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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Book Review: Supremacy

 Supremacy (Supremacy, #1)

Supremacy (Supremacy #1) by Christin Lee

Kate Parker, is a 17 year old senior living in Texas. She's on the swim team, has two incredible best friends, and a passion for saving animals. She falls hard when she meets a mysterious and fascinating guy named Lucas. He has a sexy accent and a killer smile. However, she sees unexplained pain and anger in his dark brown eyes. He claims he’s a foreign exchange student from Spain who is attending the local University—Kate knows there’s more to his story than that. She works hard to discover who he is—what he is.

Kindle Edition, 1st edition, 330 pages
Published June 3rd 2016 
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Supremacy was an author review request, it was also her first book release as well.

Supremacy is set up where there are two very different worlds and one young girl that may help save both of those worlds before it's too late.

While it took awhile for the book to reach it's point about what the book is really about, but I enjoyed the character interactions. So even though it took awhile, I think the character's stories took care of that big gap.

Lucas has an interesting storyline arc, but it clear that he fell over hard with Kate. However it changed towards the end of the book because of how it was left off. It made me wonder what are his true purposes. Although I know and can tell that he loves and cares for Kate, but will duty take place over love?

Kate is a huge animal lover, she is determine to save any animals from danger or from a harsh world. In the beginning of the book, she's trying to rescue a stray dog that was starving and scared. Major prompts on creating a character that is a animal lover, I don't often see that. There's also something about Kate that makes her special to the book, but that hadn't been clarified to what it is.

I enjoy most of the secondary characters, for them you could tell where they belong and where they fit in the story. Even the characters from Lucas's world were a mixtures of daydreamers and then there were ones that wanted to keep everything the same.

I give this 3.8 Cat Paws, so overall this book has it's potentials, there's parts of the book that need to be strengthen which could occur in the next book. 


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