- File Size: 1281 KB
- Print Length: 224 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Connie Suttle; 1 edition (July 29, 2012)
- Publication Date: July 29, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008QXS8T8
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- Lending: Enabled
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Spoiler alerts on where the story left me:
Story starts by finding Ashe is alive, but hiding to protect his family and friends from potential harm. This is the action of a sixteen year old who does not have a loving family or friends. But supposedly Ashe has both. He should at least have informed them he was hiding, to avoid them thinking him dead. OK he could have broken off contact then; but what difference would it truly have made if they knew he was alive? Did he not trust his parents to keep it a secret?
Ashe gains power of prophecy; but is too stupid to use it except when asked about who should marry the bosses daughter?
Aeden, Ashes father, messes up Ahes' mother big time with vampire compulsion. This does not sound like an experienced vampire, more like someone who has had compulsion for a few weeks. Aeden also does not leave any financial support when he leaves them? OK anyone can mess up. BUT why can't he find the time to get on a plane to correct the mess he made or even send funds?
Supposedly he still loves his family but the vampire council wants them separated. Why does the vampire council leader Wlodeck feel that breaking up the marriage of Ashes parents will bind Ashe more closely to the vampire community and not piss him off which seems more natural. No visible logic followed this decision. Perhaps there is a higher being messing with Ashe's life and pushing compulsion on everyone around him just to piss him off. But I don't think that was authors future surprise. Instead we have characters just acting incredibly stupid for no reason.
Well it is a fast easy read and the price is very reasonable. The author is spitting out books fast; perhaps she should slow down and read her own plots to make sure they make sense