Supernaturally by Kiersten White
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Supernaturally by Kiersten White was as engaging as her first book in the series, Paranormalcy. This second installation offers readers the chance to grow and travel with Evie along her personal road of discovery.
Evie is trying to live a 'normal' life away from IPCA, as normal as rooming with a vampire and working in a diner with a gnome and tree spirit. As she tries to balance her regular high school life and a long distance relationship with her shapeshifting boyfriend, Lend, Evie must deal with a new quirky Faerie Path guide, the reappearance of her ex, Reth and her decision to keep some very important information from Lend. Despite her attempts at normalcy, Evie is drawn back into the paranormal world and this time, she will face yet another determined opponent and learn more about her unique background.
The book's start seemed a bit slow compared to the first in the series, but once things were under way there was a good balance of action and discovery. Evie is as likable as ever and her relationship with Lend feels real. Kiersten White delivers a well-paced story with a great balance of humor, drama and tender moments. If you have not started reading this series, I recommend it.
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