"Hi, my name is Laylah Cherie Le Croix, and being ignorant can be life-threatening."
Laylah Le Croix is searching for answers. Dissatisfied with the silence from her caretakers on the subject of her kidnapping and, unnerved by her Father's sudden interest in her life, Laylah eagerly anticipates graduation day and the freedom to pursue her own goals.
She secretly continues to see her boyfriend, Donil Silentshadow, who values her as a person and gives her the love she desperately needs.
Were Council politics and a familiar enemy's insidious plans collide with the couple's happiness and threaten to unleash the hidden inter-tribal feuding amongst the Weres.
Will Laylah be able to navigate the onslaught of this latest disaster or will the secret, those around her are keeping, finally consume her.
I love this series! When Lakisha first contacted GCR and asked for a review, I was skeptical. I was NOT and still not (slowly working into it) a huge fan of paranormal. But I was willing to give it a try. And all I can say is I was pulled into a world that I had no idea existed and I fell in love with her book. I enjoyed her book so much that when I finished I contacted her. And I nearly flipped my lid when she told me book two wasn't finished. I did a bit of whining because I DO NOT like cliff hangers. As a matter a fact, before I started blogging I didn't like books in series. I can not stand the intensity of having to wait for the next book. But now I kinda like knowing that I have more time with my favorite characters.
So in "Werelove Book 1" <~~ Click for review. Laylah is a were. But she's unaware that she is because her father keeps it from her. And basically forbids everyone else around her to tell her. She has no knowledge about paranormal life basically it's non-existent to her. Then one night in her dreams she meets this incredible hot guy and from there things changed. Life had gotten a bit more interesting for her.
Midnight Revelations basically picks up were book one left off. Laylah stuck in her bedroom, because her cold-hearted no good father. (Sorry Kisha, he's just so heartless) is always grounding her. But the difference now is that Laylah is more suspicious about things and she stands up for herself more here. She's still respectful and all but between her and her bff Brita, (whom I loooveee) she begins to have a bit more fun. And that's what teenagers should be doing. She's in her senior year of high school and she still haven't experienced life at all, just a few stolen moments with her heart's divine.
If Laylah thought life was unfair and her father was cruel back in book one. She seen nothing compare to what she has to endure in this book. She's becoming of age right around the time of her high school graduation . And she can't wait to live her life in freedom. But little does she know that her father has different plans and it isn't what she thinks.
So here's what I thought of this sequel, I loved this book. I loved that Kisha gave Laylah more time to be a young girl. She got a few stolen moments of happiness in which she deserves. However the ending did baffle me and I had to ask her about it. Basically Laylah's father isn't one to be messed with and if he can't have it his way, neither is anyone else. It left me thinking, "Come on Kisha! Give this girl a break!" LOL. Though the ending had me baffled. I'm looking forward to the third book. If you're into the YA Paranormal genre, I think you should give this series a try. You won't regret it and can't go wrong book one is .99 cents on Smashwords. A 5 stars from me and a Good Choice for Reading.