Reviewed by Melanie on April 12, 2017
This is the first book I’ve read by Lena North. I enjoy her writing style and like that things are straight-forward with small bits of foreshadowing in each chapter.
By chapter three I was ready to put this book down, and move to another I may have liked more. Jinx, the main character, is absolutely appalling. As a very intelligent introvert, I hated that she was constantly condescending, thought every one wanted a piece of her, and never gave anyone a chance.
I stuck with the story and am overjoyed that I did. Rarely does a character grow and develop so quickly, but also quietly. I haven’t read the first book in the series, but didn’t feel lost picking up this book. If Jinx was the same way in the first book, I would have never picked up this book and would have missed this amazing transformation.
Overall I immensely enjoyed the book and will be looking for Wilder and the rest of the series. I want to learn about each of these interesting characters and the world they live in.