samedi 29 août 2015

Irresistible Force ( K9 Rescue) by D. D. Aryes

Hello to all!!

                       i'm late again to post this but fortunately it's still the week i needed to post in and it's still august as well so all together i'm not that late ^^. It's just that since we are really starting to take care of my mother to help her recover fully from her stroke i spent the week between the doctor's appointments and call for more.

Now, it's finally the weekend and i hope i will manage to have a little time for me but before i can indulge in some reading and ice cream  i wanted to share one more review for August with you.  Usually during summer, i'm reading more romance suspense however this year aliens took over so it was time to go back to that genre that i enjoy a lot.

 Today i'm sharing with you my opinion on a new to me author and a new series the K9 Rescue series

 Happy reading.
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Publication: 2014
ISBN:  1250042178
Genre: romantic suspense
Violence: mild

Language: normal
sex: strong
Public: 18+
Source: bought

Short description from goodreads :

 When adrenaline runs high, so does the force of desire…

For Shay Appleton, it’s love at first sight when a gorgeous stray dog is brought into the animal shelter where she works. She just knows he’ll make a terrific watch dog—and with an abusive ex who won’t let go, she needs all the protection she can get. But Shay never suspected that her new pet is actually a trained police K-9 named Bogart—until Bogart’s even more gorgeous, human partner shows up on her doorstep.

Officer James Cannon is one tall, strong alpha male who’s convinced that Shay stole his dog. But once he gets closer to the suspect, he realizes that this stubborn, independent woman not only needs a guard dog, she needs James as well. It seems that someone from her past is stalking her, and threatening her life. When danger meets desire, will James risk his career and his best friend…to protect the woman who’s stolen his heart?

My opinion:
          It was a classic romance suspense not really original but still enjoyable...somehow i expected better though. I had a little difficulty to connect with the characters or more exactly with some of their actions even if with some explanations later they become easier to understand i still don’t agree with them.  The way Shay jumps on James when she still knows nearly nothing about him and so soon  just  is something i don’t like, yes i understand her but it doesn’t sit well with me.
That aside she is a courageous woman, more than she thinks.

James.. for a police officer is certainly acts strange at first ( even more when he tells others he is a “by the book officer” but his love for Bogart is really cute and i loved how protective, but not overly so, he is of Shay. His persistence paid off.

Now Bogart aka prince, i guess he is the biggest motivation i had for reading this book. He is so intelligent and cute and the fact he is a Belgian breed just makes it even better. However i think i would have loved if he could bring a little more humour in the story... there is some little elements here and there but not as many as it could have been.
What disappointed me the most i guess is that i didn’t feel like all the villains got what they deserved...we know that some past ones got completely free and other get off really too easily.. i wanted them to suffer more. To justice to be really given this time.

So it’s a good romance suspense if you want an easy reads for the summer for example and if you love dog, it’s one you really can try.

Score:  3/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review


mercredi 19 août 2015

How to date an Alien ( My Alien romance1) by Magan Vernon

Hello to all!

                   for this week review i'm back to the trend that i unconsciously started some weeks ago: the paranormal romance including alien(s).....i'm now free of it but i did read several that i wanted to share with you before changing again. I have been surprised to own so many alien romance (ranging from PG to erotic ones) and i have been enjoying reading several of them in a row to change a little from shifters who stay my favourite.

Today i'm sharing with you one of the softest alien romance i've read and enjoyed this summer, if you are lucky you could even grab the digital copy free on smashwords ( and perhaps on amazon but i can't guaranty it as it depends on where you live). The series is even complete so  if you want more you could indulge it this summer without delay.

Happy reading!
Publisher: Beautifully Broken Books
Publication: 2011
ISBN:  1468042904
Genre: YA, science-fiction, romance, paranormal romance, aliens
Violence: mild

Language: normal
sex: none
Public: 18+
Source: paperback but the digital ebook is free on smashwords

Short description from goodreads :

High school senior Alex Bianchi's estranged father gets her an internship at Circe Operations Center to pad her college applications. But Circe isn't your typical military base. It's an alien-run operation center and not all of the aliens are friendly, especially the one that tries to kill Alex on her first day. When Ace, a dark-eyed Caltian, enters and saves the day, she can't help but be drawn to him. Can these star-crossed lovers survive when they're on the brink of intergalactic war?

My opinion:
          Somehow i’m finding myself reading more paranormal roamnce with aliens than i imagined owning, this time i picked a YA one and Magan Vernon did a great job i think  to create a univers quite fun with a whole range of aliens of all colors and kind (  i’m still smilling at the idea of the orange “plush” one) and the story  while not fully original  still give you a great time as teh author  is making a comparaison between the aliens organisation and an high school social division

I wanted a light read  this summer and this one is just perfect in that sense... there are things that don’t make sense because really  what kind of father would bring his chil  to confront aliens without telling her about it a minimum, without ghiving her a list of what to do or not to do BEFORE she encounters the first one. Yes it’s a secret operation but still.... so yes that parts and some other don’t make sense but at the same time it didn’t bother me at all as i was fully enjoying the story. I would have loved to get a little more of the alien side about teh situation in Circe because for the majority of the book we have the main Hero Ace, the doctor and then some other that speak a little but it’s mostly from  Alex side and the interns ( bad Riley and malcom!)’ one so majoritary human.

