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    Enchanted is worth it.

    I enjoyed the simplicity in the writer's voice, minimal redundancies and effective provocation of imagery. This is the first time I'm reading a fantasy novel to the last page and I must say it was worth it and I would definitely get other books in the series. From the introductory chapter, I was hooked to the story and I was eager to know what relationship exist between the borders beyond the physical. Enchanted makes one wonder where humans really come from and where we go after our time here is up. Enchanted, to me, exceeded the blurb and I think everybody should get a copy of this book and read it. i received a complimentary copy of the book from the author via Voracious Readers Only.
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    A truly interesting twist on life learning

    Ms. Kowalewski’s plot is original and starts out with a solid storyline with the idea of our souls going to another place called Artopia to continue to learn about life on earth by traveling back in various times. However, it gets stuck when the characters realize their feelings for each other and then suddenly drops off into a cliffhanger at the end. "No one can expect to get every lesson right on the first try. Getting things wrong is how we learn to eventually get them right. Life is about discovering what makes each one of us special. It’s about what defines us. It tests us, helping us to learn who we really are, and how we truly want to be." Kowalewski cleverly formulates many life lessons into classes taken by the residents of Artopia. Classes such as Jumping to Conclusions, It Takes Two, and Going to Extremes. A truly interesting twist on life learning. Harmony and Kaleb are well-developed and have intense feelings for each other that seem to overwhelm the other developing supporting characters. I would have liked to learn more about Harmony’s motorcycle-riding spirit guide, Luke. If you like paranormal and romantic plots give this novel a try. Thank you to Ms. Kowalewski and Voracious Readers Only for giving me the opportunity to review this book with no expectations of a positive review given.
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    Spiritually enlightenng

    I was provided this book to read and review it. This story really followed my own beliefs on heaven, spirituality, and reincarnation. I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series! Great read that touch your heart and make you think, what if?
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    an interesting take on spirituality

    The premise of this book grabbed me. Having lost a loved one myself, reincarnation and the thought of eternally intertwined souls is heartwarming. The author captures so many of those emotions it moved me in many ways. The beginning was a bit harsh, but understandably so. Going through such a traumatic loss is devastating. The thought of Kowalewski's afterworld, however, is an interesting take on spirituality that I thoroughly enjoyed.
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    An intriguing YA fantasy romance

    I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. I was excited about reading this but wasn't entirely sure whether it would be for me......how wrong was I?! The story follows Harmony, a soul who is sent to earth to learn lessons along with her classmates. The idea that 'home' is a kind of heaven state where souls live, with earth being the place they come to learn different lessons is very intriguing. I really enjoyed reading about the different lives of Harmony, what happened in them and how they ended. I also enjoyed learning about Artopia which sounds like an amazing place! The characters were extremely likeable, especially Harmony and Kaleb. Harmony is a really strong-minded woman and you can't help but feel for Kaleb at times. The story really did make me smile at points and feel the characters emotions - happiness, anger and frustration alike! The only minor criticism I have is that some chapters, about two thirds of the way in became slightly repetitive (e.g. the use of sweet-honey smell or sandy-blond hair) which, although slightly frustrating, didn't put me off wanting to continue reading to find out what happens next. Enlightened ends on a MAJOR cliffhanger which means I now NEED to read the sequel, Divided, to see where it takes the characters. Overall a great read from Billie which comes recommended from me if you enjoy YA fantasy fiction romance!
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