Rowan Platts is addicted to success.
When she's presented with the chance to work on a top secret project fronted by her idol, renowned virologist Dr. Margot Miller, Rowan signs her life away without second thought. The realization she’s gotten in over her head comes only after the subject of their study is revealed: a boy with a bad attitude and an uninhibited taste for human blood.
He's a medical anomaly. Having the ability to crush metal with his bare hands and hear a heartbeat from across the room, it would make Rowan’s career if she was the one to discover what made him so unusual.
Easier said than done, with a subject who prefers snapping necks over answering questions.
Great from start to finish
I loved everything about the book. I was only miffed about the ending because while it is a happy ending it’s still open ended and meant to let the reader imagine what happens and I feel like it just needed a little more ending truly. But that’s just me. I know a lot of people like to imagine what happens. 10/10 would and will recommend
I remember reading this when it was still on watt pad and unbelievable upset when it wasn’t being continued, turned out she had plans to make it an actual book. I waited so long in anticipation to finally complete my reading of this work of art. ... and it was spectacular. I recommend this book. Your eyes will be glued to every word ecstatic to read the next line. Once I started I could barely stop and you will most likely feel the same too.
Worth the buy
Best highlight: Drawing the frowning face in blood. Such a vivid detail!
I greatly enjoyed the premise of this book. I would’ve given it five stars, but the ending felt rushed and a tiny bit juvenile, and the heroine’s selfishness dragged on a smidgeon too long.
Honestly, though, I don’t have any major complaints and truly enjoyed Lyall’s internal evolution. He’s a fantastic character. I found myself wishing the author had more books published. She has a well developed writing style.