Angels, vampires and half-breeds, oh my!!
For the love of Angels and Gancanagh everywhere…Amy Bartol did it again and I love her for it!!! Evie, Reed, Russell and the rest of the crew are back!!!
There was a page or two that felt a little bit like Twilight but I knew that Amy wouldn’t do that to me and I was confident she wouldn’t go down that road. And she didn’t! Woot-woot!!
A good portion of the book is dedicated to her and Russell (or at least that’s how it seemed to me) and you know how I feel about him. He was also attempting to win Evie back (UUGGGGHHHH!) because they were on the run! Ha!!! Yes, Evie had the brilliant idea to leave Reed to protect him. GAH!!! Could she be any more irritating!???!! But I loved that I was irritated!!!
Once Evie is discovered and kidnapped, all hell breaks out! And yes, I mean literally!! The Gancanagh (a.k.a. Vampires) are after her and the leader Brennus is in love with her too! Great, add one more hottie to the list! I should be so damn lucky to have those problems!! The setting of where Ganacangh live and how they behave, is described in such a way, that it’s a little disturbing and sexy at the same time. She’s held captive against her will and Brennus is brutal but kind, how twisted!! Something happens to Evie and she actually starts to care for him because Brennus has redeeming qualities. I’m going to be honest and say that I have thing for Brennus too! He’s a jerk but a total bad-ass and he’s a little sweet. There is something seriously wrong with me!
The love-drama is intense but the romance is more than just a love triangle because every man is in-love with Evie! Of course there is light at the end of the tunnel and Reed makes his way back in to the story.
Between the Gancanagh and the Angel council, I couldn’t put this book down. It took me on a journey that was filled with gut-wrenching moments, angst, excitement and sexiness. Amy has this incredible ability to introduce characters that normally would be absolutely detestable but yet, she manages to make them likeable and almost loveable. I’m totally excluding Alfred from that statement! I’m attached to all these characters because that is what this book did to me and I didn’t want the story to end, thank god for Indebted!
What more can I say except I think Amy is brilliant author and her books are AMAZING.