Tuesday, February 27, 2018


Title: A Life of Shadows
Series: The Redemption Saga #1
Author: Kristen Banet
Rating: 

Sawyer Matthews knows how to put one foot in front of the other, to keep moving while the nightmares haunt her, and her own failures taunt her. She's become a master at doing awful things with good intentions, terrible things for the sake of those who need her. She's long given up on being the hero, trying to find peace in no longer being the villain. 
When her past comes back and she finds herself caught by the International Magi Police Organization, she'll have to revisit her own personal hells and finally confront the very monster that made her what she is. The very monster that has already killed her once before. 
Will the “dead” Magi assassin Shadow finally come out of the dark to begin a fight for a redemption she doesn't believe she deserves? Or will her nightmares drag her back into the shadows that have defined her life? 

    

Sawyer has a pretty rocky past, and she's done some very horrible things, but when she does her best to go into hiding and help out kids that need it things start looking up. Until, her past comes back to haunt her. Now, she needs to stop the evil before it spreads, and she has a team of people to help her do it, but they don't know the truth or what she really is, and it will be a disaster if they find out, or will it?

This book was really really good. I was totally surprised, and I adored it. The heroine is super kick ass, and I enjoyed the other characters as well. Now, the only downside was how the heroine is supposed to be one of the biggest badasses in the world, yet she lets these guys she doesn't know order her around and treat her like she's fragile. It's a bit much and annoying, and doesn't go with who she really is. Other than that, it was just awesome, and I look forward to more. 
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