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Of course another male character is introduced. Instead, Katy's time in Onyx is almost completely monopolized by a new character, Blake, or as Daemon would call him: Anyway, I'm not sure what it is about the Lux series or Armentrout's writing that has me begging for more, but I know I am now desperately waiting for Opal. Instead of an improving heroine, it's an annoying one with unwise decisions. Oh gosh It was fun. I can't wait for everyone to read this - it has everything that I love - the full range of emotion from laughing to gasping to crying, major adventure, and the incredible chemistry between Katy and Daemon.
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FC Barcelona. Blue Spanish Eye-Engelbert Humperdinck. Ruffin Alger. Learn Spanish: Jesusa Toliver. Yup let me just say he is one hell of a mystery with such gasp inducing secrets. Like I'm gasping thinking about it. I have to say, I didn't like him. At all. I guess I was a teensy bit attracted to him at first but then well I wasn't the only one who felt icky when it came to Blake.
Daemon instantly made reserves against hom and didn't trust him at all. But despite that, Katy refused to acknowledge my ranting screams at her or heed to Daemons words. Not that shes one who "heeds" to anything But oh god I have so much that I want to ramble on about. Most of which are far too spoilery. It had everything! It made me laugh and smile, gasp and cry. Cry so so much. I loved it, hugged it, kissed it, screamed at it, threw it, stared at it Yah, it was one intense relationship, let me tell you.
And that ending? Well just prepare yourself for some serious head banging This wait for Opal will truly kill me. And I guess we can all agree that this wait. This heart-wrenching, bang-your-head-on-wall, rock-yourself-in-the-corner, maddening wait. For this UN-believable book. Was, SO. My whole body tensed as he neared and placed his hands on either side of me.
Then he bent over the chair between us, resting his forehead against mine. He inhaled deeply and it came out in an unsteady rush.
When he spoke, his voice was rough. A wavy lock of hair covered his forehead, brushing against thick lashes. His lips curled into a half smile. I dropped my bag outside the walls and hopped up on the desk opposite him. Daemon swaggered into class. Textbook-less as usual. I was beginning to suspect our math teacher was an alien, because how else would Daemon get away with not doing a damn thing in class?
He passed by without so much as a look. I twisted around in my chair. No one really goes in there. You know, with all those books and stuff. My foot slipped on a section of well-cleaned wood and my butt smacked on the floor.
I remained sprawled across the narrow hallway, trying to catch my breath. Well, yes, I make a habit out of it. Actually, I knocked several times, but I heard your…singing, and your door was unlocked. I was the biggest asshat alive. Although, I'm much better at the show part rather than the tell. He thumped his hand off his chest, directly above his heart.
And I'm not the type of person to run from anything, no matter how hard it is. And you know what? Maybe I was wrong. You were burning up. Nice look. Very nice. Not something I expected to see on Monday night, but I'm not complaining. I saw a lot. I smacked his hand away. My knuckles only brushed his face before he caught my hand. Wowzer, he was fast. Daemon pulled me up against his chest and lowered his head, eyes snapping with restrained anger. This was just too much!!!
My name is Blake Saunders. I twisted toward Blake. At his full height, he was a good head taller than Blake. View all 81 comments.
Aug 23, Steph Sinclair rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Lux fans. Actual rating: Favorite new Paranormal Romance series, thy name is Lux. I've said before that from the moment I first started seeing the Lux books floating around, I avoided them.
Sometimes I start a book series just to get to a certain book in that series. The best example would have to be Jul Actual rating: Even though I do believe that each book in a series should be able to stand on its own merit, I will often tell people to read those series just to get to that special book.
And I know that there is more to come from the Lux series, but until then I'll be saying to read this series to read Onyx. Armentrout wasn't fooling around with Onyx. From the very beginning it seemed she had a plan to really up the ante with book two and I'm happy to say it didn't disappoint.
So obviously that makes this a more difficult review to write without spoilers. Onyx picks up shortly after Obsidian and we have Katy, still sarcastic as ever, and Daemon, determined to prove to Katy his feelings are true and not just the result of their newfound alien connection. In fact, the biggest change in Onyx is Daemon and his attitude for Katy. Gone is the "douche canoe" from the previous novel and let's just say I can totally see when the dude has a Facebook page called Daemon Invasion.
And while this did get a bit frustrating as a reader, I can understand her reluctance to him considering his past actions, no matter what his intentions were. Unfortunately, her stubbornness ultimately ends with devastating consequences that I honestly never saw coming. I'm not going to give it away, but I'll say I shed a few tears. One thing I was sad about was Dee's character being slightly put on the back burner in this novel. I missed the relationship between her and Katy.
