This story ended to abruptly. What happened to Jenna' s change?? What is she, Alien, Vampire or human. Is she done changing??? The answers should not be in another book, they should be in this one.
I loved Jenna & Brock's story, not too different from all the other couples' stories, but great just the same. They, like all the breed and breed mates thus far and, I'm sure, those in future stories deserve happiness.
The stories/books just keep getting better and better.
Thanks Lara Adrian & Hilary Huber for taking us to a realm and reality that can jettison us into a space beyond our own world where we can wile away some of the monotony of our mundane lives & venture into the world of intrigue that is far beyond what everyday life can offer, even if only for the duration of this series. Who doesn't want an alpha male who is uber protective, gentle, kind, sensitive and holds his female in utmost regard above all else.
Yes. If Lara Adrian could erase and start from scratch that would be great. I was really looking forward to this one - totally bummed by how "wah wah" it was.
I was really hoping to see Jenna develop into this badass human-vampire hybrid. She did develop some new stuff, but all in all, it was far less interesting than it could have been.
In every way possible. I ended up listening at an increased speed to try and keep from getting too irritated by the narrator. I wish that lady romance narrators didn't feel the need to speak every other word with a sensual caress. If the sentence reads "He thrust the pen at her" WHY OH WHY do you feel the need to say it like he's thrusting something else at or into her? Seriously! Could someone please explain this to me? I can't take the narrator OR the story seriously when it feels like I'm listening to a sexline for 12 hours. For reals, this lady is so bad I want to take back every negative comment I left about Angela Dawe. She's like Davina Porter compared to this one.
Twilight the movie turned out to be better than Twilight the book, so if I use that as a frame of reference, then Yes. I would go see this if it were turned into a movie.
Even though this book sucked my left nut, I'm a glutton for punishment and have started the next book in the series. I am foolishly optimistic that this was a serious lack of judgment on the part of the author, wasting so many opportunities to make this a really good book. I've compared this series to Immortals After Dark and Psy-Changeling but not as good. This installment is a great demonstration of what separates the men from the boys. What this story seriously lacks is a strong over-reaching storyline. There are bigger things at play in this world, but it's sadly and very noticeably under-developed. In this book you could feel it most. SPOILER ALERT: For example, all we've been hearing about for all these books is how pervasive and powerful Dragos has become over the years. The guy has untold hunters and minions at his disposal, etc., supposedly has money, power and influence all over the world, and yet all he can manage are these sad little games that seem to be easily foiled by anyone with half a brain? At this point I assume that Dr. Evil from Austin Powers was the inspiration for his character. He's about as big a joke of a bad guy. I also find it amazingly convenient that Dr. Evil, I mean Dragos, only seems interested in trying to cause a ruckus in North America and Europe, where The Order can go quickly. It's lucky for them that he's concentrated all of his work practically in their backyard. And yet, here I go reading the next in the series. Even trainwrecks can be entertaining.
Loved Brock and Jenna's story. I experienced so many emotions while reading it. It was like riding a roller coaster where you enjoy every minute of the experience.
Wonderful storyline. Lot's of surprises here. Thoroughly enjoyed this contribution to the series.
From her Breed series, I enjoyed tis due to the chracters friendship, support and blossoming relationship. Would buy another of her books again.
I love books, it's my great escape.
Another good one! I am starting to really like this series. Each book can stand alone and you can get them out of order. Laura Adrian is moving to my favorite author list.