Cherry Blossom Ball (House of Alternatives #1)



Vampyre Hunter Dayamanti Karriea And Half Fae Freya Mackenzie Have One Thing In Common Neither Of Them Fit In In The Supernatural World As The Annual Cherry Blossom Ball Approaches, Each Of Them Receives An Invite That Fills Them With Dread All Guests From The Supernatural Educational System, Nicknamed The House Of Alternatives Have Been Chosen By The Highest Power And Once They Accept The Black And Gold Envelope They Have No Choice But To Attend The Reluctant Women Arrive At The Ball And Find It Just As The Imagined, Until A Murder Is Committed Shock Ripples Through The Ball, As Dayamanti And Freya Are Surprised By The Supernatural Councils Apparent Lack Of Interest In The Crime, They Become Determined To Find Out Who Committed The Murder And If Will They Strike Again One Thing You Can Be Certain Of This Year, It Will Be Murder On The Dance Floor.Cherry Blossom Ball (House of Alternatives #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 218 pages
  • Cherry Blossom Ball (House of Alternatives #1)
  • Erika Jayne
  • 25 August 2017
  • 1291950516

10 thoughts on “Cherry Blossom Ball (House of Alternatives #1)

  1. says:

    I was given a copy of this book by the Author for an honest review.CHERRY BLOSSOM BALL has rich world building and well developed characters Dayamanti does not want to go to the cherry blossom ball, and each year she hides so she will not be given an invitation to the ball This year she is forced from hiding when she has to take an exam in one of her classes or risk failing Once she receives the invitation she must go, and being from the Royal House she must attend all the all the...

  2. says:

    I loved the opening of the book It felt like Brandon Sanderson s The Rithmatist, just with fairies instead of chalk wizards and a female protagonist But within a few pages, I was to be disappointed.The number of mistakes and typos was far too high for my preferences I understand a few are to be expected, but there was a lot of missing punctuation, grammar mistakes, VERY obvious repetitions, and typos all around I d guess that it didn t undergo the tender ministrations of a professional edito I loved the opening of the book It felt like Brandon Sanderson s The Rithmatist, just with fairies instead of chalk wizards and a female protagonist But within a few pages, I was to be disappointed.The number of mistakes and typos was far too high for my preference...

  3. says:

    a fabulous book would recommend everyone read it x

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