Monday, 2 December 2013
Rouge - Isabella Modra
Hunter Harrison is no superhero. She doesn't wear a cape, or a lycra suit, or prance around dark alleyways looking for punk-ass kids to torment. But Hunter has a power; the power to control fire. And it is one nasty flame brewing in her soul.
In the midst of her senior year, uncovering the truth about her parent's death and how she came to inherit such abilities, and falling in love with a nerdy activist from her school, Hunter finds herself in a battle with a supernatural flame that reacts to her every emotion. Anger, fear, even passion arouse the flame within and Hunter fights to keep her identity secret whilst also protecting those she loves.
But being a hero is easier said than done, especially when tragedy strikes and Hunter is forced to make a choice; let the fire take control and seek revenge for her loss, or walk away. But mercy is a bitch, especially when there’s a fire boiling inside her hotter than the darkest pits of hell.
I was asked to review this book.
Well, what can I say. The characters were weird at the beginning until Hunter (main character) came along. Loved the start of the story to show you how Hunter is how she is. Hated Joshua as the way he was being. But the storyline is immense and LOVED Eli and Jack. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves YA and a good story.