Author: Christine Hughes
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Review: I joined a reason group for the summer where they have this big challenge called Sweet Sicteen Summer Splash where we have to read sixteen books in sixteen weeks. Torn was the book for week two.
Now as I have Sadi before, angels aren't really my thing but I did enjoy this book. I think that is because Torn wasn't just about angels there was a good storyline too. I found there to bit quite a bit of mystery and a lot of secrets in this book, but that's what kept it interesting. I liked the sexual tension that the author created between the characters and I enjoyed watching the love triangle grow and then later on shatter. I would exactly call the ending a cliffhanger, but it definitely left me wanting to pick up book two.
I liked Sam but I found it to be strange that she didn't ask more questions earlier on, before she had figured everything out. And it was kind of weird that she just lived with these two guys, I realize they are like family but still. Or like hey we need o pack out and leave, take you out of school to move to a chain in the woods so we can train you fr some unknown reason. My red lights would be flashing! And if I was having voices in my head talking to me I would tell someone and want to know why, not just be okay with it. The there are the boys Ethan and Lucas! But I don't want to ruin anything so you will have to find out for yourselves.
This was an enjoyable read and I would recommend it to angel lovers and YA readers. I look forward to reading book two.
About this author
I’ve always wanted to write. Ever since I was little, I would craft stories and poems but the idea to actually do it “for real” never really crossed my mind until last year. After sitting on three paragraphs of what would eventually become my first novel, I decided to expand upon what I had. At the time I had no real idea of where the story would go, I just knew I had the time to do something with it.