Immortals And Melodies (Blood And Guitars Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 264 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Heather has quickly became on of my favorite authors and I can't wait to read the next book in the series and to see what she comes out with next.
However it does pick up right where the first one left off and there isn't much backtracking that I see sometimes in a few sequels. The characters are still loveable and they're developing more, but it was the background characters that interested me the most. I wanted to know more about Stanislav's history, his relationship with Damir, and even more about Malena. Also there is the introduction of a new character, Beck, however I was left with a few questions regarding his past. It was brought up briefly in the book and appeared to be important, but maybe the author has plans to divulge more in the third book.
The romance between Trey and Aurora still feels real, as if it was based upon a real-life relationship (minus the vampire complication). And it grows with this book. The reader can really feel how much they love one another and the lengths they would do to be with one another. With that said, it was almost too perfect. I was waiting for an argument between them or some form of lover's quarrel. Granted they were put through a life-threatening situation together, but I still wanted angry words thrown at one another somewhere. Not that I want them to have a rocky relationship, but like I said it was a bit too perfect. (Plus I have been watching a lot of Gossip Girl while reading the book so my head has been stuck in backstabbing, lying, and malicious intent.)
Overall I did enjoy being whisked away into Aurora and Trey's world of rock stars and vampires. It's still refreshing to see something new and different from the average teenage angst I read in a lot of YA vamp novels. If you haven't read Blood and Guitars, what are you waiting for? And if you have, why haven't you picked up Immortals and Melodies? You're missing out if you don't pick up a copy of either book!
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