Sweet Evil Trilogy Review
I finished reading this trilogy in a few days. I read about one book a day. Once I started reading I just couldn’t put them down because I was hooked from the start. I barely had a chance to leave it long enough to eat, etc. In truth, he was completely enthralled from the first few sentences.
The books in the trilogy are called Sweet Evil, Sweet Peril, and Sweet Reckoning. They are written in first person narrative and the main character is Anna, who is not your average 16 year old girl. She has never really felt like she belonged anywhere and wherever she goes, people think she’s a bit weird and at least she’s not included in the popular school crowd. She is beautiful, but not as a cheerleader because that is not her personality. Anna was adopted as a baby and lives with her mother (adoptive mother) … who is probably the sweetest mother you can imagine. He loves Anna to pieces and would die for her without scruples.
Anna has a best friend named Jay and they are very close. People have speculated on them, stating that they are more than friends, but Anna knows they don’t feel that way about each other. They are very good friends. But people in general tend to doubt that when the people in question are a girl and a boy. Even more so when they are teenagers.
What is different about Anna is that she can see things that other people cannot, such as auras and emotions. You can even feel when someone is pregnant. She knows it’s best not to talk about this with anyone, but that all changed when she came to see a concert with Jay. The drummer of the band caught his eye, well, really everyone’s gaze; he was a hottie. Her name is Kaidan Rowe and while she looked absolutely fantastic, she was very cold to her. However, he knew things about her that no one could. Was he a stalker? Or was he just like her, whatever it was? All she knew was that, rude as he was, he took her breath away. He had to know more.
I won’t say much more about the series because I think it’s more fun not knowing too much about a book before reading it. All I can say is that if you like butterflies in your belly romance, fantasy / supernatural genres and you love being so caught up in a book that you forget everything else, this is the book for you.
Overall, I recommend Wendy Higgins. She is a brilliant author.