This book was fantastic. Lot of action, a lil light romance, and a dance with Lucifer.LOL...not really.However, when you work for the devil you have t..Show More »o know how to do a dance. The ending was fantastic. Not wanting to give anything away, I hope the lil girl gives the devil a run for his money. I have a feeling we will see her again.
Dante is so emotionally overwrought the entire book, someone needs to put her out of her misery. ..Show More »/>When her shoulder isn't burning (or icy), her hand is cramping into a claw. When she's not having nightmares, she's wallowing in self flagellation or bemoaning that her friends care about her. I get that she has emotional scars, but it's awfully tedious to be reminded of it every few minutes.
I also have a little pet peeve, when an author uses the same phrasing to describe the same thing more than once. It doesn't tell me anything new to describe the same lake as "algae-choked" more than once, or describe the same smells, auras, and magical phenomena in the exact same terms, repeatedly. This book could have benefited from the application of a thesaurus.
I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books. However, this one left me scratching my head. There was so much introspective talking and saying the same th..Show More »ings over and over. Her demon boyfriend had proved in so many ways that he was devoted to her and had her best interests at heart. Yet she still refused to trust him, and work with him unquestionably. The story really dragged, finding the four demons didn't happen until the last quarter of the book. The previous books had lots of action but this one didn't. I was so disappointed.
Tanya Eby, yes, even though she pronounces some words strangely (like ballet). Lilith Saintcrow, perhaps not. Based on this series, her writing a..Show More »ppears to be very repetitive and if it were a normal book I'd skim through, but it's hard to do that in an audiobook.