Review: Perception (Eve #3) by A. L. Waddington

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Questions, questions, and more questions.. they consume Jocelyn Timmons’ life—both of them. Questions that never seem to have an answer. They haunt her, eat at her, and dreams of a normal senior year of high school have finally floated away into nothingness.

Inheriting the gift of EVE (Essence Voyager Era) has become both a gift and a curse. One that Jocelyn doesn’t know if she wants or can accept. The world she once knew and thrived in has all but disappeared in the last two months. And now she wonders if she can ever find her way home again.

Her fiancé, Jackson Chandler, and his family seem to be the only ones who understand what she’s going through besides her uncles, both of which she’s grown very close to. But even they do not fully grasp how turbulent the situation at home has become. Will Jocelyn survive the torments from her mother and brother? Or will she find a hidden key to finally unlock her golden cage?


Copy gifted by the author in exchange for an honest review.

Another amazing part of the series. This book shows how much Jocelyn has grew up and how much has happened to her. She is more confident, outspoken and she starts to understand Eve also. She finally stopped listening to others about what she is going through.

Jackson….swoon…he is the dreamy guy. A gentleman that is treating Jocelyn right in both of their lives. He is caring, attentive and always there for her. He proves that with his surprise in Boston. It’s really hard not to love him.

I love the turn that Ms. Waddington did with turning the story a bit darker and mysterious. And the new turn out with Sidney is just brilliant!

4,5 stars from me!


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