(I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).
(This review may contain spoilers).
I didn’t really remember, until I started reading this book, that I’d thought in the past it would be good to see a crossover between a supernatural series and a non-supernatural one. So it was good to have the opportunity to see that in this book.
Although I haven’t read any of the Titan books, I have read most of the Watcher series by now and it was good to get to see Rhys again and see him interacting with Parker. Even though I didn’t really know both Parker and Locke, I did like being introduced to them.
It was particularly interesting to see Rhys having to try and keep the existence of demons from Parker and Locke. I liked seeing Locke and Megan interacting together, but I would have liked to learn more about both of their history. While the world of the Watchers (and I’d imagine the world of the Titans, too) is quite big, I didn’t get much of that in this novella. The world seemed very condensed.
I did like seeing Rhys and his mate from the first book again and although the story was quite condensed down, it was good there was a lot of tension in this book. And although I would have liked to see a bit of background for Trini and Jerry, I couldn’t help but feel a bit of sympathy for them.
I would have liked it if this book had been a bit longer. While it was good that this book served as a way of showing both sets of characters, I couldn’t have said this would work as an introduction to either of the series, as it assumed at least a passing knowledge of the world and characters. But at the same time, it did make me intrigued enough to want to check out the Titan world in the future.
I did also like being able to see Parker and Locke see something of the world that the Watchers inhabited, even though they didn’t know the truth/believe what they heard. It was good to see an appearance of one of the nymphs at the end.
Altogether, I found this book an entertaining read and I would definitely read more of the Titans in the future… and I will continue reading the Watcher series when I have the opportunities too.