Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Hope(less) (Judgement of the Six, #1) by Melissa Haag Review

Our world is being judged, and we remain unaware.
In a world filled with people, Gabby is uniquely alone. The tiny glowing sparks that fill her mind and represent the people around her, confirm it.
Clueless regarding the reason behind her sight, Gabby struggles to find an explanation. A chance encounter leads her closer to the answers she has struggled to find and into a hidden society where fur is optional. There she meets Clay, the intense werewolf delusional enough to think he has a chance with her.
Gabby escapes back into her old life, but not quite alone. Clay follows her and silently makes a place for himself in her world. As if that isn’t enough to deal with, problems compound when other werewolves, ones with abnormally colored sparks, begin to stalk her.
Instead of gaining answers, her list of questions is growing. What do the other uniquely colored sparks mean? Is she not as alone as she thought?
            Judgement has begun...
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 I give this book 5 stars!!
At first, I was very confused on what was going on. 
She sees this wolf turn into a man, but she doesn't run and they grow closer. Gabby wanted to learn all about Sam's culture until she had to take part of it. She had to go through the Introductions with all the wolves because it seems she is the second person in their history to be human but is compatible with the wolves as mates. When she decides that enough is enough and leaves for college after her last introduction she thinks she is free until she sees someone working on Sam's truck. That night, Sam tells her that the guy who was working on his truck has claimed her as his mate. His name is Clay and he won't talk to her other then shrugs, grunts, and head nodding. 
Best Part: he goes to college with her but has to say a wolf  almost the entire time!! Get ready for the jokes!
The beginning of this book was kind of confusing, but as the story continues it becomes something I didn't expect it to go. Gabby learns to understand Clay without him having having to talk. She starts to actually do what Sam said she should do: listen and watch his body language. This is a skill that everybody should have. How to tell how someone is feeling by their body language. This book shows you how you can have a relationship with someone who can't talk or doesn't want to. Did I mention that Gabby can see lights in people? No? Well she can. Soon, she will figure out that she is more special then what Sam originally said she was. I like this book it isn't the same old werewolf book. It has a depth to it that other don't have. It isn't centered around the werewolf culture, but Gabby's life as she goes through college.