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Adrenaline Rush (The Capes)
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The writing is smart and moves very fluidly.
I like to try to add helpful criticism but really there isn't anything I would change or add.
Someone who can control machines (like Ace) is trying to kill Alice.
The plot was interesting and the twist on the identity of the villain was not what I expected so that is always good. I liked the characters, especially the younger brother...hopefully he will get a story. Overall, Adrenaline Rush was very entertaining, definitely recommend!
Ace, our flying, telekinetic hero, has waist length blond hair that waves like amber waves of grain as he flies over troubled skies. He has lived in the shadow of his older brother Draco, and now wants to prove his worth to the woman he has been crushing on for quite awhile. Somehow Rebecca Royce managed to convey a superhero's arrogance and uber self confidence with an adorable touch of uncertainty and longing for approval.
The heroine, Alice, hmmmmm and grrrrr! Filth, flarn, filth! Meanie, meanie eat a weenie. She came around in the end and did publicly grovel as was only appropriate. (Is that a spoiler? I mean an HEA is a given, right?) She did play an awesome straight man to Ace's killer dialogue. My favorite quote.....
Alice looking in on a sleeping Lael - "Where is his mother?"
Ace deadpan - "She got blown up."
I cracked up, but I guess you had to be there. I mean really??? Who says that?
You would not believe the tasteless answers I have for that question, but we have already established that I'm tacky.
Lest you think this is just a lighthearted piece of fluff, Nay, say I. The dastardly villain caught me completely off guard and grandstanded to a wonderfully dark conclusion. There is also the *ahem* more adult passages. This is not for children, pre-teens, or grandmothers. Unless your grandmother is Xaviera Hollander. ( Google it, youngsters) All in all, I have bought Draco's book and can't wait for the next book. I think Lael is still too young, but there are lots of caped crusaders to be found. Yay!!
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