Rating: 3.5 Stars
Told in the first person. Alternating persons.
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Trigger warnings are written for a particular reason. Please make sure to pay attention. The author includes a Playlist should you like listening to music as you read. A list of characters is also included. This is great for those readers that may be behind on the series. It can serve as a list of stories that you may want to read before starting this one.
Crina stands up for herself and now she has to start over. She’s chosen an interesting way of doing that. Chaz seems to be a peacemaker but then he seems to change. Then my confusion of this story begins.
It seemed as if this our main characters have two separate stories. I co
uldn’t look away because I couldn’t understand what the author was trying to accomplish. We understand that the people in our lives have things and people that came before. I was patiently waiting for the moment when some type of relations should would meld them together. At one point, it seemed to happen but then I turned around and we are back with two separate stories. For me, that became a problem because I liked having our main characters apart rather than as a couple.
I was waiting for that sense of connection but never felt it. Something just seemed to be missing. Men from the Reapers appeared and I enjoyed watching them interact during church. When the ending came it didn’t help me or get me to change my mind. However, the author includes a note at that the end that gives me hope. So I patiently wait to see what the next book in the series will bring.