My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Oh, what can I say? It’s 2 AM, and I just finished. It’s a book, that as a writer makes you think– darn, I wish I wrote that, it’s so good if makes you doubt your own writing. The high level of emotion and excellent descriptions leave you breathless. It’s a well thought out mind game, you hate the characters when you are supposed to, and then in the same instance love them again. I dislike love triangles, but this one made sense and was well thought out. The character’s actions were emotional and driven, there was reason in the triangle, and it was resolved, albeit tragically, but perfectly. I actually want more of the series, which us rare for me. I normally don’t enjoy series, but am intrigued to see how everything works out. Exceeded my expectations. Now where is my pen and notebook, so I can see if there is any way to beat this!
A little update, now that I’ve slept a bit. This book truly got into my head, and I can’t tell you that last time a series did that. I would say never. I found myself dreaming about it over and over, tossing in and out of restless sleep with a constant yearning. I want to leave my readers like this!
As much as I ended up hating the character of Chase, I somehow understood how Caity still loved him as he mutated into something she didn’t know or understand. I found my mind latching onto that fleeting feeling. It was so well resolved, and I instantly had fall for the character of Kismet. I think that is what has me wanting more. I want to understand what is happening to the characters, for I actually care for them! They are so realistic in their emotions and their actions, you end up routing for every single of one of them!
Pick it up, but reader beware, you won’t be able to put it down, or be be able to get it out of your head.