|There seems to have been a lot of hype on my social media about this series. And after all that hype, I really wanted to love it. I heard it gets better, so I read book one and two, but unfortunately I’m still pretty meh about it.
Tensley was pretty hot, but not enough to hook me and make me swoon, and I didn’t really like Molly. I love a good on/off… Will they/won’t they… But I didn’t really like the way it was done here. It felt a bit too repetitive.
It wasn’t a bad book, it was a quick read and enjoyable… I guess it just didn’t sweep me off my feet, and I went into it with that expectation.
| Book two in the Gabriel Davenport series, and aAnother brilliant read from Beverley Lee. I thoroughly enjoyed following Gabe on this new journey in his life, seeing him grow and find his place. And, you know… vampires! I love vampires!
Once again we are drawn into the ticking countdown of something epic – tension building, twists turning, sweeping us along the path towards the dramatic conclusion. Great stuff!
| Wow, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The rising tension was present from the start, but it really kicked in at the midpoint and didn’t let up for a moment, right through to the climax (and a great ending that I didn’t see coming). I’m glad I hadn’t read the reviews first, because there was one thing that came as a total, brilliant surprise.
I’ve not read a horror book for a long time, but I’m diving straight into book two. And maybe now I’ll finally get around to the King and Koontz books in the tbr pile!
That is all.
Brilliantly written fantasy that had me gripped from the start, through to the end.
A world of magic and prophecy, and a story of love, betrayal and power. Ezra is the perfect heroine – independent, fiercely strong-willed and protective… Read this book!