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Creatura are Books There are trends in Young Adult Paranormal Romance literature directed at adolescent girls that I cannot help but be appalled by These trends include anti feminism and possessive a

Creatura are Books There are trends in Young Adult-Paranormal Romance literature directed at adolescent girls that I cannot help but be appalled by. These trends include anti-feminism and possessive and controlling male love interests. Anyone who has read Twilight, Halo, Hush, Hush, or any other scorned YA book that has been frequently reviewed by members of the goodreads community knows exactly what I am talking about. Whereas some people might enjoy these books, others, like myself, cannot overcome these unhealthy themes in literature directed at an easily manipulated audience.I was excited when I bought this book on Amazon for my Kindle Fire earlier today. The amount of five-star reviews was astounding, especially for a book I had never even heard of. I love mythology, I love PNR, and I love YA literature. I did not love Creatura. I did not even like it. It was unfortunate that this book had not received attention from any of the reviewers I do follow, as those reviewers would have likely warned me away from this. It was unfortunate that I had to experience this story for myself. Hopefully, my review will enlighten those who are drawn in by the ambiguous summary and numerous five-star ratings.To begin with, I love strong female characters. Isis, the main character of Creatura, had potential; unfortunately, this potential fell short, and any respect I had for her in the beginning half of the novel faded as her love for the main love interest, David, grew.Creatura takes place in the small Texas town of Los Fresnos. We are introduced to the main character and narrator of the novel, Isis, who suffers from insomnia. She is too afraid to sleep because a terrifying and ferocious beast plagues her dreams. Isis' insomnia also takes its toll on her mother, Claire, who constantly worries about her daughter's health. Claire is described as an attractive thirty-year old single mother. She had Isis when she was eighteen, and she married her husband/high school sweetheart after graduating from high school, but was constantly cheated on and eventually filed for divorce when Isis was twelve. Claire's husband died a short while later. I didn't really understand why Isis called her mother Claire, but I'm not going to fault the author for doing so -- even though I was constantly reminded of Twilight's Bella constantly calling her father by his name. However, in that story, they were not close. In Creatura, the mother and daughter act very close to each other.With help from her best friend's, Andy's (Andrea), father -- also the town's psychiatrist, Isis attempts to overcome her fear of sleeping. The sleeping pills her doctor prescribed aid in this attempt.In the dream, Isis learns to conquer her fear. I admired her for this. Instead of shying away from confronting the beast in her dream, she stands up to it. Instead of a beast, a handsome man with wings is the actual perpetrator behind the bad dreams. This handsome man goes by the name of David, and despite being the cause of her insomnia for three months, he's actually been monitoring her dreams for an entire year. Although I did not think this was as creepy as Edward watching Bella sleep, it was just about up there on the weird factor.Isis is convinced that David is a figment of her imagination. He, however, decides to prove her wrong. David does this by enrolling in her school as a student. When Isis understandably freaks out at his appearance (as she still thinks he is a figment of her imagination), David abducts her. He pacifies her with a kiss, which manages to numb her into complacency. He then explains who he is and why he is there: he is a divine being akin to a mythological god, and he's there to find out how Isis managed to enter (in her dreams) a land under David's rule known as Terra Somnium. Her being there goes against Divine Law, but David is curious to know more about her, and it seems he has fallen in love with Isis. Cough, insta-love, cough.This is, of course, after telling Isis about the Creatura, which are the reason divine beings and mortals cannot be together. Once upon a time, mortals and immortals copulated and produced beings known as Creatura who are described as awful monsters. Eventually, the Creatura were wiped out from existence, and the immortals separated from the mortals, but some immortals do live incognito among the humans. However, they know not to fall in love with humans.Despite David insta-loving Isis, I was able to continue to respect Isis for keeping her distance because she actually understood how futile it would be to be together. Unfortunately, she gradually fell in love with him and lost all my respect for her in the process.Now onto discussing my big pet-peeves:Controlling boysBut it's okay, because jealousy is attractive, right?Wrong. Let me quote something for you, from 26%:"Hey, Isis!" Simon, one of the football players greeted me as we passed each other in the hall. "Hi Simon. See ya later." I