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September 1, 2020

My Rating - 4 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Blue Rose Publisher
Genre - Fantasy
Publishing year - 2019
Language - English
ISBN - 978-93-89763-15-7
Pages - 406

My Review - 

My intention wasn't to follow you is a debut book written by Sadia Khalid. She created a fantasy world that revolves around hidden creatures living on the Earth. The plot is based in Ireland, where a billionaire Blaise Reynor falls in love with Giselle Oslen. Little did she knows that he is following him for some other purpose. 

Blaise and Giselle are meant for each other, but they have different perspectives on everything. One day, he asked her to marry him out of the blue, and then things take a twist. Giselle's whole world changed when she learned about the hidden powers inside her. The entire marriage was based on a lie, so Blaise can keep her close. Soon she is notified that there are people who want her dead, and it all connects with her charming husband. 

Giselle's curiosity helped her to understand and use her powers in an effective manner. While Blaise's wrath is the one thing that tests her patience. Sometimes his overprotectiveness makes Giselle feel like a prisoner, but his smirk and carmine eyes make her fall for him, and she forgets everything sooner or later. While she is making sense of everything with her husband's help, she got attacked by Menacers (Evil lord Xire's puppets). 

Blaise and his friends Adam, Scott, Xander, Damien, and other White Knights always defend Giselle from the vicious being, but a time came when they all were powerless to do it, and their defense starts crumbling, leaving Giselle alone to face Xire. The story is loaded with action strings, creatures that are not heard by Earthly beings, and no fantasy is complete without a curse or prophecy, am I right? Xire was an old acquaintance of Blaise, but his power thirst makes him their enemy, but why would he change? You need to read the novel to know the answers. 

The narration is slow-paced because Sadia Khalid describes everything in detail, leaving no loose ends. However, it also makes the story more intriguing, and I loved it when Giselle used the favor the Glints gave her. The language is easy to understand, but you need to look online while reading a few Spanish words. This fantasy book is best suitable for young adults. It is a story of love, friendship, and selfishness. I recommend it. 

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