This story had potential, but never really got off the ground. Mason revealed who the mother was too early in the story and never really gave Tasha a chance to either exact her revenge or cry in her mother's arms.
The narration was not good at all. The cadence at which she read was off and she mispronounced words, which really just threw me off.
Overall, I have to say I kept waiting for it to get better, but it never did.
Molly Harper & Amanda Ronconi are a great pair to deliver this ongoing story. Light, funny & full of wit, I was sad the story ended. I picked up The Care & Feeding of Stray Vampires (Iris Scanlon's story) to keep the fun going & was just as pleased.
I like Jane & her smarty pants sense of humor. This was a fun read w/ lots of laughs & a good story you want to keep following.
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