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Review: A Void of Magic


This is a review from GoodReads which you can find HERE. You can find A Void of Magic by Sandy Williams HERE.

5 stars: It was amazing.

Synopsis of A VOID OF MAGIC

They trusted her to keep the peace between the paranorms. They made a mistake.

Kennedy escaped the family business when she turned eighteen. Now, an ill-timed vacation pulls her back to The Rain Hotel, the only known null zone on the planet. It’s a place where vampires can see the sun rise and werewolves can avoid the lure of the full moon. And it would be the perfect place for a paranormal wedding…if the bride wasn’t the local alpha’s daughter and the groom the scion of a vicious master vampire.

With a sexy werewolf determined to sabotage the wedding and dark forces threatening The Rain, Kennedy’s life is thrown out of balance when she’s forced to confront a past she swore to avoid. Ultimately she must choose: will she maintain the stability of the supernatural world…or will she destroy it. 


This might contain spoilers.

This was such a good book, I was completely raptured by it. The writing was exquisite, the story was amazing, the tension, the mystery, the characters, the budding romance. This book did everything right.

I thought the author did an amazing job with character development. Kennedy Rain was an interesting heroine to follow around the hotel. I absolutely appreciated the fact that she stood her ground so much, strong-willed women who know they are afraid but won’t show their fear are my absolute favorite trope, there’s something so powerful behind it.

The storyline does a LOT, but it was really really interesting and I’m interested in knowing how the author will play around with all of the things Kennedy has to deal with and juggle at the hotel, her own life, and with her parent’s situation.

One thing I struggled with just very mildly was the number of characters that are included in the story which made me struggle very briefly to remember who was who. Other than that, I absolutely loved it.

The adrenaline that this book had pumping through my veins just shows the skill of the author in really developing characters and plot in a way that makes the reader *feel*. I can’t wait to get my hands on the second book because the ending of A Void of Magic left me with a void that needs to be filled ASAP. 


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