Alex is an heroine to like as she is intelligent and still quite naive but also determined when it comes to her love and friends.. she is a normal human girl who prefer to study than to hang out and i could easily related with her and imagine her situation. Ace on the other side is still very mysterious we don learn part of his past, his identity but  that’s so little!

The story is quite fast paced but it’s a rythm that works wonderfully with this story so i would be curious to follow up this series as i’m sure there is still a lot to learn ( book 2 and 3 are already available) So if you want a fun and enjoyable reads  this is one that could be great to try especially if you can try it for free ^^

Score:  3,5/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review


mardi 11 août 2015

Furever After ( Southern Shifters) by Michelle Fox

Hello to all!!

While i have been reading several aliens romance for which you will get my opinion soon, today i'm takling a break from that genre to go back to one of my favourite: paranormal romance with shifters.

 I have been luck to get a arc of Michelle Fox new book " Furever After" which is released today and i couldn't miss to share my opinion on it with you without delay.

Publisher: amazon kindle worlds
Publication: 2015
Genre: paranormal romance
Violence: mild
Language: normal
sex: strong
Public: 18+
Source: ecopy in exchange for an honest review

Description from goodreads :

 Staying safe means killing her wolf…

Piper Oakes is done with being a shifter and doing whatever she can to jettison her wolf. If she doesn’t, her alpha will force her to be his mate, even though they have no bond. In an effort to force her obedience, he’s taken everything from her—family, friends and any sense of safety she ever had. There’s no reason for her to be a wolf anymore and every reason to walk away.

Saving her wolf is his only chance at love…

Doctor Jaxon Comyn has never met a wolf who could be his mate. To fill the void of living alone, he throws himself into the study of human medical science. When Piper comes into his life, it’s his one shot at having it all, but claiming her as his mate means taking on both her alpha…and his.

Welcome to Eliza Gayle's Southern Shifters series, where alphas move heaven and earth for their ‘happily furever afters.’

Note this is a novella, not a novel. Longer than a short story, shorter than a novel. While it’s a good idea (and lots of fun!) to read Bad Kitty by Eliza Gayle, it’s not required. This story stands alone with no cliffhanger and an HEA ending.

My opinion:
          Really great. I have been wanting to read something from this author for a long time and i’m so glad i got the opportunity to read this novella in exchange for a review.  I haven’t read anything in this universe before  me tell you that this won’t be the last.

I had absolutly no problem  understand the world and the story despite this being my first introduction to it. It’s really a stand alone well done with  little tibits about the rest of the series making you want to discover more to deepen your knowledge and joy but you aren’t lost at all if you are new to it.

It’s a novella so the rythm is quite rapid but not overly so and Piper and Jaxon do get to know a little about each other before the romance really strikes i really loved that. Piper has been fleeing since little , we don’t know exactly how long and that’s something i would have liked to know to understand her even more as well as her situation. She is independant and terribly afraid which is pergfectly understandable after what she suffered... as a result she doesn’t want to be a shifter anymore so she is trying to stay in the human world because in this world the wolfshifetrs need to stay together and near nature to keep their energy/ magic to the  fullest..... ...when apart from the clan for too long one would start to feel sick. For Piper it’s even worse, she is dying when she meets Jaxon.

Jaxon is a wolf shifter from another clan who wants to be a doctor so he has permission to live outside the
 clan to study and work but he is still part of it and goes back as soon as possible. When he sees Piper, he is drawn to help her but he doesn’t get the real deeper reason. He is a good and loyal man, i really liked him. I think is personnality is perfect for Piper

The intrigue is simple is the  sense that we do know the bad one from the start and we know what he wants.... however  i didn’t understand how his clan allowed him to act like that....i mean he has nothiong of the
alpha safe from the strengh perhaps....that’s the part tht bothered me a little i guess that no one tried to interfere , to exile him or something....
However the resolution  takes unexpected turns so you are turning the pages until the last one hoping for Piper and Jaxon happiness and to see the villain punished as he derserves it.

This is really a excellent novella and i would be happy to read more in this universe.

Score:  4/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review /Source: a copy in exchange for an honest review, no other compensation was received.

jeudi 6 août 2015

Fatal Rendez-Vous ( Chasseuses d’Aliens tome1) par Gena Showalter

Bonjour à tous,

                   J'ai oublié de posté un avis en français le mois passé donc il est prioritaire ce mois-ci car étrangement ces derniers temps j'ai un peu plus de mal à lire des livres dans ma langue maternelle qu'en anglais.

