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By Ashley Webb on 03-15-17
Found this little gem while trolling Amazon & audible for an kindle unlimited audiobook. The reviews don't give credit to the author & story, take the story for what it is & enjoy it. Much of the confusion is likely due to the translation of the book to English & I agree it doesn't come off with the typical European flair that one would typically expect, but I enjoyed it none the less. I have definitely encountered much more inappropriate & unbelievable love matches and while there were times I wish she would move on with it, I really just wanted them to be together so the story would carry on. Alas, I am left with a cliffhanger which I cannot in good faith leave unknown.
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By Zoe on 04-05-17
Damsels in distress are the most boring tropes.
The story started out really interesting, but then about halfway through, it spiraled into that weird instantly in love trope, (seriously, they know each other for maybe a few weeks and have two full conversations before professing their "love" to each other.) and the heroine had almost no personality, accepting everything without much question, and wound up becoming just another damsel in distress. Seriously, she had to be rescued at least three times in the last half of the book. I found myself more annoyed with her than anything else.
By Patricia on 01-29-17
Would you consider the audio edition of The Concealed to be better than the print version?
I listened to the Audio edition, it kept me hooked when I wanted to put it aside. The fact and fiction was riveting at time.
What other book might you compare The Concealed to and why?
Which scene was your favorite?
When Evelyn found out she was part of the magical family. ( of course liking the entire book,
kept me captivated.) I also went on to read the Revealed.