TBR Reviewer: Luta Wolf
The book starts off immediately were the other ended and that is where I have problems but we’ll get to that later. In this book we the reader, do get a deeper looking into the characters and their love for each other. The author left no doubt to the fact that the two characters really do have chemistry together. The plot also grows/twists and we truly start to understand how Austin and Cayden could be so much alike. I won't spoil the story but that in itself was interesting. What I personally loved the most about this book though, was that I felt there was more character development concerning Winter, a little less vulnerable and more individualized. Always before I felt that she almost got lost behind the leading men but not so in this installment. There were so many things going on, including a lot of hot passion but the author did a spot on job of keeping it well balance.
Honestly, I love how London Saint James writes, there is always an amazing amount of detail with a poetic touch. However, this breaking up of books just isn’t doing it for me, especially with a book that could not and can not stand alone. I saw no reason for it not to be connected with the previous book, making a three hundred page, well rounded book. I was even more baffled to find that once again we don’t have a true ending, it’s another 'to be continued'. This is a romance, plan and simple. While it might have some suspense and paranormal aspect, we as the reader are reading it for the romance and our happily ever after. Done this way, I feel more as though I’m tuning into a Day Time TV episode. I understand that an author has to make a buck but this isn't the way to do it.