Weird Girls, Book 4
Synopsis: The Weird Girls return in another edge-of-your-seat novel from Cecy Robson! Just when Celia thinks the supernatural world can’t turn deadlier, a new rival emerges, proving just how dangerous a power-hungry were can be.
Since being cursed with unique abilities, Celia Wird and her three sisters have fought the most bloodthirsty preternaturals in the Lake Tahoe region. But Celia’s greatest threat is someone she would have never suspected: Anara, a werewolf Elder who has allowed his hatred for Celia to spiral out of control. In a play for dominance, Anara tortures Celia and gives her an ultimatum: sever her mate bond with pureblood were Aric—or Anara will kill everyone she loves.
From the instant they met, Celia and Aric have shared an attraction that cannot be tamed. So keeping Aric away is impossible, and Aric would sooner die than allow anyone to hurt the woman he loves. Misha, master vampire and Celia’s sworn protector, also finds his way into the chaos, seeking blood from those who have harmed her.
Now Celia and her sisters are caught in the middle of a war driven by lust, fueled by hatred, and destined to end in tragedy. For Anara is a force to be reckoned with, and he will not succumb without robbing Celia of those who hold her heart.
Review: Wow this book is really intense! Darker and harder than the previous ones, yet still oh so good! I was very excited to be able to immerse myself in the following novels about the Wird sisters and I got into the reading as soon as I could. However, I had to wait the weekend before starting it knowing that it would not take me long to finish it and that I would surely end it soon enough. And I am not mistaken on this point because once thrown into the story I could not stop until finishing it, although I went to bed very late because of that. The whole thing is really addictive! But I can tell you that once again Cecy Robson conquered me with her new novel.
Celia never has a moment for her and when she thinks everything is finally under control, it’s to start over again and completely changes everything in her life. But this time, the threat is important and Anara is not a being whom she can oppose. So when he threatens Aric, her sisters and all those she loves, Celia has no choice but to obey and act as she must, whatever the consequences. The former asks her to cut short any relationship with Aric, but also to break the bond they had formed together, so she leaves him behind without telling anyone. I was so heartbroken for the young woman. She wants to live quietly especially now that she learns she is pregnant, but it seems that fate is against her. Although we hope that she will manage to find a solution in regard to Anara, but nothing is simple, and I was curious to see how our heroine would escape all that.
Anara is a character who has an unimaginable power and his actions manage to put Celia against almost everyone, even her sisters. The young woman finds herself more alone than ever except of course of Misha as he is always there for her. It is quite touching to see that he tries to create something with her and even though sometimes we would actually like to see something between them, we also know that the heart of the young woman lives with Aric. But I confess that I enjoyed the conversation the young woman has with the vampire (but I’ll let you discover it). Unfortunately, nobody really understands Celia because none of the characters really takes the time to think about her, the reason behind her actions and what she has to endure. But apart from Misha, Danny is also here for the young woman, assisting her as best as he can, though it put him in more than compromising and dangerous situations.
So yes, a lot of things are going on here. Celia will have to go through a large number of events, some more difficult than others. But that’s not just that because all the characters will have to manage their own problems, and I can tell you that you will be surprised more than once with their stories. Oh yes because Cecy Robson booked us many surprises, many doubts, stress about the events but all this, is wonderfully well done.
I will not say more because it is very hard not to tell you everything that is happening here. But this volume is dark, sad, and ultimately full of revelations as well. It shows us the barriers that two souls have to face to be together, for a happy ending or not. I can only advise you to start this series if it is not done already, it’s one of my favorites. You will be completely blown away by the story, the characters and the pace without being able to stop reading it. And I can tell you now that I am again very excited to be able to read more!
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Brutal but good 🙂
yes, it was different but I really enjoyed it!
I swear, everyone I know loves this series. I guess I have to resign myself to opening the wallet once again. lol. Great review.
you really should try it as well if everyone loves it!
Am I the only one who hasn’t read this series? O.o Sh**!
I need to find it ASAP!
yes you should try!
You too have been having a great time with this series, huh? I’m glad! I haven’t read it yet, but I’ve been hearing lots of great things about it and if dark and intense already sounded appealing to me, your “. . .once again Cecy Robson conquered me with her new novel.” is quite pushing me to try it!
Thanks for reviewing, Melliane 🙂
yes I’m so happy with this one, it was so good. I was anxious but I shouldn’t. really good again.
This series has come so highly recommended by a number of bloggers that it’s seriously ridiculous that I haven’t managed to squeeze in a single Weird Girls book yet, and now that Cecy Robson is up to the fourth installment I’m getting discouraged. I demand that an 8th day to the week be added just for reading!!!
Carmel @ Rabid Reads
oh you haven’t read it? YOu really need to, I’m sure you’ll love it as well. But I agree for another day in the week lol
What a great recommendation, I know this series is highly regarded by lots of bloggers.
yes it’s so much fun!
This was dark and gritty. I am so glad you loved this, and agree once you start you cannot set it down.
yes I was so curious to see the following events!
Thank you so much for the wonderful feature and for joining my blog tour. I’m very happy you loved A Cursed Bloodline as much as you did. Thank you to everyone who stopped by. I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season. Merci!
It was a real pleasure. thanks to you and for all your books.
Yay! I just adore this series and am anxiously awaiting the last book!
*sigh* I’m going to start this series soon, Melliane. I AM! Everyone seems to just love it, and though the darkness of this newest installment makes me a touch nervous, I can’t wait to dive in and meet everyone I’ve read so much about lately:)
it’s a really good series, you really need to try it and I hope you’ll enjoy as much as I did.
You loved it too!! I really need to catch up – I lsitned to first 2 books and the I got away from it 🙁 I need to fix that right away!
Great revie Mellanie 🙂 I love that is a little darker..lol
thank you. I hope you’ll come back to it and enjoy it.
I just read this yesterday and what a ride! For a minute there I was afraid C&A are not going to make it! Fab review!
right? right? I was anxious about that too.
Thank you for hosting today! Love the Review!
I really really do need to start this series. I think every blogger I know who has read her just raved. Hopefully 2015 will make it happen 😀
I hope that for you too.
Dark is good…sometimes. 🙂 There’s quite a lot of you who loves Cecy! I think I’m starting to get the message. 🙂
Yayyy! I heard about these from TalkSupe, have all of her books on my TBR 🙂
Dark, harder and intense sounds right up my alley
Ohhhh, does sound dark and a little angsty with her having to cut of ties with Aric and then finding out she’s pregnant, lots of drama! 🙂
Sounds like such a fun series! I’ve heard of it, but never read any of the books, I’ll have to look out for the first one. And thanks for the giveaway 🙂
It’s great to find a book that can keep you up late. Why do they like making the heroine all alone and miserable? I like the sounds of her good friend, at least there was someone there for her.
it was so sad to see her like that…