Series: A Tethered Novel

Average Rating: 3.5


Review: Conjure by Jennifer Snyder

Posted 2 July, 2013 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Conjure by Jennifer Snyder

Check out my thoughts on Catalyst (A Tethered Novel #1) Favorite Quote(s): “I enjoyed the feel of Kace, the way he seemed to awaken my magick, sparking it to life so it could course through me freely.” Favorite Character: Callie. She’s so sweet. First Line: “A cool breeze whipped at my exposed skin as I stood at the edge of the cliff, staring after Theo’s retreating form.” My Musings: I absolutely adored the first Tethered novel, Catalyst. So when Jennifer Snyder accepted my review request for Conjure, I was beyond excited. I couldn’t wait to see what would happen with this mysterious bond, and was hoping to find out who has been trying to get Addison to leave Soul Harbor. This novel picks up right where Catalyst left off. Addison still must decide if she wants to initiate, and if she wants to be stuck in Soul Harbor for the rest of her life. And this whole tether business is making things that much harder. Oh, and the person who is hiring the Hoodoo Conjurers is still trying to get Addison to leave town. Addison was much the same as in the last novel. She’s still trying to figure out all of the magic stuff. She’s under pressure on whether she should initiate and tie herself to Soul Harbor for who knows how long. She was still a good female character. She’s […]


Review: Catalyst by Jennifer Snyder

Posted 18 June, 2013 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Catalyst by Jennifer Snyder

Favorite Quote(s): “Kace gave me a mischievous look that was wickedly sexy on his handsome face, and I felt my bones begin to melt. He knew what he was doing to me. What the hell had I wanted to talk to him about? I couldn’t remember. This guy was like an all-consuming drug. He clouded my mind and forced away all reality.” Favorite Character: Kace. First Line: “Angela Avery snuggled the soft, warm body that was wrapped tightly inside a pink fleece blanket close to her chest.” My Musings: So I was surfing Facebook and I came across Jennifer Snyder’s status that said she was sending five copies of Catalyst to reviewers before the cover reveal for the second novel. I had been eyeing this novel from a few weeks prior, so I just had to request it because my review schedule had finally cleared up. And so I did. She sent it to me, and now I’m writing this the same day. This novel was fantastic—it kept me locked in for hours, and I’m proud to say that I read it in one sitting! This novel follows Addison Avery as she and her best friend venture to the house she inherited from her biological mother (she was adopted) in a small town in Georgia. But when she meets Kace, things get weird. Suddenly, she’s thrust into a world of magick that she couldn’t have even imagined. And of course, […]