Instead, Katy's time in Onyx is almost completely monopolized by a new character, Blake, or as Daemon would call him: Bozo, due to his jealously that he manages to marginally hide from Katy.
I wish I could tell you more about Blake, but that would give away way too much of the plot. However, I did think there was a love triangle brewing But the best part of this new character?
Fun, fun, fun banter! It's like a disease. The plot is so much deeper, suspenseful and complex too. I thought I had an idea where things were going at the end of Obsidian, but I was so wrong. There were so many twists in this book and not a shred of a Twilight similarity, I might add. And the steamy scenes between Katy and Daemon? I knew based on a guest post at Xpresso Reads that Armentrout didn't plan on shying away from sex in a YA novel, because really, it's a part of life and coming of age.
But, oh, my damn.
Time stopped for us. The world and everything I'd been part of only existed outside the closed bedroom door, but in here, it was only us. And for the first time, there was nothing between us. We were open, vulnerable to each other. Pieces of our clothing disappeared.
His shirt. A button came undone on his jeans Anyway, I'm not sure what it is about the Lux series or Armentrout's writing that has me begging for more, but I know I am now desperately waiting for Opal.
More reviews and other fantastical things at Cuddlebuggery Book Blog. View all 26 comments. May 07, Hailey Hailey in Bookland rated it did not like it Shelves: This is my first ever DNF I got most of the way through it I just could not force myself to put up with anymore talk of sexy aliens and their kissable lips. Apparently I've outgrown my ability to like something like this. View all 9 comments. Aug 04, Booknut rated it it was amazing Shelves: My feelings for Daemon right now: My thoughts for those who do not ship Daemon and Katy when I read all the cute scenes of them together: This was such a cute short story - I was so depressed when it got to the end!!
I wanted more!!! Can't wait until the next book - Jennifer's writing is addictive! Uploaded with ImageShack. View all 5 comments. She's still there. And that's you. Let me just start off by saying that this book definitely had its improvements including character development, much more shocking and intense moments, more Katy and Daemon moments, and a less jerk-face known as Daemon Black.
By that, I mean he isn't the same asshole he was in Obsidian. As it started, I was struggling to really get into it and the rating was between a 2 and a 3, but I guess the 3 whole stars are enough to complain but love this book. Paranormal Romance is not my favorite kind of romance.
I'm not a fan of reading about a human falling for a paranormal creature. I find it quite absurd. But even though I don't think I'll ever be the biggest fan of it, I think giving it a try won't be a bad idea. Whether it's YA or NA, I think giving a genre you think you will never enjoy a shot is worth it, even if you end up hating it and wanting to burn the book. From my experience, I'm kind of glad I've never been there. Of course I've read books I've finished and hated and regretted wasting my time on it, but never a moment where I wanted to throw the book in the trash and burn the whole book.
Jennifer definitely had me with my eyes wide while reading this one. I was shocked at everything new that happened, I was sad for the betrayals, and I was entertained by how everything happened.
Being a fast-paced read, I couldn't really stop where I left off. Everything was so much better than Obsidian. Starting from where it left, ending to where I believe the next book will start. Onyx was actually not a major step up to Obsidian, it only had some things expected in a second novel. Nothing was really missing since there are still other books left to read that will lead to the ending, so I was glad JLA didn't provide too much information about the next books. Of course, new characters were introduced, but even with that, nothing was given too much.
What happened in Onyx felt right and felt like it meant to happen. With surprising moments coming together, everything had its right build up. The romance between Katy and Daemon was taken to a whole new other level! Katy wasn't the same Katy she was introduced as in Obsidian, and Daemon isn't the douchebag known to ruin everything and be both hated and loved by fellow readers.
Katy instead discovers secrets about herself but about other people—things she never really expected. Daemon not only tries his best to convince Katy that he loves her, but to find out the truth about his brother. Even when Katy finally accepts herself that she is in love with Daemon, she can't help these new things happening to her but to the people around her. She's been lied to, betrayed to, and she's been hurt by people she trusted.
To be honest, I didn't expect the romance to make so much of a change. I expected to hate both of them together but only ended up wishing them happy moments and wanting more moments of them together.
See, Daemon seriously made improvements. I was so damn surprised! He actually cared about Katy, wanted to protect her, and cared for her in a way he hasn't cared for anyone else. Of course his love and protection for his sister is different and knowing he cares so much about her makes it all so much better.
