Someone is drugging the fairest of them all and hurting them in the dark corners of the forests around Port Mackenzie - shrouding the town in mystery and darkness. But nothing is as it seems. In the dark corners of the small town, there is also a light, a cure to what ails the sick. But everything comes at a cost, a price that must be paid. Aimee James discovers that cost the moment she dies. She discovers there are worse things than dying. She finds herself cursed. Discover how the Devil's Roses all starts because in the end it is the beginning that chooses who we will become and what side we will take.
Note from the author - This is the newly edited version. It won't ever be perfect because this is where I started; this was my first book. I don't even recognize the style of writing anymore, I have changed so much. So it is nice for me to be able to look at this and see where I started, how much I have grown as an author. We have gotten it as close to perfect as we can without ruining the experience of a debut novel by me, Tara Brown. Hope you enjoy, and thank you so much for listening to my beginning.
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By shauntavien on 12-07-18
i would not recommend it
this book didnt hav enough info on the roses. i thought the book started out with her seeing Shane then it ended so weird. There was wayyyy to much back story. i wanted to hear more about her change. like it was like reading and waiting for information you never receive. i finished out of obligation because i started it. but it sucked. and still im going to try the next one and see if thats any better. my goodness.
By Sharada on 11-07-18
can't even finish it
I only have an 1 hr 25 min left and I don't want to finish it because of the main character got soooooo annoying. 1. I'm not a fan of sister rivalry ( I can understand a little childish rivalry). I just don't support talking down about sisters/females. For example, she called her sister (slut, satan, stupid, and let other people talk bad about her sister and agreeing). 2. I don't like the main character arrogance and how she thinks she is smarter than the average teenager. I actually thought she was quite stupid and didn't have any common sense. Maybe it was because she was young but I'm tired of the teenager romance supernatural novels where the main character has no sense. Every main character is worried about is losing their virginity/getting a boyfriend vs. not worrying about the demons trying to kill you and your family but congratulations on losing your virginity soooo cool B-).