Sep 8, 2015


by EV Fairfall

Book: Stand Alone
Publisher: Silver Stage
Pub Date: January 2014
Genre: Young Adult
Format: eBook
Source: Author
Book Links: Goodreads  Amazon Book Depository

Thea, all-mighty Mother Earth, only had one rule to follow above all else, one promise to keep to her brother: never take a human form. She would've kept that promise if it weren't for Brice. He's handsome and confident, but above all he's merciless.

He's also a hunter who has tormented Thea for years. She believes if she could teach Brice compassion, she might finally be able to save her creations and herself from his savage ways. Then she meets Chamber: another hunter.

She soon finds herself fascinated by−and torn between−the two boys: Brice and Chamber. Lost within a torrent of human emotions, Thea starts to lose who she is as she falls in love with the one thing that she's always hated: a hunter… a human.

My Review: This was a fun book to read! Lots of twists and surprises. Oh and Thea is a great character. You will love her pretty quickly. Now Brice and Chamber is another story. You'll most likely choose sides, or not. Depending your take on a love triangle type situation. 

Anywho, Thea is the lovely Mother Earth. She knows what her job is and what she needs to do to keep her brother. All she wants is just that. But things aren't going to go as planned for Thea. Brice is a hunter and hes just a bad boy. Because of him, Thea took human form and jeopardized everything. Maybe she can change his ways and make everything better. Then she well meets Chamber. And well, lets just say things are a little more tricky than before and who know how it will all turn out. 

What Thea  should do is find a way to fix things and leave the human form. Though, nothing really works out that way. Not only is she dealing with the emotions of being human, but she liking a hunter! Thats what she has hated for the longest time! 

This was a book to remember and I loved the entire story. Lots of new and unique things to be read in this book. Its worth the read!

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