June 27, 2010

Review: Werelove: Dusk Conspiracy V.1 by Lakisha Spletzer

Seventeen-year-old Laylah Le Croix has a rich father, mansion, and servants. Yet she is lonely and neglected. Her father would rather work than speak to her. At the academy she is bullied and mistreated.

When Weres attempt to kidnap Laylah, she is saved by the mysterious Donil Silentshadow. Donil rouses feelings in Laylah that make her question her life and her father's animosity toward her handsome rescuer. Confused by these emotions, she seeks answers from those closest to her and is rebuffed.

She must make a choice. Obey her father's edicts or follow her heart to learn the truth about her past. 

First off let me start off by saying I'm not a huge fan of paranormal books, movies, shows, etc... However a few books I've read has lured me in and got me hooked. And this is one of them. From the beginning to the end of this book I was hooked. The main character is a sweet, well-behaved but neglected 17 year old girl named Laylah lives in a world far far deep into the future. Where the population of its existent is people that become into animals with very little actual humans. Her father is a wolf himself and if I'm not mistaken her mom was a panther. Though her father and mom are not human, her father proceeded to raise her as a human her whole life. Her father kept her from knowing the truth about herself and her family.

Now Laylah had the ability to change but she didn't know. Her life was off an neglected child, she was bullied in school and basically bullied by her own dad. He didn't spend any time with her and the only time he spent with her was demanding orders and punishing her.

Then one day in her dreams she saw this guy and he treated her like she was beautiful and showed interest in wanting to be with her and spend time with her. She only saw him in her dreams until one day she was almost kidnapped by her father's enemies and Donil the guy in her dreams protected her and defended her. Upon returning her back to her father, her father didn't show any gratitude towards her rescuer and demanded she stay away from him.

Confused and angered by her father's actions, she starts to stand up more for herself with help from her "Dream Man". As more dangerous events begin to unfold she becomes more suspicious of her father's actions and the things happening around her.

I have zero complaints about this book. I enjoyed it from the very beginning to the very end. I think if I had to come up with a complaint would be the cliffhanger it left off with, but this book is the first of a series. So I know part 2 is going to be "off the hook". LOL. This book is a definite 5 stars out of 5 and a definite "Good Choice for Reading" =D

 ~ GCR Wanda



  1. WOW, this does sound good. I'm going to have to pick this up. Is it YA?

  2. I believe so. The author reached out to us to review her book. You can find it on Amazon I believe.

  3. Savannah- It's worth it girl...I didn't want to give too much of it...So I tried to stick to the main description with a bit more information on it...But girlll I looovedd it...I'm not a fan of paranormal but I can tell you the truth I will read continue to read the rest of the series when it comes out...I also hope she has a success with this book because she did a good job writing this book =)

  4. i can't see the name of the author.Can you tell me the name.


  5. Hey Stacey! Sorry about that! We were having an issue earlier with blogger... the authors name is Lakisha Spletzer. You can check out her good Reads account.

  6. Thank you, Wanda for reviewing this book. I've gotten such a wide variety of reviews and opinions on this story. I had a lot of fun writing this story and can't wait to get going on Book 2.

    Lakisha Spletzer


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