(I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).
(This review may contain spoilers).
Having read the previous two books in this series, I was happy to have this one ready on my Kindle. It was good to see the characters I recognised from the previous books… and there were also a couple of new ones who intrigued me, such as Gracie and Katarina.
It was good to see that Emma and Braylee were being taught about how to fight… but I don’t like the hints of the love triangle developing. Part of the reason I liked the first book so much was because Emma didn’t conform to the paranormal romance heroine who falls for the supernatural guy instead of the one who’s been around for her all the time. So although Asher was a character I’d like to know more about, I don’t like how he seems to have become so obsessed with Emma so quickly.
I did feel even more for Sabrina through this book. It was difficult to read about her struggle to hold onto what little humanity she had left. I also liked seeing how, although Sabrina was a top priority to Kayson, he wasn’t blind to the plight of other halfs.
I found Stille and Falon to be interesting, to an extent, but the scene towards the end between them seemed to be lacking something. At the same time, I did like Stille a bit more as a character in this book.
There were some quite good amusing moments in this book. I did continue to like Gabriel and Riann together and it was good to see that Kayson had the others following him… even though he didn’t see himself as a leader.
There were quite a few tense moments in this book as well. I found it easy to care about the characters I knew from the previous books and it was also good to meet Ree. I would have liked to meet a few more of the halfs, but I thought that the idea of Ree’s piercings was a good idea… even if there’s no guarantee they would work completely.
I definitely do intend to read the next book/s in this series when I have the chance… as long as there aren’t love triangles that take over the whole storyline.
With thanks to the Fantastic Flying Book Club (FFBC) and Brandy Nacole.