Book Review, Book Tour

Full Fusion – NJ Damschroder [Teenagers + Angels + Bad Guys, Oh My!]


Welcome to the Ginger Mom’s stop on the Full Fusion blog tour, hosted by RockStar Book Tours. I am a sucker for a good angel novel and this, my dear booknerds, was a good angel novel 🙂

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Full Fusion
The Fusion Series #1
by NJ Damschroder
Publisher: Dragonsoul YA
Release Date: August 28, 2014
Genre: YA Fantasy
Pages: 322
Format Read: Kindle
Source: Author for Review
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Reviewed by Megan

Eighteen-year-old Roxie Sebastian lives a charmed life, and she knows it. Too bad she can’t feel it.
All her life, she’s felt disconnected from the world around her. Everything changes just before graduation, when she’s drawn to an eerie, brilliant light – which narrowly misses her as it blows up her friend Lincoln’s car. Clearly someone’s after Roxie, and finally Lincoln tells her the truth: he and Roxie are angels, beings from another dimension, and that light is her soul, separated from her human body in a traumatic birth.
Once a skeptical Roxie rules out the other possibilities – like Lincoln created this delusion to escape his abusive father – she accepts her gut-deep knowledge of the truth. But someone has been screwing with her light, using it to commit crimes, and their actions are about to cause irreparable damage to two worlds: the one she lives in, and the one she can’t remember.
Aided by her best friend Jordan, her boyfriend Tucker, and Lincoln, Roxie tracks down the criminal and uncovers many more secrets not only of her past, but of the history of their race on Earth. And then Roxie faces a horrible dilemma – the only way she can stop them from ripping apart both worlds is to fuse with her light . . . which could be tainted by the evil with which it was used. 

I received a copy of this audiobook from the
author in exchange for my honest review. The gifting
of this book in no way influenced my review and all 
opinions are entirely my own. 


This was definitely an unusual take on angels. I was hooked from the beginning, though I was a bit disappointed in the beginning. As soon as Roxie finds out that she’s an angel, Lincoln (her angel friend) makes it clear that they aren’t associated with God. That rubbed me the wrong way but, fortunately, was where my disappointment with this book ended.

I loved Roxie’s character. I felt for her in the beginning. She knows she has this great life and should feel connected to everyone. She feels emotions but they’re fleeting. Other than that, she feels this emptiness, like she is disconnected from everything. And I felt bad for her. But she’s not this wimpy little damsel in distress. When things get rough as the story progresses, she steps up. She does what she needs to do in order to make everything right.

kick butt hermoine

I enjoyed the kind-of there, kind-of not there love triangle with Roxie, Tucker and Lincoln. There wasn’t much to it but you always wondered if there was more that Lincoln wasn’t telling Roxie. Very entertaining, to me 🙂


Spoiler-free. I wasn’t exactly sure how this book was going to end, especially seems it is the first in a series but everything wrapped up very well. It still eludes to the next book, but you’re not left hanging, something I really appreciate. I downloaded the second book about 30 pages from the end of this one and I’m eager to continue and see where things go with Roxie and her friends. The new development with her family and Bing was something I never saw coming, either. Added plus.


I’m excited to share that there is a fantastic GIVEAWAY for this tour, as well! THREE winners (US only, sorry!) will each receive a box set of the Full Fusion series! How awesome is that? Just click the link and go claim your entries!

A big thank you to NJ Damschroder and RockStar Book Tours for letting the Ginger Mom take part in this tour!

Until next time 🙂


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