Author: S.L. Morgan
Genre: YA Fantasy Romance
No matter where you are, facing your reality with passion and purpose will always lead down the path you were intended to go
Reece Bryant was able to pick up the pieces of her broken life after the sudden death of her father. Though emotionally draining, she found the courage to move on, which would have made her father proud. After finalizing the last of his estate, and returning to pursue her degree in medical school, she has never felt so confident.
While making her way through this world on her own, she is suddenly confronted with the truth of her existence, and the reality of her future. It is when she encounters two alluring and mysterious men, that a series of extraordinary events takes place, putting Reece’s life in grave danger. With her life in the balance, Reece must blindly trust the two mysterious strangers; and when she does, she is brought into an enchanting world that is beyond her logical comprehension.
This captivating land reveals new worlds and new dimensions to which her existence is paramount. But it is once she falls in love with the stunning Levi Oxley that everything will change, and Reece’s life will be in more danger than ever before.
Forced to return to Earth and face a Council of Worlds, Reece discovers there is more to this enchanting dimension than she could have ever imagined.
At a moment’s notice, even thru the fog of our denial, our journey can become crystal clear. And within the revelation, once our fear subsides, we can find contentment and purpose if we focus on the things that matter most. Trust—Courage—Love.
S.L. Morgan has a lot of imagination, that much is obvious from the alternate dimension she creates in these novels, Pemdas. I’ve always admired people who can come up with an entirely new world on their own, taking care of the rules of this world as well as of the characters living in it. S.L. Morgan definitely creates an intriguing, original setting, and that’s what I liked the most about this book.
Reece is an interesting character, and she has her fair share of flaws, which is great too. I love flawed characters. However, I was not a fan of Simone – at all. I liked Reece’s infatuation with Levi – he sounded like a great guy and great love interest.
The book had a lot of surprises and twists I definitely didn’t see coming. As far as YA goes, this was an interesting read, both for its surprisingly originality as its plot. I’m looking forward to reading more books about Reece.