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Intuition by Amy A. Bartol, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The tale of Evie and Reed’s complicated romance continues, in the second novel of the Premonition series. Intuition (Premonition, book 2) by Amy A Bartol – book cover, description, publication history.

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Intuition (The Premonition, #2) by Amy A. Bartol

Want to Intuittion Currently Reading Read. Fans of Hush, Hush, Existence, and Twilight. Overall, I loved this book and can’t wait to see what happens next! I wish that that conflict would have been with another Fallen and that she’d not even gone down the path of introducing fae.

Book Review: Intuition (The Premonition #2) by Amy A. Bartol

See my blog for more, I have a book tour stop at my blog for book 4, with a dream cast. Apr 14, Christy rated it really liked battol. I loved the first book, but this one took everything to another level.

Brennus get on my nerves really bad. I will say that it is fairly short, and we learn some things, but Russell’s southern accent is just annoying, more than anything else. I’m anxious to see what Brennus’ obsession with Evie means for their future, but I hold out hope that this amazing love story will find them strong enough to pull through in the end!!


And with danger still lurking, and the group still trying to make their way back to each other, the story is far from over. The main character, Evie, continued to find out who she really was and where she truly belonged. That made the story seemed more relating and smoothly connected. Then the poor sap of a soul mate has to come and get her out before she bites the big one.

I missed the butterflies. The Premonition Series by Amy A.

Book Review: Intuition (The Premonition #2) by Amy A. Bartol

Another really great read. It’s always talk of him AND his friend, which is treated as equally important!

It’s just too much and I really didn’t like the whole segment with Brennus at all. Description Evie doesn’t open her eyes so she can’t see him, but she can smell him. I mostly agree with the two star review I read bsrtol.

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And what it did to me is conspicuously unfathomable when Reed spoke in Angel to express his sorrow and anguish. The romance between Evie and Reed was just as wonderful and the author does a great job in making me emotionally attached to them.


Except for that pesky middle segment in Russell’s POV.

Jun 15, Laz rated it really liked it Recommends it for: However, on total I really enjoyed this book. Those few chapters down in the copper tunnels had me on the edge of my inyuition.

They weren’t as pronounced as in the first book, but they are still there and glaringly obvious. Anyway I’ll read on, but I was left feeling more irritation that satisfaction at this book’s conclusion. Want to Read saving…. I love her voice and love the way she just sucks me into each chapter. How did her editors not edit that stuff out? We know intkition you boarded a bus. Boy I really had a bad time with that accent. The middle segment where we are in Ruseell’s POV I felt like telling her she should put on her big girl panties, suck it up and get out of there while killing as many of them as possible.

I found myself falling head over heals in love with a character from a book!