It's pretty swoon worthy. Katy, like I said, isn't the same Katy. Besides finding out secrets and discovering things about herself, she is quite annoying, stubborn, and foolish in this novel. Instead of Daemon being an asshole, Katy was able to be a bitch at times. I'm sorry, but she thought she could make things better when she was making things worse.
That is something I hate from novels. I hate how the authors decide to introduce us to a beautiful and lovable character, only making me want to throw the book because of how frustrated I get due to the annoyance and foolish choices.
Instead of making things better, things get worse. Instead of an improving heroine, it's an annoying one with unwise decisions.
Even with a love-triangle involved, it didn't really bother me since I knew Katy liked Daemon, just didn't accept it. Of course another male character is introduced.
Someone who um, I ended up hating. Another disappointment from here. Blake, he sounded cute and lovable like Katy. In fact, he was like Katy!
Or pretended to be I guess. He loved books, blogging, he's from California, he loves surfing, and he was an X-Men nerd like Katy. It made me love him as the new "school kid" like Katy was but after finding out the truth, all I wanted to do was punch him and hurt him.
The plot was similar to Obsidian. Alien mojo shit. The only small step was how the world building is kind of new to me since I'm not a fan of Paranormal myself. It's kind of great reading a story where a lot of them are relatable and come from the same place, trying to defend each other and risking each other lives for others. Different world buildings where not only humans are involved are much better in my opinion, which is why I'm trying to give this genre a try.
I'm looking forward to the rest of the series. I really want to see how Katy's and Daemon's relationship starts, now that they're a couple, and I'm excited to finally learn about Daemon's brother, Dawson. Hopefully he isn't an asshole like Daemon. Of course, he fell in love with a human and left a trace on her. I'm excited to see how Dee's and Katy's friendship works out and see how it either grows or fades, and I'm excited to see what JLA has waiting for me.
I'm excited for this new stuff and maybe, just hopefully, Paranormal Romance won't be hated so much by me after this series. View 2 comments.
Jan 08, Sam rated it it was amazing Shelves: Onyx is the second book in the much-loved Lux series. Action, mystery, romance and a whole load of aliens. Be prepared for another dose of Jennifer L. Armentrout's awesomeness! In Obsidian , Katy met Dee and Daemon, brother and sister with a dangerous secret.
Now, in Onyx , Katy's relationship with the two siblings is stronger than ever, especially her all-too-hot relationship with Daemon. But Katy and Daemon are connected, due to a deadly battle against the arum, and Daemon is determined to prove Onyx is the second book in the much-loved Lux series. But Katy and Daemon are connected, due to a deadly battle against the arum, and Daemon is determined to prove that what he feels for Katy has nothing to do with the unearthly tie.
To make matters worse, the Department of Defense is snooping, and if then find out that Katy and Daemon are linked If you thought Obsidian was hot, Onyx will melt you into one big gooey puddle. In this engrossing sequel, we see that Katy has grown into a stronger person.
She is ready to take risks and make her own decisions, even if it means ignoring Daemon's warnings. Katy and Daemon made me laugh so much! The two are just the cutest couple. It was interesting to watch Katy deny her attraction to gorgeous Daemon Black, because she always failed miserably at lying to his face. I think you will be shocked to here that Daemon is so much hotter in this book. Yes, yes, I thought it wasn't possible either! We see the more loving and caring side to him that we've all been waiting for.
He even makes an appearance in one of Katy's In My Mailbox posts that, unsurprisingly, gets quite a few hits. I love Jennifer's writing so much and for those of you who haven't read any of her books then you should get them ASAP! She creates the hottest guys with the most entertaining of personalities.
If your looking for a set of amazing books to read this summer then check out all of Jennifer's books. Overall, Onyx is a very worthy sequel that will definitely satisfy fans of the first book and will keep readers captivated until the very end. The third book, Opal? I want you now. I hate them! Why don't you give me the book He looked me straight on. You do want this. Just as badly as I do. Daemon eyes flashed. Want to throw another adverb out there?
He shrugged. Upset tummy or not, there was no way I could refuse that. Daemon placed half the cookie between those full, totally kissable lips. Oh, holy alien babies everywhere My mouth dropped open. Several of the girls at the table made sounds that had me wondering if they were turning into puddles under the table, but I couldn't bring myself to check out what they really were doing.
That cookie—those lips—were right there. Heat swept over my cheeks. I could feel the eyes of everyone on else, and Daemon Dee gagged. What did he think I was going to do? Take the cookie from his mouth like something straight out of an R rated version of Lady and the Tramp?
Heck, I kind of wanted to and I wasn't sure what that said about me. Daemon reached up and took the cookie. There was a gleam to his eyes, as if he just won some battle.
