Aleatha’d again. This is the second time I had to call off work to read one of her books. I know once I start her books I won’t stop until I read the last page. Sara and Jacob’s story picks up where we left off. Sara and Jacob seem to be fighting a losing battle at times and I rooted for them throughout. I love these characters. They were so authentic, I could feel their emotions jumping off the page. This story was weaved as only an Aleatha book can be. The swoon worthy moments were numerous, and the OMG moments too many to count. I thought I would die from anxiety at times. I don’t want to say too much about the story itself, because in order to be Aleatha’d properly you have to go in knowing as little as possible. But I will say this, Aleatha Romig’s stories give me everything I want in a book. Her characters are authentic, her plots are unpredictable and original , and the fact that she’s an evil genius doesn’t hurt…lol. But if you haven’t read this or any of her books, you are definitely missing out. Me, I will no longer schedule myself on the days her books are released. I don’t know what I was thinking…
Ok, really? As usual, I’m left scratching my head at the end of an Aleatha story. This story was compelling, and the characters complex, yet relatable at the same time. Only Aleatha can perfectly spin a complex tale with twists and turns where you least expect it. There were times where I put the book down because I was too anxious to continue, only to pick it right back up because I was too anxious to know what was next. Sara and Jacob’s story was beautifully flawed and so unique to them. If you don’t have Aleatha on your trusted author list, then you need to add her. Her stories have the power to change your life.