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For small-town rebel Dani Webber magic and monsters are no more real than the Easter Bunny… until the day she accidentally stops time. Dani quickly discovers that not only do supernaturals exist, but she herself is one of them. This is great news for her life-long best friend Russ, who can finally come clean about his own supernatural status and his undying love for her. Before the two can start to enjoy the long overdue relationship, Dani is taken by a powerful council of supernaturals who believe she is the Chosen One destined to save them from extinction. 

As if being kidnapped and expected to save the world isn’t bad enough, an ancient prophecy warns of the Chosen One’s dark nature: “Only the truest love will keep her an agent for good.” The council believes they know who this “true love” is and, unfortunately, that person isn’t Russ. The mysterious, powerful and devastatingly handsome Seer is the last person Dani wants in her life, but when she starts having visions of a horrific future, she has no one else to turn to for help. 


Soon Dani finds herself torn between two very different boys with two very different opinions of whom she can trust. With the visions getting worse and time running out, Dani is forced to put aside her feelings and work with both the Seer and Russ before an ancient evil is unleashed upon the earth.




I’ve really loved all the books I’ve read by Kelly Oram so far, so I was especially excited to read her new book, Chameleon. Both the paranormal plot and constant twists the book had were awesome.  

The main character Dani finds out she’s a supernatural being in the beginning of the book, which causes her to be kidnapped by the Council. That definitely created a lot of action and cool twists in the plot. The Council was okay for the most part, but I really hated some of the things they thought were okay to do. Throughout the book, you did get to better understand their motives. For the different developments throughout the book, I was constantly glued to the page trying to figure out what would happened next, and I love when I’m into a book that much.

However, I didn’t enjoy the romance in Chameleon at all. There was a huge love triangle and while I’m sure some people might like it, I didn’t. Both guys were great, although I favored Russ over Gabriel. Russ was a more outspoken and fun person and Gabriel was more charming and sweet. I thought it was terrible how Dani jerked both guys along. She didn’t seem to care about either guy’s feelings, and I thought she could be really immature at times.

While the writing and plot itself were great, I’m not sure if I’ll continue on with the series due to me not liking the romance or Dani very much. I’d give Chameleon 3 out of 5 flowers :)



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