waved. David grasped my hand and stopped walking. I tried to let myself loose, but his grip was far too tight."David, you're hurting me," I pleaded. He loosened his grip but did not release his hold."Who...was...that?" His jaw was tight and his eyes were infuriated. "He's a guy in my class. Let me go." I was partially whining."Do you fancy him?" His mouth was a flat line."That's none of your business," I said, trying to pry his fingers from my hand. He took hold of that hand too. Giving up on the custody battle for my limbs, I looked up at him questionably. Why was he acting this way?Let me tell you why he's acting that way, Isis.BECAUSE HE'S BAD NEWS. If that doesn't send off warning signs in your pretty little "I'm taking advanced classes for college credit" head, then this next quote from David should: "Isis, I am envious of every male that sets his sights on you, and if I could, I would tear out their eyes." (28%)Oh, and a third whammy from David: "Promise me you will never love anyone more than you love me." "Are you saying good-bye?" My heart began to hurt."No. I'm securing my treasure." (89%) Ahahahahahaha.Idiot main characterOkay, so our main character is a Mary Sue. She's described as smart (I fail to see the evidence behind this), beautiful, loved by everyone, and then the author goes on to put her in situations where her overwhelming kindness is revealed.Isis has an ex-boyfriend named Gabriel. He graduated from high school a year before her, and shortly dumped her afterward. Via text message. When he comes back over spring break after Isis and David are finally getting together, he wants to get back together with her. Plot twist: he's bat-shit crazy, and he's carrying a gun.Despite the fact that he forcefully kisses Isis against her will and harasses her constantly, she feels bad for him and wants to help him overcome his troubles, which she assumes is a drug addiction. Even after he ends up pulling a gun on her best friends Andy and Bill, she still races to help him when he texts her "need help." (view spoiler)[He then proceeds to beat her up and tries to rape her. But she forgives him for that too. Why? Because demons were telling him to, so it's not his fault! (hide spoiler)]Needless to say, the main character pissed me off. Oh, and despite her excessively stupid save-the-world nature, she also tried to blame everything regarding Gabriel on herself: "Clearly the guy was screaming out for help in every attempt he made to reach out to me. I should have contacted his parents when this was all happening. I should have told my mother. I should have tried to talk to him in a civilized manner instead of brushing him off. Everything that was happening was my fault -- I could see that now. I was to blame for the trauma Gabriel caused Andy and Bill and for the jealousy that burned in Gabriel that caused him to point a gun at my friends. I was to blame for his disappearance." (86%)Please, there is no way this girl can be described as smart and act/think like such an idiot. Miscellaneous Stereotypes: I'm so sick of the cheerleader being portrayed as the school bitch just because she is pretty and confident. It's not like she's even bullying the main character; she just has her eye on David and is forward in her attraction. This means she's obviously the worst bitch on the planet and obviously a slut for being so forward! Editing errors: "We've just met me" (28%). Yes, we have, Isis. And this is crazy... I'll just leave it at that.Stupid plot twists: (view spoiler)[Oh she's a Creatura, and her father is actually an unknown divine being! What a horrible mother she has, keeping that all from her! (hide spoiler)]Stupid plot devices: (view spoiler)[David goes to Paris to visit Eros, a fellow immortal, after becoming desperate for Iris' love. I didn't really see the point of this chapter, other than to explain where he went after getting angry seeing Gabriel force himself onto Iris, and to cause more angst. (hide spoiler)]Vomit worthy poetry: "Your guise is unparalleled, Your touch entices my thirst, Your presence thaws my soul, My torso threatens to burst" (35%). Please, gag me. I've never claimed to be a romantic. I'm actually pretty much the polar opposite of one. But still, being reduced to reading multiple lines of romantic poetry was nauseating. I feel I've listed enough grievances. I read the entire book, so I'm entitled to my opinion, which seems to be vastly different from the overwhelming amount of five-star ratings this book has received.If you can stomach something that reads akin to Twilight, well, good for you. I'm just putting this review forth with the hope that I can provide a different viewpoint for those on the fence about buying this book.