Paige Kelly is used to weird–in fact, she probably corners the market on weird, considering that her best friend, Dottie, has been dead since the 1950s. But when a fire demon attacks Paige in detention, she has to admit that things have gotten out of her league. Luckily, the cute new boy in school, Logan Bradley, is a practiced demon slayer-and he isn’t fazed by Paige’s propensity to chat with the dead. Suddenly, Paige is smack in the middle of a centuries-old battle between warlocks and demons, learning to fight with a magic sword so that she can defend herself. And if she makes one wrong move, she’ll be pulled into the Dark World, an alternate version of our world that’s overrun by demons-and she might never make it home.
Then there’s Logan…oh sweetheart Logan, I just adored every part of him. He’s so sweet and shy and protective, it was an amazing combo. See I’m one of those girls who likes the shy boys so when it came to Logan blushing…I was all about it. Plus I really like how his and Paige’s relationship developed, it went at such a good pace and I cannot wait to see more of them! Plus I have some things I’m curious with about Logan ;).
I have to give a shout out to Ajax, you sexy little thing you. I definitely hope to see more good things from in the future.
Another thing, is that the world building in this book is fantastic. I love the lore of demons and warlocks combined plus adding ghosts and modern day NYC…crazy good! The end was semi-cliffy but at the same time not…it’s hard to explain. I say that because it didn’t really feel like an “end” to me. That’s not a bad thing though…it just means I’m getting more Logan and Paige which makes me a very happy camper! Overall, this book had everything I wanted in a book. There were no wishy-washy feelings but a sexy and shy boy that I loved, a hero who kept her head up regardless of what life threw out her, amazing world building, and an overall adorable and completely enjoyable story. I absolutely loved it and cannot wait for the next one!
One thought on “Review – The Dark World by: Cara Lynn Shultz”
I was seeing this around, but for some reason, wasn't really interested in it, despite the intriguing premise and pretty cover. I'll have to give it a try though since you loved it so much lol.