Angela R Watt’s Seek, review

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To be completely honest, I’m not quite finished reading Seek. I think I’m just past half-way through. I’m sorry, Angela, that I didn’t quite finish, but it simply wasn’t a top priority between Nano and homework.

Onto the review, and happier things!

Blurb

Angel Cutler’s routine life is overturned when local ganglord Viktor Marino tries to kidnap her. When she finds out her adopted sister is back in town and working with Viktor, Angel has to run away with the protection of two total strangers. Can Angel have faith in God to protect her family when she can’t?

Elijah Davis has seen Viktor bleed once, and to save his family, he’ll make it happen again. But who is the One Eli can turn to when he realizes he can’t protect his loved ones alone?

Hiding from gangsters and gunfire, the trio struggle to seek God above all else and trust that His plan is greater than their own. Or Viktor Marino’s.

It is available for purchase on Amazon and can be viewed on Goodreads

Author Bio

Angela R. Watts is a Christian fiction author who strives to glorify the Lord in all she does. She’s a homeschooled highschooler living at Step By Step Sanctuary, Tennessee, though with Gypsy and Norwegian in her blood, she tends to travel. She’s been writing stories since she was little, but also enjoys chores, painting, and watching sunsets.

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Blog | The Peculiar Messenger

Website | Reveries Co.

Facebook | AngelaRWattsauthor

Twitter | PeculiarAngela

Instagram | angiewatts

Review

5 stars

Prose: 4/5
Romance: 5/5
Characters: 5/5
Plot: 5/5
Prose: I felt that this could be improved. Although it was very well done, at times I felt that it was too basic and could have been carried out better.

Romance: *silent applause* this was portrayed correctly, carried out well, and had me shipping! I’ll admit, I totally ship to of the main characters, spoilers removed, but I have to wait and see if they end up together!!!! I dearly hope they do. This was one of my favorite parts.

Characters: Yet another strong suit. I love all of them- from Asher to Angel. There were definitely ‘cliche’ characters like the witty sidekick, but they were carried out so well it’s not a bad thing.

Plot: I feel like this is one of the strongest points of the novel. The plot carried well, and it was always interesting. I never wanted to put it down.

Overall: This was a great book, well-written and with easy-to-love characters. I can’t wait to see where the author goes with this series!

Content: Keeping in mind that I haven’t quite finished it yet, this novel was very clean. It is very action-y and there are fight scenes. The characters do end up in a few bars, but they are never portrayed as good things.

Giveaway

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1st Place: A signed paperback of Seek and a mug with a Scripture verse on it!

2nd Place: An ebook copy of Seek!

GIVEAWAY

Tour Schedule

Saturday, December 1st
Book Spotlight | Gracelyn Buckner, Literatura
Guest Post | Abigail Harder, Books, Life, And Christ
Book Review | Loretta, Just Writing

Sunday, December 2nd
Book Review + Author Interview | Molly Anne, Qadash – Set Apart, For Him
Author Interview | Shine, HauntingGhostTown

Monday, December 3rd
Guest Post + Book Spotlight | Liz, Home With The Hummingbirds
Book Spotlight + Author Interview | Michaela Bush, Tangled Up In Writing

Tuesday, December 4th
Book Spotlight | Faith Potts, Stories By Firefly
Guest Post | Grace Maples, Proclaiming His Excellencies

Wednesday, December 5th
Book Review | Kellyn Roth, Reveries
Book Spotlight + Guest Post | John-Clement Gallo, JC’s ShadowBlog
Guest Post | Medomfo, Writings From A God Girl

Thursday, December 6th
Book Review + Author Interview | A. Kaylee Harrison, Kaylee’s Kind Of Writes
Book Review + Guest Post | Parker Hankins, Pencils And Pianos
Guest Post | Sara, R535

Friday, December 7th
Book Review | Hannah Gridley, Heart Of The Rose
Book Review | Chloe, Purely By Faith

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