- File Size: 454 KB
- Print Length: 132 pages
- Publisher: Carina Press (September 30, 2013)
- Publication Date: September 30, 2013
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CV30X1K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #347,329 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I expect these books to be sexually pervasive but I am not a fan of sexual scenes that do nothing but add pages to the book and that was the feeling I got from about half of the scenes in this novel (not to mention they were overly long, as if the writer was practicing how to write them).
Since I am done with what I did not like sexually, I did enjoy the plot and storyline concerning the "world" and the action scenes. The romance suffered a bit from an almost "instant" love with pretty much no romance at all. I always feel that a writer who uses the "MINE!" type instant romance should at least make it realistic at some point but it fell short in that aspect. That is not to say it was not there, it was just done with touches of "can't live without him/her" romantically with no real reason to make them feel that way, especially from Misty's viewpoint.
There is a physical reason for that which kind of means they REALLY can't live without each other which clouds the romance (or lack thereof) but does add a bit of depth to the story.
Would have liked to see a bit of interaction with her best friend after she had hooked up with the rock star of her dreams but the author cheated out of that bit of enjoyment IMHO.
Bottom Line: Great reading, great action, overdone sexually, light on any real romance. the plot and action of this urban fantasy makes this a good book to read, if you are looking for actual romance, this is not the place. I loved the rock star backdrop also and hope to see a bit more in a future book but hopefully the author will work the romance a bit and make the sexual scenes add to the story instead of just adding pages. Barely 4 Stars (like 3.8 rounded) mainly for the urban fantasy plot, it could have been 5 Stars with a bit more effort than the author gave us.
This started out really well. The plot was interesting and the characters were strong.
Unfortunately I was disappointed by the way it progressed. The timeline for the whole book is over one night and apart from feeling that the story was rushed I didnt feel convinsed by the characters relationship, its hard to believe someone can overcome their feelings of fear at seeing a demon to be willing to spend their life with them an hour or so later. It just wasn't realistic.
Another thing I was confused about was Trevor. Hes supposed to be a demon yet he only showed it twice, there was no story there, no reason for it. He didnt fight as a demon, he fought as an elemental. I think there's a confusion here as to what they are supposed to be. To me an elemental is spiritual, as the name suggests, one with the elements and his character shows this throughout the book by drawing energy to keep himself alive. So why was the demon part added? A demon and elemental, to me, completely contradict each other.
This is the first book I've read by this author and I'm willing to try the second in the series to see if the questions and confusion I have will be cleared up, at least I hope so.
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