Jazz is feisty, independent and struggles with sticking with her team as a group, or going it alone to get revenge for her mother.
When she finds herself on the wrong end of a curse, Jazz needs to be strong and keep her hunger under control. With the help of her best friend Khan and a newly aquired friend, Jazz sets out to break the curse.
Did I like the book? Yes, I did. I wouldn’t say it had me hooked as I was able to pick it up and put it down and it didn’t keep me up late into the night eagerly devouring chapters. I did like the main characters and their “supporting cast”.
The plot/storyline: This didn’t really strike me as being a unique storyline/plot as I’ve read other books that have the same basic plot.
Action & Romance: Can’t fault the book, it has both. The fight scenes are well described and the romance is not “in your face” and doesn’t overshadow the whole book.
Overall, I would recommend ‘Cursed’ to YA readers because although it failed to haul me in, it was well written and should entertain it’s target audiences.
3.5 Shamrocks from me, and I would read the next installment to see if it gets me more engrossed.