Breaking the cookie into two, he handed me the larger piece.
I snatched it away, half tempted to throw it back in his face, but it was So I ate it and loved it. Falling Books Jan 23, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves: No tengo palabras. Estoy ansiosa en ver como Dawson entra en juego y como se desarrolla la historia. So adorable!! I would have to agree with Kat on this one, for anyone who isn't an avid reader will never understand the power of a single book and how it can be treasured among the finest jewels on earth.
They are created from the guts, dreams and drive of an author. Printed and bound for our entertainment, for our pleasure and for our escape. They will invoke any range of emotions from laughing your ass off, to crying endless tears to making you So adorable!!
They will invoke any range of emotions from laughing your ass off, to crying endless tears to making you so mad you feel the need to hit something. They have the power to make you swoon like alittlegirl and make you smile till your face falls off. The written world is a very strong bond between reader and the world the author creates. Dramatic enough?
Sure, but I mean ever word of it. If your passion is to read greatness, then you my friends and fellow book lover are in for a real treat when you reach for Onyx by the sensational Jennifer Armentrout. Onyx begins right after the aftermath of Obsidian See, I'm not sure how much I should mention since a series of events happen rapidly throughout the entire novel. It starts with what happens to Kat and doesn't stop till the book is over. The tiniest thing could be a potential spoiler.
There are simply to many twist and turns that I never saw coming and I want the readers to experience everything Onyx and Jennifer brings to this incredible sequel. Trust me, I'd love to scream to the world about everything I've learned.
The punches just kept coming and I don't think I was ever fully prepared. So all I'm gonna say about the story-line is that it's worth the wait. It's exciting and heart-pounding and Jennifer is a mad genius and I bow down to her greatness.
I absolutely adored where she took the story, and if your fan of these books, I think you will too. I am however gonna gush about these amazing characters. Okay, I'm gonna gush about Kat and Daemon cause really that's all who matters the most or at least to me.
Kat really stepped up in this book. She's always been a great character, someone to be proud of and relate to, but I feel like she's taken us on a different level. She's a flawed character who makes lots of mistakes, but she learns from them and owns up. There were a few times I wanted to shake her straight, but her frustration and ours was justified so I could hardly fault her for them.
Her book loving, book-boyfriend and video reviewing is another reason I find her so easy to relate to. She taps on the obsession side of any reader making her even more likable. That scene with Daemon helping out with her video was absoulty hysterical. But there is so much more to Kat. I love that she wants to stand by Daemon and Dee as equals, that she wants to protect the people she loves just as much as Daemon does.
I love her strength, determination and her loyalty, but what I love about her the most is that she challenges Daemon every step of the way. Just as must as he challenges her. He has far surpassed Edward Cullen and even Jace Wayland at this point and that's really saying something. Half sexy, half bastard. Equally delicious. I've always loved the punk-ass in him, but we get to see a side to him that can only be described as a privilege.
My only complaint? Do the right-thing-by-you? Really Daemon? And one more thing, a jealous-Daemon has gotz to be the sexist dame thing I ever did see. So freaken cute! I had my suspicions throughout the book, and I guessed a few things right but I didn't guess them all. I wish I could say more but I'm afraid I'm gonna spoil something so I'll stop now. So all I'm gonna say is that I agree with Daemon wholeheartedly. Bottom line, I couldn't love a book more.
Jennifer's writing is so so incredible. I don't even know how to describe how much I adore this women and her books. I laughed so much my face actually hurt afterwards. I jumped up and down screaming at my computer screen and paced my house trying to calm the hell down. This is the stuff that makes me love being a reader. It physically pains me to think about the wait for the next book, Opal. But I have no doubt that Jennifer will delivered another gem worth worshiping.
The Lux series is one of the most addicting books I've ever read. It will always be treasured among my favorites! Special thanks to Entangled Publishing. I could kiss you! View all 40 comments.
Jun 22, Wendy Higgins added it Shelves: I can't wait for everyone to read this - it has everything that I love - the full range of emotion from laughing to gasping to crying, major adventure, and the incredible chemistry between Katy and Daemon. View all 20 comments. Feb 28, Srikari rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am so heart broken you guys! I thought my book boyfriends ruined me for real boys bUT Daemon Black, this guy, he ruined me for humans beings all together.
I will never love again! That's it! I am gonna self combust again. View all 17 comments. Espero leer pronto el tercer libro de la saga! That was I really don't know what to feel right now. Everything is messed up inside me I feel everything and nothing in the same time Joy, sorrow, rage, calm Every damn feeling is floating inside me! At this point, i would like to hung and comfort some people Am i comfusing you???
