This is one of the dumbest things I've wasted my time with.
i like the idea, the flashbacks and the character of quinn, but in my opinion the other protagonists fit in the plot too easily and the outcome is clear (already) in this book...
I used to read NR's In Death series. It's definitely different. It's a big scary and weird. It's mostly writen in the man's view. But I love Quinn, she's such a great heroine. She knows what she wants and she goes for it.
This was not quite what I would have expected from Nora Roberts, but it was good. It seems obvious (though I haven't read the other two books yet) that it will follow her tradition of three friends/cousins/siblings that each find a mate, one for each books... but aside from that, it really reads more like a Stephen King horror book. Good versus evil - slimy dark creepy evil stuff happens, but with a little bit of romance to lighten things up. This one leaves you hanging, though - it's definitely just the first third of a complete story....Continua
The synopsis made this book sound promising. It wasn't. The writing reminded me of bad teen fan fiction and the sarcastic, clipped dialogue was like an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The characters were cardboard and acted like they were in high school (they were around 30 by the way). I had to force myself to finish this book....Continua