(I received a free copy of this book, through NetGalley, in exchange for a review).
(This review may contain spoilers).
I’ve always loved interactive stories where the reader interacts with the world by making choices. I also really like paranormal romance. So this was an amazing combination of two of my favourite things.
I do think that the characters weren’t all as well developed as they could have been. I preferred Ryder’s storyline to Ivor’s, though the combination one was… interesting.
The variety of different creatures was quite interesting and I liked the fact that Charlotte’s power came from the moonlight. I thought Ryder was a more interesting character and how his storylines ended were really intriguing. Sometimes, though, the choices didn’t make a lot of sense – or, at least, the consequences of said choices didn’t make a lot of sense.
There was a good variety of choices and a good selection of endings, too. The colours didn’t really seem to mean a lot, though. I would like to know if there was some reason why each of the endings had a specific colour.
I did work through each of the storylines and found them all to be entertaining. Since the book wasn’t written in second person, it wasn’t quite how I was used to reading interactive choice stories. There wasn’t any ‘bonding’ with the POV character. This book was more like a series of short stories. That isn’t a bad thing, but when it comes to the stories with choices in, I quite like the second-person POVs.
I do have the other two books by this author on my Kindle and it would be interesting to see if the author comes up with any different ones.