ARC Review: Swear by Nina Malkin

Swear (Swoon, #2)
Release Date: October 18 2011
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Format: ARC Paperback
Genre: YA/Fiction/Supernatural
Source: Publisher

Goodreads Synopsis:
A promise broken. A bond betrayed.

It’s been six months since ghost-turned golem Sinclair Youngblood Powers confessed his love, stole Dice's heart, and disappeared from Swoon, perhaps from existence. Despite the hurt, Dice has been moving steadily toward ordinary. Dreams of Sin still plague and pleasure her sleep, and the mark of Sin's love remains on her skin, still sore. But Dice has been throwing herself into music, finding solace in song and sometimes even in the arms of her band mate, Tosh. Life seems almost…normal. The last thing Dice wants is to mess with anything remotely supernatural. But when her best friend’s boyfriend goes missing, Dice has no choice but to become very much involved. She knows that his disappearance was no accident, and it somehow has everything to do with Sin. Because Dice can feel it: Sin is back. And the promises and deceptions he left in his wake have returned to haunt him.
What do you do when an oath of devotion threatens to destroy the one you love?

My Thoughts:
I absolutely adored Swear. Nina did such an amazing job with Swoon I was so excited but also a little scared to read Swear. I was afraid that it wouldn't live up to Swoon. I was thrilled to say that Swear is on a level of it's own.

Dice and Sin have been through so much and after Sin disappears on Dice she was heartbroken. Sin mysteriously reappears six months later but it isn't the heartfelt reunion that Dice was hoping for.

The story takes a heartbreaking turn and Dice has to sit by and watch Sin be with another even though he doesn't love her. Dice has to figure out how to save her friend and be with the one she loves. Is she going to be able to do both?

This is a great series. Nina's writing is edgy and hypnotic. She has such a unique writing style that is captivating and haunting in a way that makes you want more. Her words come alive and traps you in the story. I love Dice and Sin and I will always love their story.

I Give This 5/5 Hearts!

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