All of her searching hasn't turned up the Cerberus Society or any creatures of the night, and she's beginning to wonder if she's gone crazy after all. The only things keeping her grounded are her sparring sessions with Matt and her weekly ritual of scouring the city for lowlifes to kick the crap out of, and even that can't keep her dreams free of the heartache and bittersweet memories she has come to loathe and… to cherish.
When blasts from the past—good, bad, and evil—come knocking on her door, will she be able to do what she has to even if it means having her barely healing heart ripped to shreds?
If I thought the first one was awesome, I don't know how to describe this one. I started it after I'd finished the Twilight gender swap story and only intended to read for about an hour or so, because it was late and I love my sleep. Apparently, I don't love my sleep as much as reading this book. Four hours, some tears, and a bunch of cursing at Sage and Aldwin, and it was over. The ending of course sets up the troubles for the next book (which I've already preordered), and I'm excited for it as well.
Soren, oh mah gawd Soren. I adore him. I wish he was real. I'm really glad he had a much bigger role in this book compared to the first one. He and Sage have a great dynamic.
5/5 Platypires from me! And can't freaking wait until Monday so I can read the next one.