March roars in like a lion and is already almost leaving us! With spring in the air, new spring april releases that are almost here, with new and old authors, new books and those part of continuing series.
Some books hit you right in the feels and this book did more then that. It felt real in it's portrayal of mental illness and the slow baby steps it takes in therapy and the way Paula Stokes showed how therapy really works was something I applauded. I think this was the best portrayal of how real therapy works I've ever read.
Maguire was a wonderful heroine who trials tugged at my heartstrings. Each step she took you were cheering for her,every challenge she conquered you felt proud for her. All the people she meets along the way shine in their own way from her friends Jade and Penn to our hero Jordy who has his own fears to overcome.
The beauty of the romance between Jordy and Maguire is that it felt natural and not force. Neither one was the crutch for the other, they both helped each other and letting the other stand on their own two feet standing by their side.
Quick Thoughts: While parts were ten times better then ACOTAR some parts I didn't truly care for. The first half tended to drag and I felt some characters were OOC. The shining glory was of course the new characters with the introduction of the Night Court and the show of friendship and family.
It took me a bit to get over the last heartbreaking pages. Thankfully, there is no cliffhanger( your will emotions appreciate it) as your thrown into a fascinating world that you could only read in the comics with a historical twist. When Evelyn sister Rose disappears, she leaves everything behind to search for her, with the help of Mr.Kent and the odd Sebastian Braddock with his fantastic tales of super-humans, and to top it off claims the sisters also have special gifts also. Everlyn dismisses this as crazy, only to be shown it's all true. I adored Everlyn, with her humor and snarkness, she had a spine of steel and wouldn't give up in the face of alot of heartbreak, she's still fighting. Although I loved Everlyn, I didn't care for the supposed "love triangle" something that's a big turn off for me, but there again, this was more of adventure book, so even the romance was pretty thin of …