A Tendency Dark and Dangerous by Emmalyn Danvers
Reading in verse takes some getting used to. But it was a different form of writing that had me taking notice. Every verse flowed together and made this story intriguing. This is the first book I have ever read like this and it won’t be my last. I found myself forgetting the food on the stove because the author weaved a story filled with poetic darkness. Evangeline is at a point were she has to choose to live for herself and destroy people’s lives. Or go back to being everyone’s shadow. She tasted that dark and dangerous life by the hands of a real bad boy. He didn’t play nice and he didn’t want to hear no. Landon is like your favorite sweet or wine. You know you shouldn’t indulge too much but the addiction is too strong to resist. I believe the story was better because it was different. I think this is a turning point for writing styles. The author took a leap off a cliff putting this story in verse. I think the author will land beautifully once people really dig into this style.
Reviewed by @gguerrero89