The book was okay, it was just a tad boring. Honestly, the writing was subpar to the other retellings I have read in this genre. Mostly, it lacked an ..Show More »emotional pull for me. I wanted to like Beast as an anti-hero but I wasn't sure if he was supposed to be her man or her dad because it got a little weird during the unraveling of her family tree. for a beauty and the beast retelling, I wasn't feeling the love at all. They weren't enemies, but they didn't connect for most of the book either. I will read book 2 before I decide about the series.
BTW, I liked the song at the end of the audio that the author wrote.
The narration was just okay but the book still wasn't engaging. At the end of book 1, Tayla had been infected by a werewolf (wolves are made). Tayla d..Show More »id not want to be a wolf and she fought the she-wolf inside her in her attempt to retain her humanity.
In an effort to distance herself from Beast and their bond, she started dating other men. She began a relationship with the senator's son (first the most popular football quarterback in book 1, now another highly sought after bachelor). Part of Tayla couldn't discount this guy's cruelty and the fact that she kept feeling the pull of the moon.
Beast confessed to her about her mother (end of book 1) and Tayla's place in the pack but that isn't the future she wants. Tayla wants to break the curse and be free of the wolf. But is she willing to turn her back on the bond she shares with Beast?
There was more supernatural elements in this sequel than in book 1. I think this book could be more enjoyable if one completely separates the original Beauty and the beast story from your mind. I just don't feel pulled into this story.