Masquerade of Myths by Takari Hunter

Demons, mythology and a flawed main character … Yes, please! Added this book series to my to-be-read pile immediately. What do you think?

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Betrayals & Broken Promises (Masquerade of Myths Book 1) available for purchase on Amazon

This was an interesting story, incredibly well written, set in a very intriguing and unusual world and with well developed characters. By the end of the book, I still couldn’t find it in myself to like the main character, but I could not stop reading to see what happens, and I’ve immediately pre-ordered the next two books.

Dahlia is the main character, a chameleon shifter, hidden not only from the humans, but other supernatural creatures, as well. She is a smart person who is prone to making incredibly stupid decisions. It is obvious that her decision making is greatly affected by her desperate desire to break free from her family and societal norms imposed on her, as well as the arranged marriage she is trying to escape, complemented by her unrealistic idea that her mother will…

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