**spoiler alert** Some thoughts: * The book starts off with a whole lot of characters and I almost gave up right there. * Religion plays an important ro...more**spoiler alert** Some thoughts: * The book starts off with a whole lot of characters and I almost gave up right there. * Religion plays an important role in this world-whether it is its absence or presence. * There is light humor threaded throughout the book, to lighten the darkness of events. * The book is long but I didn't mind because the story kept me interested. * Would love to read the next one. * Why are certain parts other magical creatures important was never explained. * Why are there different colors for the Mothers wasn't expounded upon either. * Dael gives up on Vray rather too easily-he knows what kind of people the King & his son are! (less)
What I liked about this book: the beginning-Rose's reaction to...more**spoiler alert** I got this book for free from Making Connections. Get your copy here.
What I liked about this book: the beginning-Rose's reaction to her cheating boyfriend is probably what every girl wishes how she'd react, if she were cheated on!
the humor in the story was done nicely.
the werewolf hierarchy was written very well as were the problems that came along with it.
i really liked Erin,not only was he cute but his reaction to finding out about the supes was exactly how a kid would react. An adult would worry over the implications or even doubting the possibility but a kid would just accept it!
What I didn't like: the book was a little too detailed-scenes like conversations on the phone or even between people could have been mentioned and done with. Instead, they were described in detail.
everybody and I mean everybody was pretty-too pretty!
the vampires didn't do it for me at all-they were too touchy feely and not the predators that I'd imagined they would be-though maybe other readers would like way they were portrayed because it was different.
there were too many characters- I get that the Fae needed the representatives of all the races but maybe a werewolf or two could have been dropped? (less)
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I really liked this book for...more**spoiler alert** I got this book for free, in exchange for an honest review from Making Connections. Get your copy here.
I really liked this book for several reasons: there seemed to be something happening all the time! the humor was done very well. even though the family had magical powers, they also seemed to have limits! the story kept me interested throughout and I liked the myriad of characters involved in it. My favorites were Thymane & Randy. the book was the third in the series and I haven't read the first two books, not once did I feel clueless-it may be more enjoyable by readers following the series but I had a lot of fun reading it anyway. However, the books needs editing and this kept me from rating it higher. Readers who would like a fun fast paced book should try this one!
the Vampire mythology and Judith’s take on it was interesting.
the heroine didn’t put all her trust in Enoch, as soon as she met him- the attraction and relationship took a healthy amount of time to develop.
that Enoch was indecisive about killing Vlad and pushing his friend off the edge-we all behave that way when it comes to people we care about.
What I didn’t like:
the mystery took a little longer to unravel than I’d have liked it to.
even though, we were told what happened between Caleb & Enoch, I still felt there was something missing.
This story doesn’t let the paranormal elements overshadow the murder(s) mystery it is built around. If you like such books, this one won’t disappoint you. Also, dude an angel with uber Vamp killing powers!
**spoiler alert** What I liked about the book: it was a much smoother read than the first book-the writing, as well as, the story. this time around the...more**spoiler alert** What I liked about the book: it was a much smoother read than the first book-the writing, as well as, the story. this time around the book was the right length Babs' smart ass comments kept cracking me up Sam could be seen becoming more comfortable with her powers and I also liked how she realized Trent was bad news, even when she couldn't abandon him Trent's POV added to the story in a positive way. Trent wasn't just allowed to forget everything and given Guardian status again.
What I didn't like: there were quite a few misspelled words & other errors. at times, it felt as if H.B. didn't want to be with Sam because of who she was but rather because of who she would become. the final battle with the devil should have kicked ass-it didn't! the effect that spirits have on zombies needed more explanation.(less)