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>. When seventeen year old Isis Martin is having trouble sleeping due to perturbing dreams of a horrific growling beast, she decides to confront her fear But what Isis discovers is something other than a menacing entity The human like creature offers Isis assurance that he is not a figment of her imagination Unwilling to accept his avowal, Isis sets his words to contest byWhen seventeen year old Isis Martin is having trouble sleeping due to perturbing dreams of a horrific growling beast, she decides to confront her fear But what Isis discovers is something other than a menacing entity The human like creature offers Isis assurance that he is not a figment of her imagination Unwilling to accept his avowal, Isis sets his words to contest by asking the entity to prove himself a dare, he readily welcomes.It is in her dreams that Isis innocently stumbles upon the silent existence of the divine lineage of those that man has long forgotten.In a quaint town, deep in south Texas, this story leads Isis onto the path of impermissible love and captivating life changing truths Isis Martin s journey is sure to leave any reader ravenous for .. A viral Book Creatura This was an amusing book for fans of Paranormal Young Adult/High School Romances. ...taking a deep breath... However, I want to stand before you and admit that I am not the target audience of this book. Somehow I missed the YA warning signs in the book's description before I picked it up. That is my fault, not the author's, and I regret that it kept me from enjoying the book. And more importantly, I regret that it affected my rating of the book, but I feel compelled to write an honest review.I'd like to start by saying that the description of this book provided by the publisher only addresses the first one or two chapters, and fails to describe the plot of this book.It had a fun and original premise: Isis is a lucid dreamer (able to control her dream-state) her control seems to be slipping because a dark figure is haunting her dreams. When she finally gains the courage to confront the intimidating specter, she states out loud (and to the creature) "you are not Real." The creature decides to prove that he is real by showing up at Isis's high school and enrolling as a student. The plot improves from there - a creation story, ancient Gods, star-crossed lovers, jealous ex-boyfriends, etc.If you are a teenage girl, sure, you should read this book. It's romantic. It's age appropriate. The male love interest is cute, sweet, and possessive without being eerily creepy. If you are an adult, perhaps you should consider skipping this little gem.The heroine and her friends are 17 years old and seniors in high school, with all the trappings of the age group - school functions, clique-y teenagers, angst... absurd dialogue......taking another deep breath...I am not the target audience of this book.(repeating this as a mantra throughout the whole book)Is anyone else weirded out by a 300ish year old God hitting on a 17 year old virgin high school student? Just me? Oh... One more reason I am obviously not the target audience.I didn't enjoy over-the-top cringe-worthy teenage poetry when I was a teenager... I assure you, I have not warmed to the medium over the years either. And there was A TON of it. That's kind of the cherry on top of the sundae worth of reasons I was not the target audience for this book.Every single little plot twist in this book was obvious.With the exception of one: (view spoiler)[If I ever got a text from a dead guy who was threatening my friends with a gun the last time anyone had seen him alive... I would NOT answer his pleas. Just saying. (hide spoiler)]Some of My Favorite Moments:(view spoiler)["Your clever lips are very delightful, my lovely."In my opinion, he was an architectural and anatomical marvel. Too bad he was a nut.David was starting to act more like a gentleman and less like a psychotic killer. My nerves eased a little, but my guard was still up. He was, after all, the reason I didn't get sleep for three months.He dug his hands into his jean pockets before hr asked, "Do you find me attractive?""Are all the gods as conceited as you?""Only the good ones." He winked.I felt more out of place than a clown at a funeral."He's not my type." I was careful not to bite my tongue at the life for fear of massive hemorrhaging."Brother," Galen said. "If you feed the cats, they'll keep coming back. Please. I beg you. Stop.""I won't stop until I've claimed your heart," he whispered into my hair, "And that's both a promise and a threat.""I haven't stopped thinking about that day in the hallway. Your lips tasted like sweet ripened berries. If I never taste them again, I'll starve."He looked deep into my eyes and brushed the back of his hand against my cheek. "I'm lost without you and lost with you as well. I'm an absolute lost cause." (hide spoiler)]***I was provided an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review***["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>
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    Nely Cab is a Writer of stuff, a Master Coffee Drinker, a Food Maker Eater, an Imaginary World Conqueror, and an Air Breather She talks to herself a lot in her South Texas home while she plots stories about fantasy worlds and sips coffee from a pitcher She s known for cooking far too much food and has a tendency to overdo well, everything It is rud that she s fabulous Nely Cab is the best selling author of the Creatura series.Keep up with Nely Cab on her blog nelycabVisit the website nelycabFollow her on twitter twitter nelycabCheck out her Instagram instagram nelycab

