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I absolutely adored the first book of this series, except the way it ended. Because I loved Wick & it was barely a HFN ending.
The second one barely had Wick on the page, especially after the first or second chapter. Only a few text messages to a character other than the heroine, Andy. Only one or two to Andy herself. I didn't like that. I have never been into the love triangle so I didn't like when Tristan got page time & Wick didn't.
I especially didn't like the date with Tristan or the way she reacted to him physically. It was like she was cheating on Wick. I should say I felt like that.
The rational part of me gets it. It fits her character that two of her animals would be drawn to potential mates. But I don't like it. I fell in love with Wick in the first book & I don't want Andy to be into being torn like she is.
I love the heroine's snark & the sexy moments have so much potential it leaves me wanting more. More than the books contain at this point.
I think these books are not really romance. They're just romantic elements.
Good story, solid writing just leaving me in a place where it doesn't satisfy me as a reader. Between awesome & meh, I guess, because it's nowhere close to bad. I enjoyed it. Just want more of what I'm looking for & expecting in a romance I guess.
I loved the mystery & her working the case & there are too many laugh out loud moments to count. That's the genius part of the writing. I couldn't put it down. Had to know what happened but at the same time I was afraid to read more cuz I didn't think it was gonna be what I wanted.
As the book continued I loved the action & interaction with other characters but I couldn't stomach the intimate scenes with Tristan. Really made me want to put the book down I so dislike them together.
I did like Sid tho. There were more crack up moments there as well.
The more I read the more pissed off I got about Wick. I guess I like this book a whole lot but I didn't like the romantic elements at all.
I do have to say that the imagery is almost as good as the humor in this book. The of metaphor and simile always made me giggle. It's pretty freaking fantastic.
Didn't like how it ended. Don't like the idea of Andy with Tristan at all.
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: fantasy paranormal. Romance
I loved the first book in this series, and as I’ve got the third for review now I bought this one. Yep, paid real money. Between review books and my KU subscription and the kindle free books I still manage to find ones I want to buy! Fellow book addicts will understand. This picks up where the last book left off, with Andy still owing Master Vampire Lucien a debt. It means she’s at his beck and call, and gets thrown into danger again and again.Between him and her job with the SRD its a good job she has shifter healing....
Its interesting that Andy is something special, a Carus, though they are so rare it seems no-one can really tell her much about what she is. She has three animals though instead of the usual one, her raven, the wolf who has determined Wick is her mate and a mountain lion. She’s in agreement with her wolf about Wick but....he’s under the control of Lucien, as the vampire has control over wolves, so Wick has to do as he’s ordered, and if that's harm Andy....well, he has no choice. There’s more in store for her too, in her quest for Lucien, her job with the SRD and the dangers she faces. Lucien does what she’s been dreading and makes Wick hold her down so he can blood bond her...fleeing Wick in horror and upset she meets another dangerously delicious shifter, Tristan and of course her lion puts in her claim. She’s torn between them both and I am too. I so, so like Wick, he’s been so patient and of course he can’t help having to do what Lucien commands but then I can see Andy’s fear over that.
Its another story of murder and mayhem, demons and disasters, and each mystery that gets solved seems to open up a channel for more to come. Its a fun read too, working out who or what is behind the murders and why, and there’s some sensuality and twist with the two possible mates. What an awful choice to have to make. There are more great characters introduced and we learn a bit more about Clint, the man we met right at the start of book one, who proved to be Lucien's human servant. He’s a fun character, along with Andy’s new neighbours.
I really enjoyed this episode, an easy read and one that I want to do a back to back of when all books are out.
Stars: Four and a half, close to a five
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