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Whilst better written than the others of the series, Samanta Moon still remains difficult for me to like or keep up with as a character. She has 3 men who dote on her at least, 2 children she barely sees and yet despite making herself out to be a good mother leaves them with her sister more than spending time with them. Is still insistent on being overly descriptive of some of her abilities that were brought out in previous books.
All in all despite the better story I still found myself frustrated and not sure if I want to continue with the series. Which annoys me more as I don't like leaving series unfinished.
Wow, this was another awesome story in the series. I have had so much fun listening to these stories back to back, I haven't had a lot of time to write a review (I know very bad). These stories are so good, you will want to listen to the them back to back.
I loved the chance Samantha took to save her son, even though she knew others would not agree with her decision and she will be on a race against time to reverse what she has set in motion.
On to the next story. :-). If you have not listen to this series, it really is a very captivity story and will suck you right in.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
This series explores more of Samantha's developing powers and explores her relationships with two men that are falling for her. We also find out if Samantha can find a way to cure her terminally ill son without condemning him to a life as a vampire at the age of 7. I appreciate the fact that Samantha and her ex can be civil and without ranker during this trying time of dealing with their son's illness. Hopefully, future books will allow them to both be more mature in how they deal with sharing the children during their divorce. (I hate seeing divorcing parents making children feel less loving toward one or the other parent and create animosity.) This book neatly wraps up the medallion question, and what Samantha will (or won't) have to give up to get what she needs to make things right for her son. Samantha is able to be more open about what she is to Detective Sherbet, and she finds another vampire that she can learn from. There is still a lot of room left for further exploration and I hope we see more from this writer. The books are shorter so, even though main points are covered, there is still a lot of continuing development left for us to consider. The narrator, Dina Pearlman, is the icing on the cake.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful