Short Summary via Amazon:
“Coraline’s survival teeters on the whim of a devastatingly handsome VEA agent named Mason as she is hunted by those who would see her dead, but can she trust her mysterious vampire bodyguard?”
I don’t mind the cliffhanger at the end of this book, especially since I know it’s in a series, but I missed the answers to the central conflict… Was there a central conflict? The book is one giant cliffhanger, with little to no resolution of the original problems introduced in the beginning.
After a while, I did get hooked to the story because I enjoy Fay’s writing style and her steamy sex scenes. I loved the Shadow Quest series, so I was looking forward to reading something similar.
Knox’s character is what makes this story more intriguing, and I wish he had been introduced from the beginning. Cora is too weak, relying on Mason most of the story. I don’t really like her character until the end, where there is conflict between the three of them, in addition to what we learn about Cora. Hopefully this new self-discovery will help her become a stronger, independent character, and I’m looking forward to finding out what happens with Knox.
Overall, I wasn’t blown away, but I want to know more. I read this book for my own enjoyment. Kindle version.