Monday 9 September 2013

DARKFEVER by Karen Marie Moning

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Okay. I was really excited about reading this book, and actually got hooked right from the beginning. I liked Mac's voice and was determined to follow her on her dark journey to Ireland to figure out who murdered her sister, when everyone else had given up.

Then something happened, Jericho Barrons entered the scene and actually stayed there. And that's when the story started going downhill for me. OMG. He's such an infuriating man. He enters the story with violence against Mac. He also treats her like a kid, and even insists she moves into one of his rooms. When she's there he tells her how to dress, to stay in her room, and makes it quite obvious that the only reason he wants her there is because she can see the Fae. My gosh. Come on, there's alpha and then there's asshole. Seriously.

So, I did get to the end of the book and that was only because I still liked Mac and the world she stumbles into is fascinating. Unfortunately, I won't be reading any of the other books. The thought of reading another page that mentions Barrons is enough to put me off.

I'm disappointed, because I once again thought I would love this book! :(

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