September 28, 2013

Copper Girl Review

Copper Girl (Copper Legacy #1)
by Jennifer Allis Provost

Sara had always been careful.
She never spoke of magic, never associated with those suspected of handling magic, never thought of magic, and never, ever, let anyone see her mark. After all, the last thing she wanted was to end up missing, like her father and brother.
Then, a silver elf pushed his way into Sara's dream, and her life became anything but ordinary.

My Review
Sara lives and ordinary life. She has a boring job and does whatever she can to fit in. She is anything but normal. She has had to hide her magic ever since a war years ago banished all magical things. She can't use her powers because if she does she will disappear just like her brother did years ago. She daydreams at lunch one day about a mysterious lover. When she wakes she is surprised to find her panties gone. She is further surprised when she finds out her dream lover is real and an elf named Micah. Now she makes the journey to find her brother and has to try and hide what she still is in the human world. She never knows who to trust and even she doesn't know all there is to her family.

Sara tries her best to not be who she really is. She could be really powerful but can't because she can't use her magic. She deeply misses her brother and father and has always wondered where they went to and what happened to them. She doesn't realize just how much she needs Micah when she first meets him. She just knows she wants him. Micah is a sexy elf who knows more than he tells Sara. He doesn't understand modern clothes and is always trying to get Sara into dresses. He will do anything to help her and keep her by his side. He seems to always be there when she needs him. He can be surprised at times as you will see. He has some strong magical powers.

I like this book as it starts off hot in the first chapter you know the world is different and you find out more as you read about why it is the way it is. The is several steamy scenes where the two main characters try to get together but never seem to be able to. There is a lot of anticipation for what you know is coming. There is also lots of danger and magical people have to hide what they are. Sara's family in a way has been torn apart by the new times they live in and she finds out more about her family later on in the book. There is also betrayal in this book as Sara doesn't know who she can trust and who is really there for her or her friend. I really liked the combination of fae, elves and more. The book has a dystopian feel to it that is nice and the hotness is a nice touch.

4 out of 5 Bats~Pam

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