By Alyssa Rose Ivy
The Crescent Chronicles, Book 1
Genre: Mature YA/New Adult
Number of pages: 250
Sometimes you just have to take flight.
A summer in New Orleans is exactly
what Allie needs before starting college.
Accepting her dad’s invitation to work at
his hotel offers an escape from her ex-
boyfriend and the chance to spend the
summer with her best friend. Meeting a
guy is the last thing on her mind—until
she sees Levi.
Unable to resist the infuriating yet
alluring Levi, Allie finds herself at the center of a supernatural society and forced
to decide between following the path she has always trusted or saving a city that
might just save her.
Alyssa Rose Ivy lives in North
Carolina with her husband and two
young children. Although raised in
the New York area, she fell in love
with the South after moving to New
Orleans for college. After years as a
perpetual student, she turned back
to her creative side and decided to
I absolutely love love love the idea behind Flight! Finally, a paranormal plot that is original and unique. Alyssa Rose Ivy took the paranormal romance formula and twisted it around to be new and exciting. I loved her spin on the different shifters. The writing is fast paced and fun to read and never let's you become bored or uninterested.
I could have been completely in love with Flight if not for two problems I had. First, the ending. This book ended so abruptly that I had to go searching on the internet to make sure I wasn't missing part of the book. The second problem for me was the romance part of Flight. I felt like there was no build up to the falling in love between Allie and Levi. I wanted to have more of a spark and passion and I don't know....more.
Once Levi stopped acting like such a player I really started to like him, and his friend Owen was totally awesome. I'm really hoping for more Owen in the next book. For some reason though I had a really hard time connecting to Allie. I felt like she was cold and distant throughout most of the book and I had a hard time seeing why Levi developed such intense feelings for her.
Plot: Fresh new idea
Characters: Some were great others were meh
Writing: Easy to get caught up in
Ending: UGH! I really hated where this book ended, it didn't feel like an ending
Mature Content: There is mentions of drinking and and some non graphic sexy times
Overall: I liked Flight and I will definitely be checking out book 2 (Focus, coming January 2013) to find out what will happen with Levi and Allie and the entire New Orleans paranormal community.
Recommendation: If you are a fan of paranormal and you want something different then you should definitely check out Flight. Even though I felt like this book wasn't perfect it was still worth reading.