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{Breed of Innocence: Lanie Jordan}Breed of Innocence by Lanie Jordan
Series: The Breed Chronicles
on July 4, 2012
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal, Supernatural, Young Adult
Pages: 286
Format: eBook
Source: Read for Review
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{Synopsis} –One goal: Hunt the demon that killed my family. Make that two goals: Survive.

Six hours ago, men in dark suits and sunglasses came looking for me.
Four hours ago, they offered me training to hunt the things that killed my family: demons.
Two hours ago, I joined their secret organization–the CGE.
Now… All I have to do is survive demon-hunting school.

The classes won't kill me, but the finals might.

Warning: This book contains kick-ass (literally) demon-hunters in training, vampires (not the cuddly, marrying type), and sarcastic (and sometimes snarky) attitudes. No humans were eaten during the writing of this book. Bitten doesn't count…right?

{My Thoughts} – This book is about a girl named Jade. She is your not so average teenage girl. She has bounced from foster home to foster home and has now landed herself in the custody of the GCE {the consortium of genetic engineering}. This place is government funded to an extent, they do research and they hunt demons. She is one of many that has had a previous encounter with demons {one killed her family} so they recruited her.

She’s now this sweet girl attending High School for Demon hunters. She makes a friend named Linc {Lincoln} and an enemy named Felecia all in her first day. Which means this book is not without the normal teenage {drama}.

This is a story about love, revenge, hatefulness and self realization. She’s a sweet girl, a very likable character. She has determination and the skills to accomplish her goals. The only thing she lacked was guidance but now with the help of GCE she is well on her way to getting her sought out revenge against the demon race for taking her family from her.

Things I liked were the lack of a large amount of swear words. I am not fond of foul language consuming books made for young adults. I liked that the love and mushy points weren’t over bearing. I also enjoyed getting to know each of the characters and neither was overly described or pushed into a scene without proper recognition. Lastly I enjoyed that it was a fast paced read, I didn’t want to put the book down because something good was always happening. It’s hard to walk away when you want to know whats going to happen next.

There is nothing about this book I didn’t like other then the fact that I am left not knowing what is soon to come. I can’t wait until the next book comes out and look forward to reading it.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.