Myka Williams has been forced out of Knight's Academy and is on the run, constantly moving to keep the vampires off her trail until Preston's venom is no longer coursing through her veins. But she isn't alone.
Brent Jacobson is her protector, training her and teaching her how to be the werewolf she's destined to be. He's annoying, stubborn--and hot. But there's something he isn't telling her.
Myka has to come face-to-face with the truth of who she really is. Will she find safety, or will she always be hunted?
|Series:||Knight's Academy , #2|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||522 KB|
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Wow! The author really pulled me into this story as soon as she mentioned "alpha male" (well, pretty sure before then, but that's when I didn't want to put the book down for nothing). Talk about throwing a wrench into an already complicated romance! :o For much of the book, I was really unsure of which "team" I was on because one moment I agree with one guy and the next I was totally disagreeing with BOTH guys. However, I do echo Milo's thoughts when asks why is Myka so fickle. LOL! Currently, I'm saying on the team of #TeamUnsure, but I definitely want to read book three to find out which "official" team I'm on (sorry Milo! You didn't make the cut on this one!). Also, can I take a moment to appreciate how bad Preston was in the end? He made an epic comeback for a bad guy and am super curious about what he plans to do outside of what readers already know. The only slightly weird thing for me when reading was having werewolves and vampires praying. I do not have an issue with prayer or the talk of redemption. It was just the first time I read a book in this kind of supernatural way that had Christian overtones. It's still a little for me, but I do love the message behind it (especially a scene concerning Milo). Overall, a great read that had me wanting to read no matter what needed to get done. I would recommend this series to YA readers who enjoy reading characters that are vampires/werewolves with a strong romance overtone. (Though I promise it's not all romance because I love the message of always having a choice.) *(I received this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts expressed are my own and was not required to write a positive review.)*