Plans to rise up against the cruel regime of the witches are well underway. Bree West works to convince her herd of unicorns to join the fight, while Jack Bastian reaches out to other werewolves. All the while, Jack keeps up the pretense of working with the witches against the unicorns.
The biggest challenge the pair face is their overwhelming attraction for each other, even though they know they must not allow themselves to succumb to it. Bree must remain a virgin to be tied to the unicorns, and the unicorns are necessary for the rebellion. But whenever they are close to each other, the temptation to touch is an alluring siren’s song.
Then the high witch discovers Jack’s treachery.
Her anger is boundless.
Honest review - Spoilers Warning
Hey as far as romance books go you get what you paid for but god the writing and plot suffered in this book compared to the first.
It paid too much attention to rehashing book one instead of further world building.
And the story itself felt rushed and ‘stuff happening to the characters’ not ‘characters doing stuff.’
The protagonist became quite dumb - blabbing her mouth about secrets and weaknesses to anyone.
What the author does to avoid cliches is…commendable but ended up just a cliche in its own way.
And I don’t really know how I’m suppose to feel about their final scene - I know romance books are where we intentionally ignore red flags but this one just left me feeling bad…