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  • There are trends in Young Adult Paranormal Romance literature directed at adolescent girls that I cannot help but be appalled by These trends include anti feminism and possessive and controlling male love interests Anyone who has read Twilight, Halo, Hush, Hush, or any other scorned YA book that has been frequently reviewed by members of the community knows exactly what I am talking about Whereas some people might enjoy these books, others, like myself, cannot overcome these unhealthy themes in [...]


  • This was an amusing book for fans of Paranormal Young Adult High School Romances taking a deep breath However, I want to stand before you and admit that I am not the target audience of this book Somehow I missed the YA warning signs in the book s description before I picked it up That is my fault, not the author s, and I regret that it kept me from enjoying the book And importantly, I regret that it affected my rating of the book, but I feel compelled to write an honest review.I d like to start [...]


  • It was very, very nice Originally posted on my blog, bibliophilemystery I feel very lucky, and there are a few reasons for my sudden burst of luck First, Creatura is the first book that I actually WON on a giveaway Second is because this book was great, and I feel very good apart from the usual sadness that comes with the last page of a book like this and the beginning of waiting for the sequel, of course when I have the chance to read and review an awesome story.Isis has had a happy childhood a [...]


  • WARNING this review contains spoilers and cursing If you liked the book, don t read my review Go worship your boyfriend husband or something Last night, when I finished this book, I was confused Now, I m angry as hell I tend to respect authors, because I admire their hard work but this This was not hard work, this was shit Who the hell would publish this I mean, I write too For fun Whenever I m sad or angry, I just imagine a different world, where my main character is a Mary Sue and everything i [...]


  • This review must begin with a tip of the hat to all the authors that are able to capture the worlds that exist in their heads and share it with us Without these creative, imaginative people my world would be a dull one indeed As one might deduce, I respect authors and therefore really hate giving out bad reviews I am compelled however to give an honest and probably brutal one for Creatura I was really looking forward to reading this story and judging by all the positive reviews I thought I was i [...]


  • After much deliberation, I m still not sure what I can say about this book to really convey how much it has affected me Reading the blurb you assume you ll be reading a typical YA paranormal romance story There is not much typical about this world of Creatura Nely has created It is finely crafted with lively characters, touching and realistic relationships, beautiful prose especially when David is speaking , and jaw dropping shell shocking my heart just fell through the floor and was stomped on [...]


  • 2 stars I am giving this book two stars, mainly, because I think the concept was really good and had the potential to be awesome but I just think the author is not experienced enough to carry it through Thus, what could have been great turned into a giant mess of a novel.The story revolves around a seventeen year old girl named Isis Martin who is suffering from nightmares In her dreams, she meets this creature and as a result, ends up falling quite ill from her insomnia With the help of her psyc [...]


  • AMAZING This was one of those books where once I started I just couldn t stop No eating or sleeping til I finished which was about 1 this morning However even when I was finished I couldn t stop thinking about the book, I looked it that much I couldn t sleep after finishing it because my mind kept playing out different scenarios of what could happen in the sequel OH I hope there is a sequel And then when I did finally go to sleep my dream continued on the same path as my mind was on so of course [...]


  • I am sitting here now b c I have finished Creatura I don t have just one single word that can truly grasp exactly how I feel about this book.I am hoping that I can explain it to you.A little over four years ago I joined and fell in to books again I have loved it During this time, I have read some good books, no GREAT booksThese are books that have embedded themselves in to the very fabric of your being They are the ones that you recommend first and they are the ones that my standards for other b [...]


