Sunday, February 21, 2010

Sisters Red

Sisters Red (Sisters Red, #1)

Author: Jackson Pearce
Pages:336 Paperback
ARC-Book It Forward Tours
Release Date June 27th 2010

Scarlett March lives to hunt the Fenris-- the werewolves that took her eye when she was defending her sister Rosie from a brutal attack.

Rosie March once felt her bond with her sister was unbreakable. Owing Scarlett her life, Rosie hunts fiercely alongside her. Now Rosie dreams of a life beyond the wolves.

This was such a fun read. I loved every minute of this book its full of intense fighting and mystery, but with just enough romance tossed in to make you smile. Scarlett March will be the star of one chapter then Rosie March will entertain you the next chapter it alternates and that was really refreshing. I love that writing style, and the Fenris make you really think about trusting Sam from Shiver. Ok I know they are different but it was really cool to see wolves in a different light. Scarlett and Rosie in my opinion are both really likable characters. Silas is really adorable as well the boy tossed into the mix. The mystery surrounding the Potential wolf is really fascinating, and that had me on the edge of my seat. Sometimes I found myself wanting to speed read to Rosie's chapter, but then other times I wanted to get done with Rosie so I could know what Scarlett was thinking. This book tells a good story, and I am excited to read Sweetly the sequel to Sisters Red. I found myself connecting to Scarlett, Rosie, and even Silas and I love that with books real characters its a good thing. Scarlett can sometimes break your heart, and then other times you want her to just let Rosie be herself. I felt really sad when they talked about Pa Reynolds (Silas's Dad) and his Alzheimer's that is such a sad subject, but I thought it worked really well in the book. I really felt like I was in Atlanta fighting Fenris with the awesome descriptions, and I could even hear the bones crunching when the Fenris changed.


ladystorm said...

Can't wait to read this one!

Ruthann said...

Sounds good, I've added it to my list.

Angiegirl said...

Lovely to read a review of this one. I've been wondering about it. Glad to hear you liked it. Now I'm even more excited!