and don't let go."

Gracen ends up meeting a young boy named Phoenix and now her world is really upside down. He tells her that there is a group like him that want her help, but yet he is suppose to be the enemy. On top of that Gracen is getting some type of feelings for him?
While dealing with Phoenix, Gracen finds out her mom has been holding out on her with secrets and they all come to the surface.

One of my favorite parts Gracen is talking about Trolls.
"All demons stink, but man, do Trolls take the whole cake! They smell like sewage and sulfur. Imagine the stinkiest fart in the world, bottle it up and voila! Troll perfume."
This part had me in just a fit of giggles.

If you are looking for a good read that will keep you entertained from the beginning to the end! Has a variety of paranormal, action, humor, surprises, and tinge of romance. Then go and get your copy right now.

My Rating: 5 wine glasses

 

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