Thicker than Blood
Not as awesome as the previous one, I have to say. And I was totally disappointed that we didn’t get more Aleksei. Too much Harper, for my taste. I don’t hate her anymore, true, but she’s still not my favorite person.
Uh! I might see the point of all those Harper excerpts now. I’d still leave at simply GOOD, though.
This whole book feels like a slight detour from the actual story, the one that has me so caught up… but I absolutely loved all the dragon ball references. I totally see it.
And we at least got a glimpse at what is happening with Samir, and Jade‘s friends, otherwise I would be totally annoyed.
Spoiler alert, though…
Dragon! That word made this book totally worth it. Even if it was only the final chapters. I totally love dragons. And, of course, mystery dad is totally awesome. He hid his heart and guarded it with a monstrous giant snake! How much cooler can he be? He was my absolute favorite part in this book, and that’s even considering Aleksei‘s sister and the know-it-all vampire.
Magic to the Bone. On to book #7 we go!
Our shifter friends are hiding in the forest, trying to stop Mr. Evil-ExBoyfriend from rising some serious bad ancient power and becoming stronger, while our heroine is trying to get her mojo back with the help of her totally unexpected dragon bio-daddy. this ought to be getting super exciting now.
Deep breath. I just had a good night sleep. I’m ready.
Let’s level up!