Significance (Book One) by Shelly Crane

Maggie is a seventeen-year-old girl who’s had a bad year. Her mom left, her dad is depressed, she’s graduating, barely, and her boyfriend of almost three years dumped her for a college football scholarship. Lately, she thinks life is all about hanging on by a thread and is gripping tight with everything she has.

Then she meets Caleb.

Review

Hi!

A while ago (pre-blog), I read this fantastic book called Significance by Shelly Crane. Recently I decided it was time for me to do a reread. I had forgotten how much I loved this book and decided to do a well overdue review!

As it says in the description, this book is about two people who run into each other and discover they are soul mates. That automatically caught my attention as well as the fact it was so different from any other paranormal romance books. For instance, I do not like love triangles, and in Significance, that is a non-issue when it comes to soul mates. Even without the drama involved in a  love triangle, Shelly Crane still managed to have my full attention for all 450 pages.

Maggie, the protagonist, is a relatable 17-year-old who has faced hard, if not a bit exaggerated, circumstances. Despite the fact that she finds her mystical soul mate within the first three chapters of the book, Maggie never loses herself inside her love interest, Caleb. She never loses her identity which made me love her as a character even more.

I finished Significance so quickly because I honestly couldn’t put it down. I can honestly say it is one of my favorite books of all time. Therefore I would have to rate it:

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Please read this series if you get the chance and check out more of Shelly Crane’s books!

XOXO Shelby Grace

I enjoy fashion, reading, and music. I am a superhero nerd and love comics. I live for theater and love to perform in shows. I own a blog where I review books and interview authors

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