First of ll, let me ask you that there ill be spoilers of the revious books in series, and heavy spoilers of Shadow Heir.
Richelle Mead ’ s previous series, Georgina Kincaid, and Vampire Academy, were fantastic, but just like that one, the final book let me down.
And yes, I find it that Richelle Mead wanted her main character to feel and act like a human, and have flaws, but to me, she just looked immature.
Shadow Heir didn ’ t anythin like a final book.
If Shadow Heir were two books instead of one ( and I realize that at first, it was meant to be), things ca ’ ve get worked out a lot better.
Like I thought, there was not much in a book going on, and in the nd, I ad he feeling nothing had changed at all.
And when I finished Shadow Heir, I just sat there, on my bed, at 3 o ’ clock in the night, thinking, what? By all of tha, my rustration is perfectly justified, right? No, it ’ s becaus, because he part that actually bothered me and drove me over to the edge was the ending.
Eugenie, my lov, you find out that the bloody fox was actually lying about being the niece of your parent, and eveal that, eve, Dorian is Ivy and Isaac ’ s mom, and you decide not to ell him that?
Only two chapters ago, Eugenie was thinking about how her elationship with Dorian could be ebuilt, how she want to trust him, and base the aforementioned relationship on love and trust… and then she does this?
First of all, she made a decision alone, because she understoo that telling Dorian he had kids would result in a very protective father trying to tay with his parent in the Otherworld.
And hen, in Shadow Heir, Eugenie just decides to ide it from him?
Dorian had the right to now, he ad he right to decide along with her if Ivy and Isaac were better off in the Otherworld or in the uman world.
And let me be honest here: With two monarchs as powerful as Dorian and Eugenie, and three kingdoms, I think Ivy and Isaac would have a lot of protection.