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I really enjoyed this book. I loved the peek into Jalmari and Leena's past. In books 1 & 2, it was harder to really understand why they were the way they are. This story gives insight into Jalmari and makes you see him as a little bit less evil. Looking forward to delving into this series a bit more.
Honestly, it feels like the market is over-saturated with vampire romance novels with the vampire trying to fight his inner nature to have a romance with a pretty human girl, and this one fits the Twilight mold, but it has a refreshing take in its exotic setting of ancient Greece that the author obviously took great pains to research from the practices, to the clothing, to the private daily life, and the buildings. The feel of the setting is authentic and completely transports the reader into ancient Athens. And Jalmari and Leena are both lively characters that burst to life on the page, and it is indeed fun listening to the two of them fall in love, wrestle with problems, and fight their various restrictions. It was a pleasure to read this story and I could easily recommend this to people looking for a light vampire romance in a different setting than the same old urban setting.
Throughout the series, Jalmari and Leena's story loomed in the background. Hints of how they met, hints about how long they'd been together. It made me curious and I was ready to see the story played out. I'm so glad that this installment in the series was created, because I must admit, I really didn't like Leena, and I wasn't too thrilled about Jalmari, but I knew there had to be something there for them to stay together for so very long.
This story pulled everything together. It changed my attitude toward's Leena (well, I'd sort of started to like her earlier) but this story showed her virtues. It changed my attitude about Jalmari, too. From the moment his mother was taken, my compassion for him grew, and it grew through his trials with his father and the other vampyres.
I really enjoyed this book, and I'm so glad that J. D. Brown opened my eyes to Leena and Jalmari's back story.