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Review: The Lovers (Virtual Arcana #6) by Karen Amanda Hooper

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“I want this to be real. This,” I said. “Right here with you. Please tell me this moment is reality and I can stay here with you forever.”

It’s all been leading up to this. The final episode of the first season of Virtual Aracana is here and man what an incredible episode it is. After months and months of confusion, and twists and turns, I finally have answers. And wow, the answers I got have completely blown me away! What an incredible twist of events! I loved the way everything came together and a really epic moment for me was when my beloved Kindrily series gets a cameo (Sorry! That’s the only spoiler you’re getting from me).

The Lovers takes you on an incredible ride, with so many great twists and turns and amazing truths. I loved every second of it. Even with all the twists and surprises, this book still had some wonderful swoon worthy moments. When I read this quote:

“Since the first time I saw you, when our eyes met in the parking lot of Caffeine Machine, I knew you were the one for me. Whether or not you felt the same, I was yours, and would have followed you into oblivion.”

I think I fell in love with the characters and the story all over again. Karen Amanda Hooper has written an amazing story that has captivated me from start to finish. If you’ve been thinking about checking out this serial, I highly recommend doing so. It has something for everyone. The only question I have left in my mind is When can I get my hands on Season 2????

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

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