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  • Posted November 7, 2012

    I don¿t know if it¿s because I was reading a review copy, but th

    I don’t know if it’s because I was reading a review copy, but the formatting was confusing right from page 1. There was the heading of “Prologue” and then never another heading throughout the entire book. Sometimes a point of view shift was abrupt further adding to the confusion; I was once halfway through a paragraph before I realized I wasn’t seeing through the same person’s eyes anymore. Another big issue for me was that I couldn’t tell whether the world at large knew about shifters and vampires or anything until the last few pages. A consistency problem in the writing, particularly with tenses doesn’t help with any points of confusion either.

    The story was good, consisting of multiple conflicts and I enjoyed the characters for the most part. What I didn’t like was that this appears to be a book 2, and it does not stand very well on its own because some of the conflict stems from past events. I often felt like I’d missed something because of references made to things that don’t happen in this book. There is some romance (the physical aspect of which mostly happens “off-screen”), both between the couple from the last book and the couple that is the focus of this one, but while one feels hearty, the other feels rushed and a little 2-dimensional.

    Overall, I like the community and some of the characters, and there were some funny moments and some endearing ones, but ultimately the story just doesn’t flow very smoothly or have a natural feel to it.

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