Are all those five star critics honestly okay with that infantile language and constant repetition of phrases? There is a fine line between getting creative with vocabulary and childish name-calling and word-mangling, and the author has clearly crossed it. By miles.
I liked the idea of the plot, hence still two stars. The execution however totally put me off.
I didn't like the main character one bit. She does not show any care for others, is looking down her nose at the world around her and radiates disgust at having to help others. She keeps telling everyone she is a selfish bitch which she seems to be proud of, rather than it coming across as regretful insight.
Her calling people and places names sounded like a five year old on the playground chanting cuss words she hopes may irritate adults. 'WTF' is overused, and while some phrases are funny the first time around, they get lame pretty fast when being repeated over and over again.
Any sex scenes fell flat for me with naming private parts Johnson or Woowoo.
Distinction of all other characters were made by looks/ appearances and no time was spent on highlighting their personality.
To me it felt like the author was racing through the story and couldn't wait to get to the end. What could have been a suspenseful story with sparks flying between the witch and werewolf just annoyed the heck out of me. I guess there's one thing I agreed with the author - I couldn't wait for the end to come.