Bex's rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
'A Girl Called Malice' is an orginal read, one which kept me gripped, made me laugh and made me unbelievably sad at times.
Alice is such a fabulous character. I was in awe of her sassy attitude. Discovering the history of this character, who was so easy to hate in book one, was a stroke of genius. The author developed a character who as was fresh as she was deeply wounded. The complexity of her character was fascinating to follow, and I enjoyed every moment.
Aurelia B. Rowl's style is effortless; perfect for this genre, making it a quick and easy read. Do not be fooled by the 'ease', however. 'A Girl Called Malice' deals with some heavy topics; it's simply that the author does it so well.
A fabulous read.
A Girl Called Malice (Popping the Cherry #2)
by Aurelia B. Rowl (Goodreads Author)