Poppy (Book #1) by Rianna Lucas ~ Book Review

Book Summary: 

Poppy, a young female Warrior Faery from the Unseelie Court is sent out to retrieve Halflings from the human world to help build her Kings army. A seasoned warrior, she sets out on what should be a routine exercise, but not this mission.  Suddenly the portals between worlds are shut down, leaving her trapped in the dreadful human world.  Now Poppy must work alongside the despised Halfling to find her way home and avoid being killed by the assassin that is now stalking her.  During their journey, Poppy will discover that everything she has been taught has not necessarily been the truth and she will be forced to make decisions that she never dreamed she would be faced with

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About the Author

Riana Lucas is actually a duo of writers who are best friends and go by the names Nichole and Angela in the real world. Realizing that gobbling up books like hungry caterpillars and then discussing them for hours at a time wasn't fulfilling enough, the team decided to write their first book together. The Deadly Flowers Series was born out of a kernel of an idea and has grown into a four books series. The two have realized their true calling in life and plan to make a career out of writing books with strong characters who evoke true emotion. 

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Poppy was a fast-paced book, although it did "lag" at some points, it did pick back up relevantly quickly. Poppy, the unseelie female warrior, is not really the "best-liking" character in the beginning, but the author does a very good job of showcasing her "growth" as a character. You definitely start feeling for Poppy throughout the book. I give this book 3 stars, mainly just because the ending definitely leaves you hanging, and it's not fully clear WHY it's ended there. But overall, it was a good read and I enjoyed it. 

By Chryss 

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Chryss. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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