Sunday, 31 May 2015

Adamant by Emma L. Adams


Ada is this strong female lead that's been living a life of smuggling refugees from Enzar after the Alliance closed off the doors and decided that Enzar was not to be a known part of the multi-verse any longer. It's the only life she knows, as Nell, her guardian took her in and showed her the ways of helping, of not trusting. Ada gains her intelligence within the Alliance through the help of Delta and Skyla, the only people she really trusts outside of her family unit.
The people smuggled in often need disguises, most can easily be disguised with common items like hair dye and contact lenses, but sometimes, they need something a little more magical to disguise their other worldly traits. Ada's next mission is to break into the Alliance headquarters and steal more "Blood Rock." Whilst there, Ada lands herself in hot water, that only gets hotter. It's also where she comes across Kay, a force on the opposing side,  who just clicked instantly with Ada, and her pursuit.
This book was written wonderfully, very interesting, never really a dull moment, and the characters were easy to connect with. I will definitely be looking to read more from Emma L. Adams, and hope to see many more adventures between Ada and Kay in the future!


(Copy provided in exchange for an honest review.)


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