Review: Alora’s Choice (The Complex) by Grace White

Blurb:

The Complex Book Series.
A Lone Planet. One Complex.
Unlimited Chaos.

Alora Undaniosis has lived an age. She has seen gods rise and fall, survived countless wars, and witnessed planets destroy themselves. But she’s tired, and Alora wants more from life. Craves the one thing she can never have—mortality.

Marcus Denegred lives on borrowed time. His days are spent working on the farms of the Complex, haunted by the sins of his past. He dreams of nothing but death, the day that he is finally set free from the shackles that imprison him.

She wants to live. He wants to die. Their connection is instant, all-consuming … and forbidden.

But when the choice is between duty and desire, head and heart, can there ever be a chance for love to prevail?

 

Review:

***I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.***

I honestly was not sure how I was going to feel about this book as I am a picky reader. I have said this many times, but I am that person who picks books by the cover. If the cover catches my eyes, I then read the blurb and go from there. I loved the cover on this book and decided to give it a try even though I was up in the air about the blurb. I was pleasantly surprised.

This was a fast paced book which was another new thing for me. Sometimes I feel like books take too long. This was a great story about forbidden love. Two people drawn together who should never be together…not by their choice but by others.

I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Paranormal / Fantasy books.

 

Rating: 4/5

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