If you were in my place now, i'm pretty sure that you'll be feeling the same In the beginning of "Onyx", the thi That was In the beginning of "Onyx", the things were nearly the same as the first book. Katy and Daemon still arguing all the time The difference were that Katy didn't believe that Daemon have feelings for her and if he had From the other hand, Daemon was trying hard to show her the depth of his heart He didn't give up as much as she keep being stubborn Until a new boy arrived in their school and everything had change I won't be in more details because i will ruin the whole thing if you're about to read it!!!
The only thing that i will say it's that nothing is as it seems There's a lot of secrets, a lot of betrayal, lots of fights If you haven't read that series yet, you should do it!!!
It will worth it!!! View all 19 comments. Jan 01, Sophia Triad rated it really liked it Shelves: In other words, Daemon will start pursuing Kate and Kate after she had almost died in the previous book will discover that she has some strange powers that she was not supposed to have and she cannot control.
Yes, Daemon will still be a jerk most of the times. That "By New Year's Day, you'll have admitted that you're madly, deeply, irrevocably, and irresistibly in love with me. Surfer and cool Blake will show interest in Kate. And Daemon will turn green not because he is an alien but because jealousy makes him suffer. Kate on the other hand tries to deny that she is not the same Kate any more. And she tries to avoid her feelings for Daemon unsuccessfully.
Bad bad girl! She will start playing with two boys and in the end she hurts the most. Humans and aliens have many secrets, many things to deal, not enough trust.
The story flows with its twists, its funny moments and the tension between Kate, Daemon and Blake or is it Ben, or Bobby, or Flake, or Bilbo etc. I probably would've gobbled up this story when I was 16 years old and new to the YA world, but enough is enough. I've had it with overbearing, overprotective, controlling boyfriends. I tried, but I absolutely cannot stand Daemon Black.
He is such a whingeing child. Everything has to go his way and if it doesn't, he gets all petulant. He also refuses to stop calling Katy "Kitten" despite her asking him a thousand times, manhandles her, tracks her every movement, doesn't take "no" for an answer, and grows violent and possessive whenever another guy so much as looks at her.
Not to mention all the times he calls Blake by the wrong name and interrupts all three of their dates - could you be any more immature? Grow up. I think I'm done with this series. The guy is a complete asshole and does not improve. I'm glad he's not explicitly abusive or as big of a jerk as some other YA guys, but not being the worst thing ever doesn't really redeem him.
Katy goes on a date with another guy, so Daemon shows up to sabotage it and dump noodles on the guy. And guys being "scary" are just View all 8 comments. View all 7 comments. Sep 20, DW rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love this series so frigging much!! Nov 18, Donna rated it it was amazing Shelves: Onyx starts pretty much where Obsidian finishes. Katy is convinced that D Oh, holy alien babies everywhere Katy is convinced that Daemon is only interested in her because of the connection they now share, so when new boy Blake turns up - showing his interest in Katy, she is happy with the attention she is getting from him but, can she really forget her feelings for Daemon?
Not only does Katy have to deal with boy drama but she also has to deal with the consequences from Daemon healing her and they are truly life changing for her. Struggling to deal, Katy tries to solve things on her own but is she only making things worse? And can she really protect the ones she loves? Yes, it's safe to say I have fallen in love with another book by this author and she really does know how deliver a fantastic storyline that keeps you sitting on the edge of seat from excitement.
It's action packed all the way through, with enough descriptions to make you really feel like your with the characters and this book is seriously HOT! The temperature goes up a whole new level and the scenes between Daemon and Katy do not disappointment.
The characters this time around grow so much. Katy becomes a lot stronger, even though she is still her funny and witty self, the changes that happen to her force her to become someone stronger. She trains hard and really tried her best to become Daemon's equal. Even though they aren't the perfect couple, Daemon really tries his hardest to win Katy over.
You see a side of him that you have never seen before and it will seriously leave you girls wishing you had you're very own Daemon Black. He's even more swoon-worthy and totally steals the show. All in all, Onyx is a fantastic sequel and the author has done a fantastic job by adding the right amount of excitement, romance and suspense to the story, and of course I can't forget to mention one VERY shocking part of the story that will leave you breathless.
Jennifer has definitely raised the bar for Opal which will be released in December and I seriously cannot wait.
A huge thank you to Entangled Publishing for giving me the opportunity to review this book. This book was very good but much sadder and action packed than the first one.
I had some time in between so there is going to be a full long review.