Katiebird reviews: The Athena Effect by Derrolyn Anderson

The Athena Effect by Derrolyn Anderson

The Athena Effect

**I was given a copy of this book by the author for an honest review.**

The synopsis:

Country girl Cali has been kept a secret her entire life, raised in isolation by two very troubled people. Despite her parent’s disturbing fits, Cal is perfectly content, living as one with the nature that surrounds her, and finding adventure inside the pages of her beloved books. When an awful tragedy tears her away from her remote cabin in the woods, nothing she’s ever read has prepared her for a world that she knows very little about.

Girls and motorcycles are what bad-boy Cal’s life is all about. Brought up in a raucous party house by his biker brother, he’s free to do as he pleases, going through the motions on his final days of high school. Aimless, Cal stopped thinking about his future a long time ago.

Attacked by a gang of thugs while running an errand for his brother, Cal is in serious trouble until a fierce girl appears out of nowhere to intervene. She chases off three grown men, sparing Cal a brutal beating before disappearing into the night like a spirit. He can’t stop thinking about his mysterious rescuer, and when she turns out to be the weird new girl at school who goes out of her way to avoid him, he can’t contain his curiosity.

He’s never met anyone like her before, and the more he learns about the unusual girl who shares his nickname, the more he wants to know. Cal can’t help falling for Cal, but can he keep her from falling victim to a dangerous enemy from her parent’s tragic past?

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Fan Fiction Friday: Reboot and A Good Liar

Can you believe it?? The LAST DVD in the Twilight series is coming out tomorrow! Breaking Dawn 2 is the final chapter in the movies, and I have mixed emotions about this. I’m kind of sad. I mean, this is it. There is nothing else to wait for… *heavy sigh*  Of course, this means I dove into my AU stories to search for some good ones that are “canon” like. I hit the jackpot with my choices, but it’s because I know good people who rec. great stories, so I rarely go wrong.

One of my favorite scenes in the movie. *happy sigh*

One of my favorite scenes in the movie. *happy sigh*

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