The hunt for her father leads Isis on the turbulent path of deceit, death, and demons as she anticipates the dawning of the beast that stirs inside her.
First of all, I would like it known that I waited almost two years for this book. I had hyped myself up for it, so there were a lot of high expectations on my part.
This book did not disappoint.
There were several new characters, and they all fit right into the story. Although I would like it known that I shall refer to Eros as "buttface" until he proves himself otherwise.
I both liked and wanted to smack Isis in this story for how she acted. I understand that she didn't have the full picture, and she was trying to do what she thought was for the best, but gawd damn. It was a nice relief to see a heroine struggling and not have everything together where it fits into place perfectly. Made her feel more realistic to me.
There were times where I felt lost, as if I had missed something, but each time the answer came later on in the story. I'm a very impatient person.
One thing I must say... expect feels. Because they're definitely in here.
Speaking of feels... my least favorite part was the ending, because just that... it ended. I will need book three immediately so that I may continue reading this story, because I'm frustrated that I don't have it with me now.