Review: The Keeper by Natalie Star

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The Keeper

 

 

 

 

 

Blurb

The morning of her sixteenth birthday, Billie feels blessed despite the reoccurring nightmare that wakes her. Loving parents, a caring boyfriend, and great friends surround her until an heirloom necklace throws her into a world she never imagined.

“Gifted” with supernatural powers and an unexpected destiny as the Keeper, Billie and a mysterious boy from her past must work together to find answers. But, as they begin to discover feelings for one another, he disappears leaving her to fight evil alone. Her life spirals out of control. She breaks up with her boyfriend, Tony, and alienates her best friends Arianna and Jocelyn to protect them from the truth.

As dark forces pursue her, Billie longs to run away from it all, yet a need to do what’s right compels her to face the future as the keeper of more than her own fortune.

 

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My Review

Natalie Star creates a world filled with teenage turmoil, angst, and insecurities highlighted by a paranormal twist. An inspiring and highly relatable character, Billie managed to hold on to her sanity despite the unusual circumstances surrounding her. Her attractiveness is not a downfall, she has several boys vying for her attention and affection: even those who should not be. With the vagueness about the prophecies that both characters and reader discover simultaneously, the storyline is extremely interesting and the tone remains light, despite the commotion and action.

I was provided a copy of the book by BTS eMag for the purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review—all conclusions are my own responsibility

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