Publisher: Self-Published on March 3, 2015
Genres: Urban Fantasy, Young Adult
Pages: Novel Length
Source: Blog Tour
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Better to be a hunter, not prey.
Ever since her partner was kidnapped, Aurora Sky has been on a personal mission to get him back. To do that she needs the vampire responsible for destroying her life.
In order to have a snowball’s chance at success, she’ll have to team up with her most loyal friends—including a certain vampire in black with a provoking talent for distraction.
Old cravings aren’t easily quenched, nor past passions. With knowledge comes danger and Aurora is at risk on all sides.
At A Glance
It was okay. I expected more.
I gotta be honest. I am going to hardcore complain about this book in The Bad and The Snuggly section. My irritation today is at level 9, so I am just in a pissy mood (my cat scratched up my new Betsy Johnson bag) so I am taking it out on this book, though everything I mention is 100% true. So I want you guys to know that despite what I say below, I love this series. This is not my fav addition to the series but I am happy I read it.
I have been dying to see how Aurora was going to deal with the revelation that Jared purposely killed her to make her into a vampire solider he could use. Seriously, I hate Jared. I was happy to see the crew take an active approach in eliminating Jared, though their attempts are not always successful.
Aurora and Fane are tip-toeing around each other, which you can’t really blame them with their history, but I can tell we are leading towards a reconciliation. Preferably a naughty one. But Aurora focuses on Dante’s rescue, which is how it should be. He is an amazing friend, and he deserves a happy ending.
The action was good. We also get some good revelations and surprises in this one. The killing of vamps is getting somewhat depressing as Aurora realizes not all of them deserve it. I like that she is slowly separating herself from the government organization that pretty much owns her.
The whole book was about every plan Aurora, Fane, and Noel make going to shit. If we can’t get at least one win by the good guys, then why read the book?
Almost nothing was resolved. It was like a filler book. I honestly don’t understand the point of this plot, except to fail miserably at everything! And the ending was useless.
I am over Fane and Aurora being on and off over and over again. At this point I rather she un-forgive him so they both can move on. And the addition of Dante’s feelings is just annoying. I feel bad for Dante, but it’s obvious Aurora is not interested. Dead end. I am not amused.
Flirting and kissing, that’s it.
I think so much more should have happened in this book but I am happy I read it because I love this series and that’s not going away. Recommended.
“Until then, I never realized one word could come out so breathless and soft, like an invitation to my soul.”
He propped a hand against the door, fingers splayed, blocking me at the threshold.
“Ready to do this?” he asked. “It could get rough.”
I raised my chin. “Promise?”
This is a tour wide giveaway.