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Monday, August 4, 2014

Blog Tour: CHAMELEON'S SPELL by @RoniOConnell [Guest Review, Playlist + Giveaway]

By Roni O'Connell
Release Date: May 28, 2014
Paperback, 282 pages
Genre: Fantasy/Fiction/Mature YA

She’d known it was coming—it always had to be dealt with, sooner or later. The effect Chameleon blood produced on the majority of humans was akin to taking aphrodisiacs or psychedelic drugs and all but the strongest minds succumbed.

Juliet Marchant has a secret—one that makes her hide from the world, until the day her friend, a shifter wolf, is slaughtered on her land for his brilliant pelt.

If Juliet is to fulfill her destiny, she must take her place in the world, unlock her Immortal powers, and face her dangerous attraction the human Commander of Spectral Command.
Chameleon’s Spell by Roni O’Connell is an absolutely amazing, quick read. Juliet has a secret that she has been hiding from the world...a world that while similar to ours now, but is set in the future. When her shifter friend is killed, she realizes it is time she steps up to the plate and takes action.

Juliet is likeable, strong, and a great main character. I found it increasingly easy to relate to her as the book went on. She is the type of girl you are literally rooting for throughout the book.

I love Roni O’Connell’s writing and have been looking forward to her newest book since the release of Float, and Chameleon’s Spell does not disappoint. She is an incredible storyteller and her words flow smoothly. I read this novel in one sitting, as it’s rather short, but Roni makes the most of every page.

I did find the beginning of the book to be a little slow-paced, but the more I read, the deeper I got pulled into the world she created and was instantly won over by Juliet.

Fans of mystery, fantasy, and romance will all love this book! Rating: 4/5

Roni O’Connell lives with her husband and two dogs high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. She finds inspiration in the forest, wildlife, and lakes around her home.
A former English teacher, Roni enjoys the company of young adults, their spirited opinions, great enthusiasm, and outrageous humor.

When Roni isn't writing novels, you can find her hiking in the forest or contemplating the wonders of nature.

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  1. One of my favorite books growing up was The Giver.

  2. My favorite to read with my family had to be Rainbow Fish. On my own it was definitely Harry Potter though :)