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No one will tell Eva and Frost the truth about the Blurred Ones. Not their hunter friend, and definitely not the parentals. Maybe it’s because Frost spent time in a psychiatric ward and Eva never ceases to think with her hormones. So, when the girls see an opportunity to meet Albert Knox, the most infamous Blurred One of all, they lie about their true plans and head out on their field trip to San Antonio. When the sisters get to town, though, a ghost woman keeps attacking them in their hotel room, and they end up getting one of their classmates killed. Eva thinks she can use her feminine wiles to woo Knox, but he has a couple of more minions than they thought—and she ends up getting tossed through the window. If the sisters and their newfound hunter friends don’t take down Knox soon, he’ll permanently attach himself to Eva in a binding ritual.
*I was given a copy of this book to be honestly reviewed*
I got off to a rocky start with this book. The writing is good, and the plot is good, but holy stereotyping rednecks, Batman! That rubbed me the wrong way lol. It lightened up on that further in, though, I was able to get more into it.
I really loved the way this author told her story of ghosts and demons, and the mythology she created behind it all. The bond between the sisters felt genuine and just seemed natural to me, and it really helped the flow of the story feel natural, as well. I loved the characters, Frost especially, and I felt heartbroken right along with her. I really hope we see Leo again soon, as I fully intend to read the next installation.
If you're into paranormal books, ghosts and demons, I would definitely recommend this.
Bob says: 4 Platypires