Book Review – Beautiful Demons by Sarra Cannon

From one foster home to another, Harper has never been able to find stability in her life. She yearns for a sense of belonging and a place called home. As if that wasn’t enough, she is even more troubled by the unexplainable incidents that seem to follow her everywhere. Eventually she ends up in Shadowford Home, a sort of residence for troubled girls. Attending school in Peachville High, Georgia, Harper must stay out of trouble at all costs. After all Shadowford is her last chance to make up for all the mess ups in the past. However trouble doesn’t begin to explain ,what Harper must face, when she is wrongly accused of murdering one of Peachville’s star cheerleader.

I have yet again discovered a series that I can’t put down. Never before did I hear about this series / author and I am so overjoyed that I did now. It would have been too good a series to miss. Sarra Cannon has constructed a plot so gripping and characters so relatable, it is simply astonishing how it beholds the mind of the reader. I feel the book is a perfect start to the series. It makes you comfortable with the whole setting and the characters before you move onto the next book. Harper is a very simple girl with her head in the right place. She knows where she stands in life and despite her loneliness, she is very amiable and trustworthy. She deeply feels for not having a family to look upto. She is always looking for love and comfort.
Jackson Hunt, is your typical mysterious ,  handsome character with spiky hair and green eyes , so intense, it’s almost as if you can see the world reflect in them. And as obvious as it is, they are made for each other. Duh! The town is nothing as it seems and Harper is in for a long ride that will make her previous experience at foster homes seem like child’s play.


Rating – 5 stars (on 5) – this book deserves nothing less…


Published by Meera Nair

A 27 year-old freelance Content Writer, who spends all her free time ensconced in the pages of a book or writing to her heart's content about topics that excite the creative spirit in her.

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