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{Revelation: Randi Cooley Wilson}Revelation by Randi Cooley Wilson
Series: The Revelation Series
Published by Amazon Digital Services on May 1st, 2014
Genres: Fantasy, New Adult, Paranormal, Romance
Pages: 241
Format: eBook
Source: Read for Review
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{Synopsis} –A DIVINE SECRET,
Eve Collins starts her freshman year at college blissfully unaware that one revelation will challenge everything she’s believed to be true about her family, life, and future, and right in the midst of it all is Asher St. Michael.
Mysterious and aloof, Asher is appointed to protect Eve at all costs. Bound by his oath of loyalty to mankind, loving her is forbidden.
Dark and enigmatic, Gage Gallagher may be even more dangerous to Eve than the demonic army that hunts her.
Caught in the middle of a centuries old war, Eve must choose sides knowing that the wrong choice will cost more than just her life.
Can Asher and Eve fulfill their destinies or will their love destroy everything?
Revelation is a journey of self-discovery, love, and sacrifice.
This is volume one of a series.

{My Thoughts} –  This book was amazing. And I am not just saying that. It starts out with us getting to know Eve Collins and her three dorm room buddies in the middle of the night. She is awoken because she has a bad dream – she seems to have these many nights and it scared her so much she screamed and woke up everyone in the dorm. These dreams of hers however, were just the beginning, the beginning of something extraordinary.

Eve is a rather opinionated person, she isn’t afraid to tell it how it is and she isn’t afraid to show worry or fear either. All and all she’s an interesting character when she is first introduced.

Aria is a sweet bubbly understanding and all around good natured person. She has a lot to offer but sometimes what she lacks in other characteristics she makes up for with other qualities.

Kenna is extremely opinionated and really hard to like. She shows her dislike in Eve almost immediately and she doesn’t let lose in the slightest.

Abby is brilliant. She has all the characteristics you could want in a friend and she is genuinely there to help guide and support as one also.

Asher is a bad boy with such a quirky but adorable personality. He has a job to do and he does it, but in between that he allows his heart to lead him at times which gets him into some hot water occasionally.

Now onto the book. I loved it, I couldn’t get enough of it and I was sad when it ended and now I cannot wait to read the next one in the series. The world of imagery that is painted into the words on the pages in this book really draw you in. This book had such a pull on me that at times I didn’t want to put it down, it is that well written and that intriguing of a story. I look forward to seeing where Miss Wilson is going to be taking these characters in the next installment of the series. Until then, if you haven’t read this book, I highly recommend that you do!

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.