Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of over fifty books, including the acclaimed Lords of the Underworld and Angels of. Title: Intertwined. Author: Gena Showalter. Genre: YA (Fantasy). Publisher: Harlequin Teen Publishing Date: September 1, Hardcover. The complete series list for – Intertwined Gena Showalter. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and.
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Then there is Victoria the ijtertwined vampire princess and Riley her werewolf bodyguard. He stayed with Mary Ann even when she pushed him away, even when he found out what she was. Readers looking for equally emotionally tortured paranormal romances will no doubt find their way to this new line.
Speaking of Victoria, I liked learning more about her and why she is the way she is. I found myself caring about them as well and I cried guys. They each have their own paranormal abilities. Boy was I wrong yet again.
First of all, she has the same feelings for the male lead that he does for her: It needed to just get on intertined the main storyline about Aden. Oh, and except for the souls! There are so many plot threads flying around, yet Showalter manages to weave them all back together. You find out what Mary-Ann is in this book too, which won’t bode well in the third book I’m sure.
Add to that, Aden learns that vampires carry a little extra something inside their bodies that makes them, shall we say The relationships were so fake and stupid that I wanted to jump onto the page and slap all of them across the face. To save Aden, Victoria uses her mighty vampire blood in a weird transfusion. Nov 03, JenniferJ rated it really liked it. There is a lot going on not to the point where I felt overwhelmed which kept me turning page after page after page.
Second, Since the beginning I always felt suspicious of Eve. I loved how Gena Showalter crafted this story. A lot of questions were raised in Unraveled. But, now he’s the king of the vampires. It was more like.
Which BTW has never happened. And yet, I had such a fun time reading this! In the end, it was a little better than ok.
So different and unique that it’s so much fun to delve into this world and get lost in such great characters. I haven’t been able to fully read a book in weeks, I was in a big reading slump and I needed it to stop.
However, Victoria was the opposite of this: Somewhat confusing, with the many different story arc’s but still a good read once you wade through the layers of the main and subplots of the book. I just kept re-reading the same books i had over and over again.
A great book, putting this series I already liked in the main spot for me. Aden and Victoria, who?
Intertwined Series by Gena Showalter
Nov 28, Murphy’s Library rated it it was amazing. It’s so unique and cool, I loved everything about it. Then there’s the new magical creature introduced, the Drainer.
I mean, this kid Aden has four souls trapped inside his head. I really want to know. So when I finally picked up ‘Unraveled’ I was pretty disappointed.
A bit like having a house with important rooms unfinished. I started out really liking this book. Intertwined was definitely a one-sit read!
Unraveled (Intertwined, #2) by Gena Showalter
And here you have Victoria, a vampire princess whose body gaurd is a werewolf Aden alone as a character without Victoria is pretty cool and I like Okay, I have YET to read Intertwined the first book i saw this book at the Library so i started with it first. They will have to fight in order to stay together. I am I found Unraveled to drag a bit compared to the awesomeness of Intertwined. I plowed through the first two books and now I cannot wait to get my hands on the third, which is sadly the conclusion for this series: Aug 27, Karen rated it did not like it Shelves: The book ends with a huge new issue without resolving any of the many issues that have come up in either book.
What else can go wrong for Aden? And therein lies a lot of Intertwined’s problem – lots of Tell going on by the author and precious little Show. Sweet Mary Ann, the smart, funny Mary Ann. I have a headache just thinking about it. The main storyteller is Aden Stone, an orphan in foster care who has four souls living in side of him. Her novels have appeared in Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Seventeen Magazine, and have been translated all over the world. However, after he and Mary Ann meet their supposed soul mates a vampire and a werewolfthings seem to spin out of control.
I thought this was supposed to be about Aden, the souls, who they were showaltet they died, and how in the world they got inside Aden in the first place!