For thes reason it did n't click with me -- Jessica seemed a bland addition to the urban fantasy genre.
This -- I like this stuff, kay, but his was boring me more than anything.I only really got interested in anothe novel about halfway through, when there seemed to e more progress with the plot other than Jessica suddenly turning into a vampire and the shenanigans that come with hat, considering that a decen portion of her daughter 's pack wants her dead.
nfortunately I was caught off again soon later, when Rourke and Jessica meet and shit hits the fan.
Convenient for both thi uthor and the readers, as we et to make out a bit more background because of Jessica 's lack of understandin, but you ould know that Jessica, who grew up surrounded by werewolves, would now more about them than she ctually did.
Here Jessica is, dumped in the middle of mess with werewolves fighting werewolves and people wantin to kill her, and most of he ook ocuses on Jessica and Rourke 's tempestuous relationship.
It would have worked, but in the ook it eels more forced than anything else.The prose can be really clunky at times.
" I 'm only a witch, you filthy bloodsucker, I 'm a Goddess. " She glared, her irises a pure, fiery red now.
( hide spoiler) ] I 'm orry, but that bit of dialogue was super frustratin.
And I 'm saying this, a person who reads fantasy books like candy.