  • I won this as a free ebook last month And I have to say Thanks to Nely Cab, with all my heart, for this gift I Love you This book is A M A Z I N G REVIEW What can I say I just finished to read this book and WOW This is one the most amazing books ever read in my life It went straight to my favorites shelf Where to start I fell in love with this book after reading only the 1st chapter I had a smile stuck on my face for almost the entire time I was reading, and I even chuckled like silly many times [...]


  • Hea y all Anne here and I have literally just closed the back cover on Creatura by Nely Cab I wish I had of this story in my hands right now I can only sit here typing my review in pure wonderment of this book, it is absolutely astounding and a literary piece of art to be revered and loved by all hands that hold it The story behind Creatura is Greek mythology and oh how I love a story of that caliper Isis is a 17 year old girl who lives her life daily and excels in her goals, she was raised by [...]


  • I will be real honest when I say this book I was skeptical about After reading the intriguing synopsis, I decided to give it a try Not only did it blow me out of the water, but I was just so taken back by it It had great detailing in places, characters as well as emotions.What I loved most about this book are the characters Ms Cab brought her characters to life right before my eyes I loved how real and flawed the characters were They were easy to understand and easy to get into I loved watching [...]


  • In a world that has forgotten true innocent romance and courting Nely Cab goes head to head against the tide and brings to us a beautiful sweet mythical love story in Creatura It was an absolute joy to read this romance between a deity and a young girl The writing style was refreshing compared to the many books out there that forgo style for just a plot.I enjoyed getting to know the tow main charterers and enjoyed the poetic verses between them Isis is a teenage girl dealing with her first love, [...]


  • This is probably not the best way to start a review, but I can sum up my impression of Creatura in one word WOW I kept envisioning what a blockbuster movie this book will make Since I received this book for review, I ve been looking forward to reading it I had such high expectations for it, and I can tell you now I wasn t disappointed in the least bit Creatura surpassed all my expectations, delighted and pleasantly surprised me It is so delectably different and unique No vampires, werewolves, de [...]


  • What caught my attention about this book was the bad reviews vs the good ones Yup, it s true, the bad reviews got me interested I tend to read the bad ones first and then the good ones, before I read a book But I don t read a book to hate on it I find that when a book I didn t want to use this one as an example, but it s one everyone is familiar with so take Twilight for instance has real hater reviews, it s usually my type of book Having said that, let s move on to the review I gave this book f [...]


  • I heard about this book through r2r What interested me at first was the book cover Yes, I am a cover snob Most people would only see a leafless tree I saw a barren tree that begged me to question, what does it represent The loneliness of the sole tree gave me quite the stir of emotions as to what waited beneath the cover In its pages, would I find someone isolated from the world Or would I find someone who need to be isolated from the world The only way for me to seek out my answers was emerge m [...]


  • Meh Made me cringe an awful lot of the time, and that s coming from someone who actually likes both Greek mythology AND sappy young adult paranormal fantasy romance stuff.The dialogue was so over the top I had to make myself finish the book by force, were it not for my OCD like tendencies, I probably would ve dropped it after the first 50 pages or so I wish I had now, because I got absolutely nothing but frustration and yawns from getting through to the end I don t normally dislike books as much [...]


  • First, I d like to say that prior to reading Creatura, I knew little to nothing about the book The GoodReads description, as well as the back cover of the novel itself, offered little insight into about what the novel was truly about Upon reading, perturbing dreams and, horrific growling beast, I assumed that the basic premise involved beasts in a dreams world that so called Isis Martin somehow gets entangled with I wasn t entirely sure how to feel about that concept it felt like such a hit or m [...]


  • Creatura is a book that is wonderfully written and I think anyone into this genre, or anyone who wants to dabble in it should read Nely Cab certainly has a way with words and I found myself really daydreaming while reading the story The description over Isis s torment in the beginning was so vivid and emotional I really felt for her and the whole thing with her nightmares was compelling Isis is a 17 year old girl who is growing up with her mother, who is also quite young Isis is level headed, pr [...]


