I would not recommend series has lost its charm starting with this book
The Hive has been behind most of her problems, yet she runs to their rescue at the expense of her friend, and she constantly offers refuge to her horrible sister who has no redeemable qualities. Why would she offer lodgings to a bunch of vicious murdering vampires that have been out to get her since day one? After several attempts against her they are never held accountable and now she's bending over backwards to help them... Really? It's enough to make you lose respect for the heroine.
The narration is not great with regards to the male characters but has been consistent throughout the series so can't complain overmuch.
No too many things ignored in the book like her terrible selfish family that will kick her out into the street which is completely ignored in the series. Her tolerance for the vampire hive that has continuously tried to kill her is really disappointing. She is supposed to be a strong heroine but she lets these two groups do things to her with no backlash whatsoever.
Is it this easy to get published? I have never abandoned an audiobook, but after 4 hours, I'm done. It defines bad. It's boring, I don't like or relate to the characters, the narration is bad, there is no sense of being in England (could just as well have taken place at Harvard, or what the hay, UCLA), and the title should have been "My Laundry List of What's Cool About My Vampire Boyfriend." This book really got my gag reflex going. I came home after listening on the bus and I was cranky. Finally, I realized it was because I wasted my credit, and my valuable time listening to this amateur crap. Also, would people please cease writing about 500-plus-year-old vampires in love with women in their early thirties. What's the deal - arrested development?
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