Review | The Enchanted Rose by Nadia Nader

Posted March 4, 2015 by Tina in Reviews / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Review | The Enchanted Rose by Nadia NaderThe Enchanted Rose: A Misty Hills Novel by Nadia Nader
on January 14th 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal, Young Adult
Pages: 150
Source: Author
Goodreads
4.5 Stars

When Vivian’s mother dies in a tragic accident, Vivian’s world is turned upside down. Her life, as she knows it, is over. A new life, full of her mother’s secrets, begins…

Sent away by her father to live with two eccentric aunts on the mysterious Tremaine Estate, Vivian comes to learn that a powerful curse lurks over her family – one that only she may have the power to break. With each day she spends in Misty Hills, Vivian uncovers more unsettling discoveries about the town, her reclusive family, and herself.

Can Vivian let go of every truth she’s ever believed and discover who she really is, before the dark secrets hidden within the supernatural town threaten to consume her and those she loves

My Review:

Nadia Nader contacted me about reviewing her book and provided me with an ebook copy in exchange for an honest review.

The story begins with our main character Vivian. Vivian is going through a bad time in her life. She just lost her mother in a tragic accident and her father has decided to send her to live with her mother’s sisters (whom she didn’t even know existed until her mother’s death).

When she arrives in Misty Hills she notices this town is unlike any town she’s ever lived in. There’s just something that makes it different. Once she is off the bus she finds two kids her age waiting to take her to Tremaine Estate.

Tremaine Estate is described as beautiful yet mysterious. One can tell that there are secrets waiting to be discovered. It was something I sensed throughout the book. I wanted to know what mysteries there were, what secrets were not being told, and what was the truth.

Vivian discovers a curse has been placed on her family. She doesn’t believe it, how could curses be real? She must learn to accept things that don’t seem always true and find a way to break the curse through the clues she believes her mother has left behind.

I loved the mysteriousness and secrets of the book. I also loved the way magic was incorporated throughout the book. It was very intriguing and kept me engaged the whole time. I was a bit frustrated with all the half truths and the secrets because I really wanted to know what was going on. Overall, it was a good story very unique and leaves you wanting more.

I cannot wait for the second part, I hope the questions I have are finally answered.

4.5 Stars