30 September, 2012

#BookReview:: Seers (Seers #1) by Heather Frost

For Kate Bennet, surviving the car wreck that killed her parents means big changes and even bigger problems. As she begins to see auras and invisible people, Kate must learn to trust Patrick O'Donnell, a handsome Guardian, or risk her life being overrun with Demons. She soon realizes that both she and her heart are in big-time trouble.

After the accident that took her parents’ life, Kate Bennet could be never be the same girl again. It wasn’t just the emotional after effect. After her near-death experience, Kate Bennet can see auras. When she tries to tell people, nobody believes her. So she has no other choice but to keep it a secret from all except her best friend Lee. But then Patrick O’Donnel moves into her town and her school. He is not what he pretends to be and only Kate knows that because she can see the lack of his aura. The events that follow, turns Kate’s world upside down as she discovers the truth about herself and Patrick.

Kate Bennet turns out to be a really nice and likeable girl. Patrick is the hottie in story, but he gave in to Kate every single time. That reflects that either Kate is a strong force to be reckoned with or Patrick is too love-sick. Either way, it was fun for me. The twins, Josie and Jenna are positive additions to the story. But I loved Kellie, a.k.a Lee. She is such a loyal friend that I was often jealous of Kate. Yes, Lee is eccentric, but she is also bubbly and a good friend. Aaron is the sweet guy that every parent approves of. 

So, this is not your typical angel/demon story.  The guardian Angels do not have wings and the demons do not have horns. Yet Heather Frost has created a captivating new fantasy world. There’s quite a bit of romance, action and a lot of twists to keep you reading. Though there are similarities between this book and Evermore Series by Alyson Noel, this particular plot had a refreshing feel for a change. It is because of Heather’s writing style which is much more captivating. I was surprised to find out how young Heather is and she has enough time before her to mature. So I am sure, she will only get better.

I am looking forward to reading part 2 of the book soon.


  1. I like that this isn't your typical angel story and it sounds like this has a fun, very likeable set of characters. Glad you enjoyed this one, great review! :)

  2. Love the cover and the contents sounds wonderful too. :-)