Review: Sunder by Tara Brown


Every town has its secrets.

Secrets that hold it, and the people who live there, together.

When Liv Daniels moves to Wolfville, Maine with her father, she discovers the small town has more than its fair share.

But the quaint, coastal townsfolk aren’t the only ones with secrets.

Liv has one too.

Hers is buried deep inside of her, where even she doesn’t know it exists.

But someone does, and he’s not going to give up until he breaks it free from her.

But how do you free someone from a secret they don’t know they have?


This book is amazing, my love for Tara Brown continues to grow with each publication of hers I read. I was looking for something different and this was just the paranormal Young Adult fix I needed. From falling in love with complex characters to dramatic, unexpected plot twists, this book had me enchanted from page 1. The story starts off with city girl Liv being uprooted from her life and moved to the middle of no-where with her step-mom and dad. We also have a 2000+ year old curse, bad blood, and deceit from those we least expected.

There are werewolves, vampires, and witches in this town, it is protected and a safe area from the hunters. I don’t want to give away the plot but this story is all about being saved by true love and being set free by true love. The cover says if you like Twilight you will like this story, or something of that nature but this is so much more than that. Liv is a strong heroine, she isn’t weak like Bella. Briton is amazing and caring and protective. Its the kind of story you don’t want to end but you don’t want it to drag out because the characters don’t deserve to deal with any more drama. With that I am going to stop because I am getting all emotionally attached to fictional beings.



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