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Review: Intuitive by Kat Fugate


Intuitive
Author: Kat Fugate
Release: October 26th 2014
Source: Purchased on Amazon Kindle
Genre: Young Adult
Rating: 5 Stars
Website: http://www.katfugate.com/


What if you could bring someone you love back from the dead?

Miah Rogers never thought she’d be desperate to capture the past and hold it tightly in a mason jar. She never thought she’d be entering her senior year at Luken High feeling like a lunatic either. But after her mom’s mysterious death and sightings of her mom’s ghost, she is shell-shocked. Now, she must decide what kind of person she is: the kind of person who ignores the truth or the kind of person who is willing to stand up for what she knows is right.

Cameron has been watching Miah from afar. His secret will draw him closer, and his powers will draw her to him. But what he doesn’t know is that Miah’s not the only one who will fall in love. Now, everyone has someone to fight for. For Miah and Cameron, the truth will either pull them closer together or keep them apart.

And the truth comes with consequences: a society that will expose them to supernatural gifts, greed, secrets, danger and the knowledge that sometimes the things we fear are the things we need to face to become who we’re meant to be.


My thoughts on this intriguing story...

(I wrote this review a few months before I started blogging)
I love the title, right away it suggested to me some sort of sensitivity, maybe to a sixth sense or something. This is what made me want to read this book. But don't let the title fool you into thinking it's just a spooky story, it's so much more! Miah is the main character, right away I feel for her. She goes from a normal high school teen to someone who's mother died mysteriously in the bathtub. Then things get weird: she starts seeing her mother's ghost, hence the title Intuitive!

Because whether I like it or not, I cannot escape the spotlight: I am Miah Rogers, better known as the girl whose mother died mysteriously in the bathtub. No known cause of death.

Enter Cameron James, I adore that Cameron calls Miah "Rogers" and Miah calls Cameron "James" once they start to build that relationship between the two. Now I just love a couple "meant to be" and in my eyes Cameron & Miah are! In some ways they remind me of Bella & Edward from, well you know from where!

Now let’s talk secondary characters. There is one particular character who I thought the author did a phenomenal job creating! His name is Rhett. I was actually reading other reviews and some readers would have preferred that Miah end up with Rhett, I am so glad that did not happen! Does this mean that there is a love triangle in the book? Well technically yes, but in my mind heck no! Why you ask? Well the way in which the story was written Miah and Cameron had that undeniable love and attraction for each other.

"My heart knows its story is being written, scribbled in blue ink across a pink sheet of paper. " I give myself to the moment. "It’s impossible to be here and not know that we’re falling in love."

This book was right up my alley! If you like YA romance where the characters just know they are meant to be together then this book is for you! I also love that the two main characters in this book are both strongly devoted to their families, although Cameron's is a bit unconventional they are still his family.

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Comments

  1. This sounds pretty good! I'll have to add it on goodreads. :)

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    1. I'm sure you will love this book Angel! Thanks for checking out my review. :)

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  2. Great review, Miranda! This sounds like my kind of book. I just purchased it. :)
    Just followed you by GFC

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    1. Yay! I'm so happy that you purchased Intuitive! Please let me know what you thought once you've read it! Thanks for the follow, I'll be sure to check out your blog! :)

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