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Protecting her from the fallen was his duty.
Falling in love was never part of his plan.
Loving her was forbidden.
Being with her was all that mattered, even if it meant he would be exiled for all eternity.

Claudia Emerson’s life is about to change when her good friend, who coincidentally shares the same first and last name, dies in a tragic accident. Distraught at the loss of her friend, Claudia’s dreams become tumultuous, and through them she mysteriously travels to another world called Crossroads. There, she unexpectedly meets Michael, a nephilim–half angel, half human. Now that she’s been there, fallen and demons are after her, suspecting she must be special, and it is up to Michael and the other nephilim to protect her. Her dream becomes a nightmare as more secrets are revealed about who she really is, and the true identities of the people she loves most.

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authInternational Bestselling Author Mary Ting/M. Clarke resides in Southern California with her husband and two children. She enjoys oil painting and making jewelry. Writing her first novel, Crossroads Saga, happened by chance. It was a way to grieve the death of her beloved grandmother, and inspired by a dream she once had as a young girl. When she started reading new adult novels, she fell in love with the genre. It was the reason she had to write one-Something Great. Why the pen name, M Clarke? She tours with Magic Johnson Foundation to promote literacy and her children’s chapter book-No Bullies Allowed.

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Review: Between-Jessica Warman

1/5 Stars

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I have a policy whenever I read new books, if I get through 10% and I still hate it, I give up and move on. I figure that if you can’t keep my attention and make me love your characters and/or story line in that amount of time then I’m never going to like your book and I might as well spend my time on something that will entertain me and restore my faith in fiction.

Jessica Warman’s Between looked good, I was so excited about reading it, thought it would be something different and if not new semi-innovative for teen fiction. It was different alright but certainly not in a pleasant way. The protagonist is a spoiled, bitchy, annoying princess that makes you hate her and feel a bit of glee when you realize she’s dead (as bad and evil as that sounds its true). She meets a decent dead guy from her high school and treats him like he’s the reason for her problems and aggravation when, arguably, he is the ONLY redeeming “noun”in the book. Lol.

She’s selfish, she’s antagonistic and I can honestly say she is one of the worst protagonists I’ve ever come across. I understand what Warman’s goal must have been, she wanted a didactic story where the horrible person through death learns a lesson about life and what it means to be a decent person. In the first 10% it was predictable and I had to force myself to continue. I know it might seem unfair to simply read 10% and move on with my life but sometimes its a hit or miss and for me it was def a miss.

-BB