  • Creatura by Nely Cab is a phenomenal debut novel that will have you hooked from the first page For as long as Isis Martin can remember, she has been able to control where her dreams take her One particular place that she loves to go to get away from the world becomes inhabited with a beast like creature that wants to drive her away Soon her fear takes over and Isis does everything she can to not fall asleep for fear of being harmed Her doctor soon prescribes her with a sleeping aid and encourage [...]


  • Wow There are no other words to describe this book It was just amazing From the very beginning this book grabs a hold of you and won t let go,even after you have turned the final page Everything from the characters, the writing, the mythology, to the romance was everything I could have wanted in a book I loved everything about it Especially a certain Mr Chios Ah David sighs If a man wrote me poetry as beautifully as he does I would let him invade my dreams any night This man was just everything [...]


  • OMG NELY CAB HAS TAKEN GREEK MYTHOLOGY TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL I am sooooo in love with this series Review will be up soon I read Creatura in March I could NOT WAIT for the paperback to come out so I bought the Ebook for my Kindle I think I read the entire book in one sitting I could not put it down I was hooked from the beginning and was frantic at the end to find a few pages to read I am hooked on this series and I am counting down the days until I get book 2 WHICH Nely is currently working on Y [...]


  • Isis Martin is a 17 year old girl living in Texas, has brown hair, green eyes and a complete and utter insomniac.Isis dreams are haunted by a human like shadowy creature in the depths of her place of tranquil, a poppy field which leaves her so terrified that she is unable to get back to sleep again Creatura is a wonderfully imaginative fast paced story about dreams becoming reality, lost lineage, forbidden romance, and Greek mythology.I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and would recommend it Isis c [...]



  • I was contemplating whether this story deserved a 4 star or a five star But man oh man , once i was done reading it i knew it deserved nothing less than a 5 star So many questions , so many thrilling moments , this story definitely took me by surprise Cover speak Awwwwwwesome cover At first i was like , How is the name Creatura connected to what s being shown on the cover of the book I was completely clueless But once i was through the story , i think i have sort of realised the meaning behind t [...]


  • Contains Spoilers First off can I just say How can you leave us hanging like this What am I supposed to do now No other book will do until I have 2 in my hands I can t remember how I came to know about Creatura I think it may have been through my page on Facebook Nely had told me that the first chapter was downloadable on her website so I quickly read it as soon as she sent me the link I read the first few pages and that was it I was gripped I couldn t wait to read Creatura Everytime I logged on [...]


  • Creatura is defiantly a book like no other One of the things I enjoyed about this story Nely has wonderfully written this story, drawing us not only into an engrossing storyline, but has put forth characters for the reader to enjoy and feel with Nely has given us great descriptions both visually and heart warming Moments where you will be gasping sighing starry eyed and even terrified and for those whom love the mushy love dovely stuff David is every girls dream David chaios is a dreamy gentlema [...]


  • I received an eARC copy of this book in return for an honest review I wanted to start off by showing my review from the first time Creatura was released Great read full of love, romance, mythological creatures, suspense, and action and I can t wait to read the next adventures of Isis and David Thank you Nely Cab for such an awesome, breathtaking story I still feel the same way about this book then as I do now I love the romance, suspense, action, and the mythological creatures in the story I the [...]


  • Impressive I am awestruck with this book Ms Cab has blown me away with her story Isis is having nightmares and has to see a counselor to try and help her get sleep The man in her dreams is David David has come into her life and now her nightmares have stopped He can still visit her in dreams and she isn t scared any He is infatuated with her Because of who he is, he isn t suppose to be able to fall in love with her but he can t control himself Most of his family has come to earth to be there for [...]


  • First I have to say that Creatura is one of the best books that I have read for a while now I know I say that a lot but this time I am soooooo serious Creatura takes you into a world that you wouldn t and couldn t dream up by yourself Nely is so amazing I feel speechless right now and not really sure what to say haha I am trying to sum up the events in this book but everything that I am typing is a spoiler I haven t had this much difficulty in awhile trying to write a review Isis is a amazing be [...]


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