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Rua (Rua, #1) A Girl With An Unknown Destiny.A Boy From A Hidden World.When Celeste Starts At A New School In A Small, Kansas Town, She Hears Whispering Voices, Has Vivid Nightmares, And Swarms Of Blackbirds Follow Her Every Move She Is Oddly Drawn To Aloof Rylan, The Other New Student Who Has His Own Secrets The Exact Moment She Turns Seventeen, She Wakes To A Bedroom Full Of Strange Creatures, Purple Light Emanating From Her Hands, And Rylan Breaking In Through Her Bedroom Window He Knows What She Is Intriguing And Deeply Romantic, RUA Is Page Turning YA Novel With A Supernatural Twist.


10 thoughts on “Rua (Rua, #1)

  1. says:

    Review originally posted on The Oaken Bookcase on September 18, 2012.Celeste has always felt like an outsider moved around by her loving adoptive parents to new towns and schools frequently This latest move is different though as she approaches her seventeenth birthday, Celeste begins having nightmares and hearing voices in the night, and why does the gorgeous boy Rylan keep staring at her like that On her birthday, it is finally revealed that Celeste is one of the Tuatha de Danaan, gatekee Review originally posted on The Oaken Bookcase on September 18, 2012.Celeste has always felt like an outsider moved around by her loving adoptive parents to new towns and schools frequently This latest move is different though as she approaches her seventeenth birthday, Celeste begins having nightmares and hearing voices in the night, and why does the gorgeous boy Rylan keep staring at her like that On her birthda...


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    I received this book in exchange for an honest review and should admit the cover drew me inthan the summary did It s gorgeous and, surprisingly, perfectly matches the heroine and her power.Orphaned at birth and constantly moving around with her adoptive parents, Celeste Shreeve has never settled roots or known them She doesn t mind, though She has never been found wanting her adoptive parents love her like their own, she likewise feels the same, and she s mature enough to understand why I received this book in exchange for an honest review and should admit the cover drew me inthan the summary did It s gorgeous and, surprisingly, perfectly matches the heroine and her power.Orphaned at birth and constantly moving around with her adoptive parents, Celeste Shreeve has never settled roots or known them She doesn t mind, though She has never been found wanting her adoptive parents love her like their own, she likewise feels the same, and she s mature enough to understand why they need to move for her father s job But when she meets the gorgeous, mysterious Rylan at her new school and he asks her if she s one of them, Celeste must learn who and what she is, along with where she came from not exactly a new concept within the YA Paranormal genre, but Rua did offer a different twist on the Celtic mythology of the Tuatha D Danann and Sidhe that I liked.I also enjoyed the relationships in the story There s no doubt of the love between her and her parents, the loy...


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    Review also appears on my blogThis book was so different that I didn t know what to expect I thought this would be your everage Sidhe book Well boo hoo for me because it totally wasn t what I thought it would be However, it was great Celeste was a pretty average heroine but she was easy to relate to I loved her relationship with her parents It was really refreshing to see a heroine that has a close relationship with her parents and isn t somehow scarred by terrible parents or a lack of one Review also appears on my blogThis book was so different that I didn t know what to expect I thought this would be your everage Sidhe book Well boo hoo for me because it totally wasn t what I thought it would be However, it was great Celeste was a pretty average heroine but she was easy to relate to I loved her rel...


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    I wasn t sure what the heck was going on at first Celeste has been having nightmares The closer to her seventeenth birthday theweird things happen and she thinks shes loosing her mind She hears voices and there are swarms of black birds following her around, blinding headaches when the new boy Rylan looks at her.Of course it all comes out as to who and what she is It was all described and seemed very cool.This was really easy to get into and I f...


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    Didn t finish I can only handle so many stereotypes at a time The whole bad boy interested in you, then randomly flirt with mean girl and it hurts you angle The instant best friend who happens to be gay, but wait, a super stereotypical gay guy who also is a Wicca just when you need one and has no other frien...


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    Three Stars A paranormal read with something new and different.Celeste grabs her backpack and heads out the door with her parents good wishes She is starting her first day at a new high school At sixteen she is used to moving around and she is always the new girl Things go better than than planned when she immediately and unexpectedly makes a new friend, Tink, amiable, outgoing and gay.Then she catches the eye of a handsome new boy, Rylan Yep, it was a great first day, but soon the euphoria Three Stars A paranormal read with something new and different.Celeste grabs her backpack and heads out the door with her parents good wishes She is starting her first day at a new high school At sixteen she is used to moving around and she is always the new girl Th...


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    Okay, I admit it was the cover that caught my attention Add in the great synopsis and I was totally pining to read this I was pretty confused for a little while, but the characters were so awesome that it didn t really bother me I knew that things would start to make sense This was a very interesting story and I really enjoyed it I know the whole new girl at school thing seems totally overdone, but putting that aside, this book was really great.Lets start with Celeste I really liked her S Okay, I admit it was the cover that caught my attention Add in the great synopsis and I was totally pining to read this I was pretty confused for a little while, but the characters were so awesome that it didn t really bother me I knew that things would start to make sense This was a very interesting story and I really enjoyed it I know the whole new girl at school thing seems totally overdone, but putting that aside, this book was really great.Let...


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    This review was originally posted at Pages of Forbidden Love From the moment the book started I knew I was going to like this book because I could already tell I would love the characters Celeste is a bit different than every other female lead in a YA book, she likes the night and seems to be alright with being alone since she moves so many times every year to a new state She was sort of a loner that didn t conform to the rest of the teen phases Plus she gets to meet Tink early on and I absol This review was originally posted at Pages of Forbidden Love From the moment the book started I knew I was going to like this book because I could already tell I would love the characters Celeste is a bit different than every other female lead in a YA book, she likes the night and seems to be alright with being alone since she moves so many times every year to a new state She was sort of a loner that didn t conform to the rest of the t...


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    Since the summary doesn t say too much about it I m going to do a quick walktrough without spoilers so don t worry.First we have Celeste, our main character that, due to her dad s job is used to move from city to city a lot Meaning no friends to bond with and no real place to call home But her adoptive parents are amazingly cool and loving so she doesn t care that much.Gladly for her she became friend with Tink, a sweet and caring guy that sadly for her was also very gay.And in her very firstd Since the summary doesn t say too much about it I m going to do a quick walktrough without spoilers so don t worry.First we have Celeste, our main character that, due to her dad s job is used to move from city to city a lot Meaning no friends to bond with and no real place to call home But her adoptive parents are amazingly cool and loving so she doesn t care that much.Gladly for her she became friend with Tink, a sweet and caring guy that sadly for her was also very gay.And in her very firstday of school she met Rylan A sexy, misterious guy that was also new But the most intriguing part is what he says to her when they first talk You are one of them, right And trust me, Celeste was as puzzled as you are rig...


  10. says:

    So here s another one of those indie books that was recommended to me By Lisseth at Read a holicz this time And then, of course, majoy cover love I love the purple and the designs and how wonderfully it portrays the book Something I ve noticed in indie books is thatwell, I ll write a Random Musings post for that Expect it sometime in Nov Anyways, what I did like Plot and creep factor What I didn t like The romance.What was iffy Characters and world building.The characters were defini So here s another one of those indie books that was recommended to me By Lisseth at Read a holicz this time And then, of course, majoy cover love I love the purple and the designs and how wonderfully it portrays the book Something I ve noticed in indie books is thatwell, I ll write a Random Musings post for that Expect it sometime in Nov Anyways, what I did like Plot and creep factor What I didn t like The romance.What was iffy Characters and world building.The char...


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