The people I know that like paranormal romance, although this is so much more, will love the series and this book. The reason I love this book is watching the relationships develop over many books, not to say that the fast interaction is not awesome. This is about a male/male relationship which may scare some people, but start at the beginning and you are waiting for the wrap up of this relationship. With that said, it was well written and I loved their love. Amazing. I was worried about how this would be handled. I should not have given it a thought.
I love Blay. Always did. He is gentle but hard. Willing to go with it but hating it....knowing it should be different..giving what he can, taking what he can but honest about it for the most part. Quinn makes you sad at every freaking turn as hard as he tries.
Blay and Quinn are in a bar, the honesty....
I did shed tears.
It would be hard to pick this book up and feel the pain, passion and connection. The series is one that keeps you going. I am so anxious for the main attraction the first time I listen, I sometimes miss the subtle introductions, which are many. This writer keeps you going. Characters are amazing and well developed. When a new book comes out I feel like I am visiting my good friends ;0)...with tons of drama.
Meh. The horrible secret they were keeping just was not as shocking as I thought it should have been considering the build up and all of the "trial by ambush" shenanigans were as predictable as the rest of the book. When Jake said "I feel so stupid", I agreed.
I loved this series. This is suppose to be the last in the series and it was really bland compared to the other books. Finishing up a fireworks type series with this book was an injustice. I feel like there should be more to it than this.
With that said, I still enjoyed visiting the characters in the book and it was a great listen.
This book started out as a twisted youth book. Have to admit, I could not see that this would continue on the track it should by premise, but it did. Kind of shocking and taboo. Gentle, gentle book. Taking you slowly so you are not so opposed to the relationships and emotions.
I never thought an ice reunion would make me cry. Surprise.
Jenna was amazing, Mr. Anderson...
This book took us on a surface ride which would make you think young adult nonsense, twisted with some adult surface scratched themes, then suddenly you plunge.
For all of you out there looking for a Sookie Stackhouse replacement, you will be disappointed. If you take this line for the story being told, you will enjoy it! I did.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.