NEVER JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER
So as the headline says, this book taught me never to judge a book by its cover! I’ve ignored this book for the longest time. When it turned up as a suggested fit to my reading habits, and when it has been recommended by different readers. Well the joke is on me. This is nothing short of a masterpiece!
Note to self:
In the beginning he FMC Keyla starts the book as an incorporeal spirit, who watches over four incredible sexy supernatural men. Even though, Keyla know their names she refer to them by numbers:
❤ Number 1: Gage
❤ Number 2: Ezekiel
❤ Number 3: Kai
❤ Number 4: Jude (her first favorite)
Keyla has been around the men for about 5 years, where she’s kind of just been hanging around without they’ve been able to see, hear or in any way interact with her. However, Keyla has faithfully been watching their every move as when she’s separated from the guys, she fades into some kind of non-existence.
One day it all changes, when a royal guard from Purgatory breaks into their house to kill them. For some (so far) unknown reason Keyla is able to intercept the attack, and turn it around. After the guard is disposed of, she realises the guys can see and hear her, but they still can’t touch her! Keyla refers to this as leveling up and she’s eager to reach max level so she can be with her men. While Keyla’s powers continue to grow, so does her frustration that her relationship with the guys is so unsteady.
However, just because Keyla isn’t being instantly adored (or gets the 5 way she dreamed of), she doesn’t turn into a whiny self-absorbed bitch, which is so refreshing!
My epiphany has been that none of you deserve me. You can look. You can fantasize. Like I’ve had to. Try to bring home a woman, and I’ll make farting noises while wearing a dolphin costume and acting like I’m humping each of you. See how long you can hold an erection then.”
I absolutely adore our heroine, Keyla. She has sass, she has courage, she’s brutally honest – even when it makes her vulnerable. Unlike the many other heroines out there she knows what she wants, and she doesn’t let petty rejections or harsh comments sway her from what she truly wants.
Her narrating is definitely in a league of its own, but I can’t help but love each and every sassy and snarky comment she makes!
“The point is, we can’t enjoy a woman, unless we enjoy her together. It’s part of the bond. None of us have ever had a woman on our own.”
“So if you were a boy band, you’d be One Erection,” I state, rambling because they have me nervous.
It’s also amazingly refreshing to find a group of guys who doesn’t swoon instantly, when they lay eyes on Keyla. They recognize their bond to each other is more important than her evil vag***. They don’t always play fair, and admittedly, there were times where I wanted to punch them for not appreciating her more. But none the less it’s what makes the entire thing unique, and I wouldn’t want it any other way.
So what can I say, except for bravo to Kristy Cunning for writing such an amazing book ❤
Have you read this book or anything like it? Comment and let me know.