By: Jennifer L. Armentrout
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Katy and her mom have just moved to a small town in West Virginia, and Katy decides to pay a visit to their next door neighbors. But she’s shocked when the guy who opens the door is unbelievably rude to her. His name is Daemon, and he also just so happens to be ridiculously gorgeous. When he and Katy aren’t trying to kill each other in verbal wars, Katy spends her time hanging out with his awesome sister, Dee, who acts nothing like her brother.
And yet, Katy can’t help noticing strange details about the family—and her suspicions are only raised when she hears rumors about sightings of creatures in town . . . inhuman creatures. Not to mention the men wearing black she’s always catching glimpses of who seem to be following her.
Then, one cold and rainy night, Katy is attacked.
Parents should be aware that this book contains:
• Profanity (including the F-word)
• Violence (injuries, fighting, and killing)
• High physical attraction
• Sexual innuendos
• Making out with partial nudity
• Attempted rape
• References to sex
• A few mentions of bras and breasts
• Underaged drinking
Obsidian is the first in a young adult paranormal series. The chemistry between Katy and Daemon is tense and engrossing, but can be, at times, quite frustrating. The plot is scattered with clichés, but the author’s page-turning writing makes up for it. This is one paranormal romance that is sure to keep you hooked.
Readers who enjoyed Obsidian might also like the Sweet Trilogy, by Wendy Higgins and the Hush, Hush Saga, by Becca Fitzpatrick, as well as: