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I am ready for the new installment of the series. What has me sadly disappointed is that I don’t think this series lived up to its full potential–at least for me. I really love all these characters although I will say that Rand seemed to become an extreme characture yp himself from book 4 onwards.
It has been apparent from the 4th book in this series that the love triangle was pretty much broken and that Jolie would be with Rand. Don’t get me wrong, I still enjoyed the story line and I probably would have enjoyed it much more had it not been so filled with all sorts of magical creatures and characters as this isn’t really my cup of tea. Sinjin shrugged before a grin lit up his mouth, a grin that said the gp conversation had been an act, a mere farce.
These novellas written from Rand’s I have a friend who wanted to “borrow” my Rand stories. He wanted her on his side obviously. First, I found that the start of the book dragged a bit. Maybe it is just because I am the reader, but that wasn’t really an unknown.
The introduction of Jolie’s twin sister is a really interesting plot development and I do want to see where that goes. Some of Rand’s actions which seem a bit mysterious from Jolie’s perspective are well explained from Rand’s perspective.
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LOL I outline each book, chapter by chapter because I seem to write best this way. He is Jolie’s Warlock love interest. May 27, Christine rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Vampire’s True Love Trials.
So this book was Rand’s side of the story and it was clearly refreshing to get the man’s side of things but it was really a repeat of the second book. A Fashionably Dead Christmas. What if it doesn’t live up to your expectations?
Preview — Be Witched by H. I would also absolutely love a story from Sinjin’s point bewitchec view, what does that vampire get up to when he is not with Jolie and annoying Randall?
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Most of the book consisted of Rand jealous of Sin the Vampire and worrying he’s hitting on Jolie but not wanting to step up and be the MAN Jolie wanted.
My bewitfhed with the book is rooted in my love of a character ,allory it has been difficult for me to separate my love of Sinjin from the equation and therefore I feel I may be overly critical of the book because of this. Find out more about the baby. Aug 26, Lynsey A Bookish Life rated it it was ok. I don’t think so.
It really just didn’t read like a final book to me- even if there are plans for a spin off, it seems like a cop-out not to give the series a bit more justice and a proper send off. This novella is from Rand’s perspective which neatly rounds out his character mal,ory the Jolie Wilkins series. I hate to give spoilers so I wont include any, but If you love this story as much as I do, This short story of only 55 pages in epub format, helps the story along and gives a little bit of insight from were Rand is coming from.
I did not want this to be a total failure. These novellas written from Rand’s point of view? The Vampire Next Door. I just hope Sinjin will eventually find happiness because he truly deserves it Want to Read saving…. But that was my problem with the whole story – there were lots of interesting possibilities and none of them w I enjoyed this one better than the time travel one, although there was a certain contrivedness to this story as well.
Even though the book is short, I liked how the author tried to put in as much story as she can.