With a string of foster homes and a few minor brushes with the law behind him, seventeen-year-old Luke Tremaine is finally on the straight and narrow. But when one bad decision results in a fatal hit and run, he sees everything he's worked for, including his only real relationship with his almost girlfriend Daria, slip from his grasp. And just when he thinks his life is ovWith a string of foster homes and a few minor brushes with the law behind him, seventeen-year-old Luke Tremaine is finally on the straight and narrow. But when one bad decision results in a fatal hit and run, he sees everything he's worked for, including his only real relationship with his almost girlfriend Daria, slip from his grasp. And just when he thinks his life is over, a new one begins.Karma isn’t just a gorgeous goth chick, she’s a real live supernatural being who keeps a universal tab of all the rights and wrongs of humanity, and she has big plans for Luke. Unfortunately so does her evil sister Movekama AKA, Bad Karma.With dark enemies popping up out of nowhere, and despite ghosts treating him like he’s the next Ghost Whisperer, Luke must either find out where he fits in Karma’s grand plan—one she’s not too keen on letting him in on—or watch Daria die for his ignorance.With a healthy dose of humor, Karmic will take you on a whirlwind adventure, where magic and the mundane collide in the most amusing way.Fans of Sherrilyn Kenyon's the Chronicles of Nick series might appreciate Karmic....
|Title||:||Karmic (Book 1)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||300 Pages|
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Karmic (Book 1) Reviews
This book was so fun to read. It touched on all my interests and I loved the idea that Good and Bad Karma are actual beings, loved the ghosts, actually all the characters are great. I'm hoping there is a second book coming, it seems there is going to be, as a bit of a romantic I'm hoping much more develops between the two main characters! It was one of those books that I found myself yelling at the main character Luke, thank goodness no one was home! Actually I think I yelled a few times and Good Karma as well! A great read and a ton of fun!
This is the third book I have read by Denise Mathew and I have enjoyed every single one of them and all three have been very different in genre. I think it takes an incredible writer to be able to pull off great stories in multiple genres so I have the utmost respect for her. I would have loved to have been able to add another half star to my rating because honestly, this book deserved a 4.5 star rating because there was really only one thing that held me back in this book. I loved that she put a face to so many of the beings that are a part of our history in some way. The three furies, good and bad Karma, angels, elementals, spirits, etc. all get a description and real presence in this story. Daria, good Karma, and Al were perfect in this story....all three had wonderful personality and made me chuckle more than once. The plot was intense, quick moving, and kept me guessing in a couple of places. My only hang up with the book was Luke. For some reason I just couldn't completely relate to him. I liked that he was funny, clearly overwhelmed and trying to do his best, and loved Daria more than himself. However, I felt that there was a disconnect for me because I kept thinking that he would seem to mature a little bit throughout the story as all of these things kept happening to him and he realized how important Daria was to him, but I never really got that from him. He seemed to be willing to run back to life as it was regardless of all of these things and I think that disappointed me a little. I guess I just wanted to know that all of these experiences were making him realize that he had been selfish and that he was going to be better for himself and Daria in the future and I didn't really feel that way even at the end. I don't want him to lose his funny or his speaking before thinking ways or anything, just realize the importance of what he does have now that he has something/someone important in his life.*I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
One word to describe the theme of the book, HUMOR.It is absolutely funny and fun to read.I seriously love all the characters especially Al (He is not the main character) because his spelling sucks and the way Denise describes him made me grin.It has a great storyline, a steady plot, kick-ass Karma and awesome characters.I'm in love with all of Denise's books which is of different types of genre. She can WRITE!!Luke (The Main Character) is awesome and I find myself frustrated with him like how Daria feels.High five, girl.This was a great journey.Thank you for bringing me there. :DSincerely, Selina.www.booksandsweetepiphany.blogspot.com