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Rafael Maestri Maestri itibaren Piyai River, Kuala Indragiri, Indragiri Hilir Regency, Riau, Endonezya itibaren Piyai River, Kuala Indragiri, Indragiri Hilir Regency, Riau, Endonezya

Okuyucu Rafael Maestri Maestri itibaren Piyai River, Kuala Indragiri, Indragiri Hilir Regency, Riau, Endonezya

Rafael Maestri Maestri itibaren Piyai River, Kuala Indragiri, Indragiri Hilir Regency, Riau, Endonezya

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Such a great read. Delia is a beta heroine. I don’t think I’ve ever given that term to a girl before, but if there was ever a beta heroine, it would be Delia. She’s completely adorable! She’s part of a long line of witches (skips generations) and has the ability to talk to statues. It’s a gift she enjoys, something that’s a part of her as well as her arms and legs are a part of her. She does hide her gift from people though, after being punished by her parents over the matter. Grant was overbearingly awesome. He’s a take care of kind of person. Sometimes his actions come across to Delia as pushing and unkind, but when you’re in his pov, you really see him trying his hardest to do what he thinks is best, making him completely endearing. Fav parts of the story: The chemistry between these two like to have melted my Kindle! There was so much sexual tension woven into the story. The statues Delia talked to were a charming lot. They became characters I began to care about and I wanted to know more about what they were doing, the shenanigans they were getting into. The mystery tied through out was enough to keep you on the edge of your seat, but not so much all you thought about was the mystery. It really gave me a chance to enjoy the characters and how their interactions continued to affect other parts of the story. It was such a unique story with Delia’s gift!