It's been over 200 years
since Humans drove the affected into hiding. Now out of nowhere, people
are dying on both sides. When one of the few female specially trained
fighters; also known as an Ultorum, is added to the body count, Angelina
is forced to make a decision. Now she must betray everything she knows,
including her best friend Michael, and follow the one creature she
Ethan watches this young Ultorum with leery eyes.
He is deeply impressed with her abilities, and even more so with her
determination. It's just to bad she smells so good.
Together they set out to find the one responsible for all the killings, but what they find, they are not going to like.
What I didn't like: I noticed some grammatical errors that pulled me
out of the story, there were a few times I had to go back and reread a
passage. I also thought that I would have liked the main female
character, Angelina, to be a little less dependent on the guys though
did like her strength in the end. There were some
lines and situations that were reminiscent of Twilight. The thing I liked least about the
book is that there isn't another one to read. The ending was satisfying,
but left me wanting more and a large threat looming.
I gave it a 4 out of 5 stars on Good Reads.
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