Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Echo Across Time (The Echo Saga #1) by Skye Genaro

Sponsored post: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to author Skye Genaro.
Echo Across Time
Blurb (from Goodreads):
Fall in love with the achingly beautiful story of Echo and Connor, supernaturally gifted teens, as they fight to live out their destiny together.

Echo had it all—she lived in a mansion in the wealthiest neighborhood and was a member of the Partychicks, the elite high school clique. But her enviable life was ripped apart when a bullying incident put her in a coma. When Echo wakes up, she's gained paranormal powers that she can't control.

Objects magically fly through the air. Lights flicker. Trees snap in half.
Echo's untamed abilities wreak havoc on her life, and she will do just about anything to get rid of them. Even if it means sharing her secret with Connor, the gorgeous, frightening stranger who appears out of thin air and possesses shocking supernatural abilities. He promises to teach her things beyond her wildest dreams—if Echo has the courage to trust him.

Soon, she is pulled into a world of mystical possibility and starts falling hard for the enigmatic Connor. As Echo uncovers the truth about him, she discovers a dark secret brewing within her city: people with paranormal gifts are being kidnapped and murdered. Escaping with Connor would keep Echo alive, but at a high cost to him and to the future they both believe in. Echo must choose between her love for Connor and her own safety, but she can't have both.

Echo Across Time by Skye Genaro

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Echo Across TimeThis was a YA paranormal/time-travel romance story about a girl with special powers.

Echo was an okay character and she seemed to really care about Connor.

The storyline in this was about Echo meeting Connor, and Connor teaching her how to use her special powers. We got quite a quick romance between Echo and Connor, and also some time travel which upped the stakes a bit. There were a couple of times where the book lost my interest a bit though.

The ending to this was okay, but it was clear that the story would continue in further books.

6.5 out of 10

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