I think I picked this up because it was a cheapie at Amazon and then the book was equally cheap. Glad I went ahead and took the plunge.
Good world building, consistent, "believable."
Nicely laid out.
Listened to the Audible version. Had my doubts about the narrator, but ended up really enjoying it. The narrator seemed a little too disaffected at first, but she evened out and I enjoyed it immensely.
The only down side is there is another "love" triangle a la Stephanie Plum, but with vampires, werewolves, and witches. That is not a favorite trope of mine, but so far it is not too bad.
I liked this book. It reminded me of the Gail Carriger Soulless books set in the present instead of the past. The idea of a null is very interesting. The storyline was well thought out and I enjoyed listening to the world unfold. I liked the characters and enjoyed the romantic triangle that is setting up. I hope that Melissa Olson turns this into a series. I thought Amy McFadden was a fantastic narrator. This is the first time I've listened to anything she narrated and I would definitely listen to her again.
I would recommend this book but there are a few parts that will have you screaming at your audio device. It's a good first outing for the author. I would have given it a 3.5 if possible but it leaned more 3 than 4.
The author gave allot more closure than most books but the so-call reveal that probably will be the device for the next book was predictable to me.
My favorite characters were detective Cruz and Molly the roommate.
I would go see it.
I've always loved a supernatural read so I couldn't redid this one. I wanted more action between Scarlett and Eli or Jessie but I guess that's why it's a series. Maybe I. The next book!
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Great variation on the whole Werewolves and vampires thing, with a cast of good guys, bad guys, and and the truly crazy. There's this cop who thinks he ought to arrest Scarlett, and a head vampire who wants to use her for a scapegoat, and a reluctant werewolf who......
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Amy McFadden does a great performance as Scarlett. She's got all the emotions out there and you can feel how invested in the character she is. But each of the characters is filled out and enhanced by her performance.
I'm going backwards apparently, but so worth it! I was afraid I would feel like I would be able to anticipate the ending, or feel the characters would be redundant now that I'm in "book love", with the characters in Melissa F. Olson's other books (border crossed) . I'm amazed that there is no feeling of a template story line..Completely loving this author
I liked the interaction of Scarlotte to,the other characters. Eli was especially likable. The vampires see the good in Scarlotte and all end well.
When Scarlotte discovers how powerful she is.
No but I liked her narration of this book.
Not necessarily. It was entertaining and I will,continue with the series but it wasn't a book I couldn't put down. I recommend it.