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292 pages, Hardcover
First published December 28, 2010
Holy... friggin... crap. That's what this was. Complete, utter crap. Who wrote this again? A chick who already has a best-selling series under her belt? Then what the hell was she thinking writing this!?
I wanted to hurl this at the wall about halfway through. It was that bad. The main character, I forgot what her name was, but she was the definition of a card-board cut-out character. She is nice, hangs with the popular crowd, and volunteers at the nursing home. Whoop-dee-doo, you are so original.
The writing was repetitive and childish, even for an adult author. The way she wrote about the kissing scenes had the same description.
It was like that. I was rolling my eyes at each kissing scene or intimate moment.
Now to the werewolf lore. As a big fan of things that go bump in the night and scary monsters, I found this version of a werewolf stupid, retarded, and insulting. When a think of a werewolf, I think of a snarling beast, a wolf-like monster covered in fur that can stand on two legs, that tears and kills everything in sight. Mua-ha-ha-ha. But do I get this in this book? Hell no. I get one that has grey eyes, a "sexy" goatee, a thin coating of hair, but still sort of resembles a human. The main girl was attracted to the werewolf, which freaked me out. You want to kiss that thing? Gross!
There were many things wrong with this book. Basically, everything was horrible. The characters, the lore, the writing, you name it. And the ending. Wow. You call that a cliff hanger. If this a series, there's no way I'm reading the next one.