Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Confined by Jennifer Snyder review

Sometimes the things in life that seem to confine us most are often the ones that save us…

To Addison Harmon becoming initiated appeared to hold the answers to her every problem—all except what she would do after, when the tether was finally broken. But when the after Addison imagined isn’t the one unfolding before her, she finds herself tangled even further in a web of secrets, lies, and betrayal.

It’s not until Addison is captured by the last person she ever suspected would betray her that she’s forced to rely on herself for survival.

Questions will be answered. Trust will be misplaced. And hearts will be broken.

(New Adult/Mature Young Adult: Contains sexual situations, language, underage drinking, and violence.)


This was a satisfying conclusion to a good paranormal romance trilogy. I really liked both Catalyst and Conjure. Confined hit the mark and Jennifer once again weaved a great story.
This trilogy follows mc Addison through her journey to a new town where her birth family lived. She meets new people along the way and learns there are a ton of secrets surrounding her heritage.
I liked the characters, but it took me a while to warm up to Adam and Theo. The story was ended in a way that I wasn't expecting. The books were rich in magic and mystery.
Overall, this was a great addition to the novels Jennifer has penned. Confined gets four glittery stars for its wonderful storyline and the neat and tidiness of the series ending.

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