Swoon by Nina Malkin
Published: New York : Simon Pulse, 2009
In rural Connecticut, when seventeen-year-old Dice tries to exorcise a seventeenth-century man who is possessing her cousin Pen, she inadvertently makes him corporeal--and irresistible.
I found Swoon to be a really good book. I loved every part of it.
I liked most of the characters, I really liked Dice and I thought she was a pretty cool character. I think that the only character I wasn't too fond of was Pen. But I have to say that I felt Nina Malkin did a good job with character development.
The story line itself is a really good one. It is unique and the first book I've read that is actually about possession.
Swoon is definitely a well-written book, the interest level is there too. The chapters are all quite short and so I kept telling myself, I'll just read one more chapter but I would soon find myself reading five chapters.
The only thing I didn't really like was the drug use but thats just me and to be honest it didn't change the way I felt about the story as a whole or anything like that.
Overall, Swoon is definitely worth your time. It is a great novel with a unique story line and great characters. If you enjoy paranormal stories with a twist of romance then Swoon is definitely the book for you.