I've fairly recently become obsessed with reading. This is just me sharing that love with the world. :)
Currently in the (apparently long) process of importing my books from GR.
Oh my goodny! I was really impressed with this series! As I mentioned, I got nervous at the beginning of the second book that this was going to turn into a teenage love triangle drama-fest. I am glad to report that it does not.
The first two are pretty good, and this third book definitely had my blood pumping! It was suspenseful & had lots of action, and fairly unpredictable (for me, anyway). As a general impression, it was a fun read, perhaps a little wholesome for my taste. After all, Clara (the narrating voice) referred to intimidating people as "baddies" - apparently badass was a bit brash for her. Perhaps I'm tainted (or spoiled, depending on your perspective) but all the smut I've been reading, and the Unearthly series is pretty innocent. On a related note, I'm also realizing the bad guys in this book weren't even <i>that</i> bad. I guess it is a book about angels, though, so maybe everyone had to have some redeeming qualities.
How about the characters, you ask? Well there's Clara, she's alright. I honestly feel pretty apathetic about her, don't love her, but she never bugged me. Christian is surprisingly s sort of stoic, secret-keeping type. But he's earnest and faithful. Tucker, well I was just in love with him. Y'all know how I feel about cowboys though! He was a fun, heart-on-his-sleeve kind of guy. Jeffrey, the brother, was a little brooding and pouty for my taste.
I did really like the series, but there were a couple parts that bugged me. Mainly in the epilogue.