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Reviewed by Dinah Roseberry for Readers' Favorite
You’ve heard the saying that “the eyes are the windows to the soul”? That certainly is the case in Veronique Poirier’s Eyes (The Irises Series Book 1) for Natacha — only it goes much further than that. Finding that she is growing into special “powers” is not something she’s happy to realize at first, and sharing that with a totally hot young man (Alec, who is very much like her) wasn’t what she was planning for, though it did have its positive points. Bouncing back from a bad relationship and into something new and exciting couldn’t be all bad, could it? Oh…unless she had to worry about mind reading and tempers and nasty supernatural hunters. ‘Nuff said. The eyes have it.
Veronique Poirier delivers a fun and sexy read for young adults in the supernatural, paranormal adventure Eyes (The Irises Series Book 1). In this fast-paced tale, Poirier wrote so that I never had to think about the point of view of any one character. It’s all clearly laid out so that you understand the motives of the main characters — Natacha and Alec. The chapters are romantic (moderately steamy in places!) and snappy with an adventurous style, and the voices (written in first person) allowed me to identify with each person and connect to them. I read it in one sitting. This is a great introduction to what I’m sure will be an exciting series filled with an endearing group of characters as they grow and learn to fight another day. I’m thinking that the goal to reflect upon as you read Eyes is to think purple! Readers should note there is sexual content and adult language.