Reviews: Blue Violet

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✭✭✭✭✭ BLUE VIOLET is an amazing, don’t-you-dare-put-it-down, read…I found this book fresh, inventive and just darn good. – Annetta Sweetko, Fresh Fiction

✭✭✭✭✭ I couldn’t put this book down! Romance, adventure, really cool powers and characters that will leave you begging for more create a fantastic start to the series…I can’t to read the next one. – C.C. Pen, Paranormal Romance & Authors That Rock

✭✭✭✭✭ This was a fun book to read. It was well written and flowed smoothly. The characters were developed and integrated well with one another. I could easily see this book being made into a movie, so well done on the richness and detail. –Paranormal Romance Guild

✭✭✭✭✭ Wow! I’m completely hooked and there’s three more books to go!…I won’t lie, this has to be one of the best young adult fantasy books I’ve read. –Happy Tails & Tales

✭✭✭✭ Such a fantastic book. I started reading it in the afternoon and just couldn’t stop reading. – Chantale, Geeky Girl Reviews

✭✭✭✭✭ It was amazing! I couldn’t believe this book was indie and self-published no less. How is this book so good!? I can see this in bookstores around the country. It really deserves it especially since Owen paints a supernatural world with one of the strongest heroines I have ever read. It has a great plot, story line, characters, and fantastic writing!  –She’s Got Books On Her Mind

✭✭✭✭✭ ‘Blue Violet’ is the type of book that makes me want to press pause on the world (wink wink!!), snuggle in a blanket and read it from start to finish. – Kirsty Vizard, All In One Place

✭✭✭✭✭ Enthralling. That’s all I have to say for Blue Violet. Abigail Owen bring us into a new magical urban world that feel truly believable. Simply amazing. So glad that I’ve found this book.
Overall, if you’re urban fantasy lover, and would love to read about a sweet romance and thrilling fantasy, this one is definitely for you. – Neysa Kristanti, Papier Review

✭✭✭✭✭ Abigail Owen has done a remarkable job creating a world that blends myth, magic and fantasy while creating characters that are truly “nice” in spite of their potential to be deadly if needed. – Dianne, Tome Tender

✭✭✭✭✭ This urban fantasy has everything that good urban fantasy needs to have–whether for adults or teens: a sacrificial, powerful Warrior protagonist who gets into trouble because of personal integrity (rather than immaturity, narcissism or downright stupidity), a loyal cadre of friends (AKA a family of affiliation) who look out for each other, strong villains who provide plenty of conflict for the protagonist, and excellent fantasy world-building. – Kate McMurry