Review: Accordance (Significance Series #2)

 

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(Click on the cover to take you to the Goodreads page)

Accordance (Significance Series #2)

By Shelly Crane

Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance

Available Formats: E-book, Paperback

Available At: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo, and Smashwords

~Synopsis~

In the sequel, Maggie learns much more about all the strange things that happened to her, and has to face new ones. She rebels against it, but ultimately, must face it for her new families sake and maybe even her life. Bish went from being her biggest supporter to her biggest pain in the butt and Kyle’s intentions to attract her interest may not be so innocent. Caleb and Maggie face many new obstacles together and fight to work through them but will one that should be a good thing be too much for Maggie to handle?

~Review~

*No Spoilers, I Promise*

“Accordance” was phenomenal and I couldn’t have asked for a better sequel. Once again the storyline and characters drew me right in, and I was so entertained by the story that I had a very hard time putting my e-reader down.

     I was pleasantly surprised by many of the events that happened in this book and quite a few were very shocking, but I promise in a good way. “Accordance” kept me highly entertained throughout the entire novel and not once did I get bored or wished to quit. It definitely took me on a roller coaster ride that was both thrilling and adventurous, not knowing what could possibly happen next. It definitely left me craving for more, I can tell you that!

     The lovely and talented Shelly Crane made it incredibly easy to fall even more in love with all of the characters, which I honestly didn’t think was possible. I loved that I could see more of Maggie and Caleb’s relationship and how they dealt with everything going on. I can’t tell you how much I loved the private conversations they had with each other in their minds. They both could say the sweetest and most romantic things to each other, and that made me love them all the more. I’m pretty sure I swooned several times by some of the remarks Caleb said. Both of them also argued well with each other, and always resolved things amicably and for the better. I was also happy to see Caleb and Maggie have more interaction with some of the characters, like Bish and Kyle, among a few others. Although at times the situation could be strained between characters, they almost always seemed to work stuff out. I loved all of the Jacobson clan and I’m highly anticipating reading more about them. I’m excited to see what happens with a few of the non-imprinted family members.

     I am totally and completely in love with the Ace paranormal aspect of the Significance Series. I love how they imprint and get their abilities after they ascend. It was amazing to see Maggie come into her own and be more comfortable using her abilities. There were many shocking revelations that will be sure to leave you floored. I’m not one for spoiling a book for readers in a review, so I will leave out exactly what happened. But just know that you will most likely be happy about the outcome.

     “Accordance” was an awesome, awesome, awesome,  sequel and I absolutely can’t wait to read the next installment! Maggie and Caleb were as amazing as ever and so were all of the other characters, especially Bish, Jen, Kyle, etc. – even though some of them were a bit obstinate in the beginning. The events that occurred in this sequel were quite surprising and interesting, but in the end left me craving for even more. All I can say is, bring on “Defiance!”

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