Amalia Greene may have made the biggest mistake of her life. Kissing the vampire she's been falling for was supposed to be dangerous, but she didn't think it would be deadly. One of her friends has turned up dead and Julian is missing. That's also not to mention the new visitor in town, who has all of the witches, werewolves, and vampires on edge. Her new goal has become to stay alive and make sure that no one she loves gets hurt, but that seems to be easier said than done.
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Burn (The Witches of Shadow Hill #2) based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This book was very disjointed and choppy. You've heard of people that cant carry a tune in a bucket. This writer cant carry a plot in one. Its almost like she would forget what she was writing about.
The first book was decent, but this one was a lot worse. These authors have a weird habit of writing books where tons of action-packed things are happening and yet it feels like literally nothing happens in the book. This series has annoying characters that are poorly fleshed-out, a cliche romance that fizzles into nothing, and a bad guy that seems like a complete joke. The characters are stupid, the plot is confusing and going nowhere, and it was too short for how long I waited for it and how much I paid for it.