Summoner Rising 

SYNOPSIS

Law One: A summoner is responsible for all creatures she lets through from the netherworld. 

Dacie Cantar wishes someone had explained the Laws of Summoning to her before she watched a shadowy creature crawl out of a painting at the local arcade. 
But at least it explains the strange things she’s witnessed since moving in with her great-aunt, after her mother’s untimely death. But who wants to be followed by shadows the rest of their life? 
Add that to being stalked by a strange boy at school, who just might be her Tovaros or soulmate, and it’s about all Dacie can handle in her new life. 
As she nears her seventeenth birthday, will she be ready for her new responsibilities, or will the shadows that stalked her mother until her death, finally consume Dacie, too? 
And then there’s Law Two…

REVIEW

Daciana lives with her Great Aunt Katya after tragedy struck and her mother died. The book begins with Dacie’s first day at her new school. She often sees shadows moving on their own in a way that makes no sense. Her first day immediately starts by her meeting a jock-ish boy named Brennan and then a couple minutes later literally running into a long haired boy with green eyes. 

One thing that bothered me is how much of an attitude she had against the guy, who you later find out is named Tryan. I mean seriously I know you’re upset because your mom died, but he was being completely nice to you at every encounter in the beginning of the book and you were just a royal b*tch. I’m going to be honest, I didn’t really like Daciana. The whole time I wanted to reach through my kindle and smack her. 

I feel like her attitude really spoils the book. At least in the beginning. After that it’s not so bad, but some things just feel forced. All in all this was not really my cup of tea but don’t let me discourage you from giving it a try. You can pre-order a copy here

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