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A Vision of Green (Florence Vaine, #2) - L.H. Cosway I received this book from the author L.H. Cosway, she is actually the first author I received a book from when I started my blog, and I absolutely LOVED the first book in this series! So when I noticed on twitter she had a new book coming out… I was so excited! In the first book of this series we were introduced to Flo who was a shy girl from a seriously messed up family. In this book Flo has come to a lot of realizations about her life both before and what she wants in the future. However with the arrival of her junkie father she starts to slide back to old habits. The difference this time, is that Flo now has a lot of friends in her corner, and she has started to grow a backbone (I mean she must have gained a bit of confidence she did help defeat some crazy witches in the first book) But dealing with her father is not the only thing she has going on this time. She still has Frank, who is still too good to be true, I am waiting for him to do something really demon-like because well yea too perfect! But I have decided that I kinda sorta like Josh, he is a cutie as well, and he obviously has serious family issues as well… it will be interesting to see if anything happens between Flow and Josh in the future. I think the part I liked most about this book was the fact that Flo’s world collided with Tegan’s world, now I have not yet read the Ultimate Power Series (seriously? What is WRONG with me!) BUT I do have the first book on my Kindle waiting for me! And I know that I am going to love it because well I love this series, and now that I have met Tegan I want to know her story! So that series has just jumped substantially up my TBR pile! So in the end this book was FANTASTIC! It is a great mix of real life, fantasy, and a little bit of folklore as well! We learned some interesting little pieces of information in this book, and it makes me so excited to see what happens in the next book which will be released next year. “Sometimes it feels like I have so much to say, yet none of the ability to actually articulate it. So I remain silent, a quiet observer of human life as it orbits around me, so bright and fascinating. It catches right in my lungs, this need to express myself, and burns like a river of fire up to my vocal chords, stunting everything that's inside, struggling to break out.”Florence Vaine, A Vision of Green