Monday, September 1, 2014

What I'm Reading: Dark Hope

It's no secret that getting lost in a good book is one of my favorite ways to spend a Saturday morning. I'm definitely a book lover and a die hard fan of all the tween/teen/young adult genre of books like Twilight, The Hunger Games, Divergent, etc. I recently picked up Dark Hope by Monica McGurk.  Dark Hope is the first book in the Archangel Prophecies Trilogy. It is a young adult novel with a fantasy/paranormal story line that revolves around bringing justice to those involved in human trafficking.

Dark Hope is a story about Hope who was abducted as a child but was rescued by an anonymous hero. Suffering from the guilt and fear of losing Hope, her father was extremely overprotective and cautious, causing Hope to lead a very sheltered life. Hope's parents eventually separate because of her father's obsession with protecting her, and Hope makes the decision as a teenager to go live with her mother in Atlanta. Hope starts her new life in Atlanta with more freedom and independence than she ever had and quickly befriends a handsome but mysterious boy, Michael. Michael's interest in Hope is more than just a crush though, and soon Hope is full of questions about her past, her family, God, and good vs. evil.

Intertwined in this book is the real problem of Human Trafficking. I absolutely love how this book brings awareness to the issue in a fiction book. I loved the unconventional love story between Michael and Hope and I am already anticipating the release of the second book in this trilogy. I couldn't put this book down, and devoured it in less than a week. Its definitely a must read, especially if you loved Twilight, Hunger Games, and/or Divergent. You will not be disappointed!

If you want your own copy of this book, you have the chance to win one below! You can also catch up with the author, Monica McGurk on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest!

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I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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