Quoi qu'il en soit  je m'y suis mise et avec d'autant plus d'enthousiasme que j'avais depuis des mois sur mon étagère ce tome 1 " Fatal rendez-vous" et que Gena Showalter est sur ma "wishlist" avec  plusieurs autres séries alors celle-ci n'y était pas mais puisque j'avais l'opportunité de finalement découvrir cette auteur je n'allais pas la laisser passer. Surtout qu'on dirait que je suis curieusement attirées par les livres  de romance incluant les aliens dernièrement.
 Au final, le genre d'écriture me plait mais l'univers un peu moins donc il y a des chances que les séries qui étaient sur ma liste soient celles pour moi , on ne le découvrira que plus tard ( en français ou en anglais d'ailleurs) mais pour l'heure voici mon avis sur le premier tome de la série " Chasseuses d'Aliens"

Bonne Lecture
Editeur VF: J’ai Lu, pour Elle 2012
Titre original:Awaken Me Darkly ( edited 2005)
Genre: romance contemporaine
Violence: élevée

Langage: très cru et osé
sexe: élevé
Public: +18ans
Obtenu par achat

Quatrième de couverture  de l’éditeur « J’ai Lu »

Traqueuse d'aliens aux méthodes musclées, Mia Snow appartient à une brigade d'élite qui tente d'imposer la loi humaine aux hordes sauvages débarquées à New Chicago. Lors d'une enquête, son coéquipier est gravement blessé. Une seule personne peut le sauver: Kyrin, un Arcadien, la plus redoutable des races aliens. En échange, celui-ci exige d'elle qu'elle trahisse les siens.

Tiraillée entre son devoir et l'attraction irrésistible qui la lie au dangereux Kyrin, Mia fera-t-elle le bon choix ?

          Une surprise…. Et c’est un léger euphémisme car ce livre m’a vraiment prise au dépourvu, je voulais découvrir cette auteur et je ne le regrette pas mais j’étais loin de m’imaginer qu’elle emploierai un langage si cru dès les première pages.  Toutefois je tiens à préciser que ce n’étais pas vulgaire du tout, le personnage  principale Mia analyse la scène de manière analytique sans plus mais je ne m’attendais pas à  une telle situation dès le début or je dois admettre que cela nous plonge très bien dans le bain, on est immédiatement   tiré hors de notre univers et plongé dans celui de Mia sans difficulté.

L’intrigue est également bien ficelée, les personnages sont bien construits même si on n’en apprends d’avantage que sur quelques membres de l’équipe même ceux dont on sait très peu sont assez attachants…Mia est une traqueuse elle est membre de l’ AIR qui est un service très spécifique majoritairement composé d’hommes. Elle est donc très déterminée et pas tellement féminine… j’ai aimé comment ses hommes la respectaient et lui faisaient confiance envers et contre tout. Même si parfois elle n’est pas très « juste «  avec eux  , avec une bonne intention c’est certain mais elle n’a pas l’habitude de mettre des gants et forcément ça inclus de blesser les autres parfois.

Kyrin est aussi un personnage que j’aimerai voir approfondi, oh on en apprend bien sur lui et sa romance avec Mia est parfaitement écrite, ni trop rapide ni trop lente mais suite à certains évènements j’aimerais bien  savoir comment ça se passe exactement pour lui. Il est notre lien d’entrée dans le monde des aliens et j’aimerais en lire plus.

Gena  ne nous dévoile que partiellement l’univers qu’elle a créé, assez pour l’histoire aient du sens mais pas assez pour me satisfaire pleinement ainsi je suis pas tellement sure de savoir si c’est une version de notre monde dans le futur par exemple ou si  c’est un univers parallèle en somme. Une chose est certaine, je n’apprécie pas trop les droits que les humains ont versus ceux des aliens….

Bref j’ai passé un assez bon moment bien que trop court et je reste avec un peu trop de questions sans réponse à mon goût d’autant plus que d’après le résumé du tome 2 ce sera d’autres personnages, je ne sais donc pas avec certitude si nous reverrons Kyrin et mia et son équipe alors je crois que je vais attendre avant de tenter de poursuivre cette série d’autant plus que cette auteur en a bien d’autres à nous offrir et que je trouverais peut-être parmi elles une qui me conviendra mieux.

Score:  3/5

Disclaimer: Toutes les opinions exprimées ici sont les miennes, il s’agit de d’un avis honnête et personnel. Aucune compensation n’a été fournie en échange de ce dernier.


mercredi 29 juillet 2015

Claimed ( Brides of the Kindred 1) by Evangeline Anderson

Hello to all,

                        Half the holidays is behind us already.. it's too fast ^^ and i'm starting to stress at the idea of not being ready for christmas.
However, there is no need  to be in summer or winter to read good books reading pleasure is one without limit which is fabulous...sometimes we just need to divert from our usual shelves....

This time i decided to give a try to a book that was waiting for me for way to long...i was fearing it's erotica side but  the blurb tempted me too much so i got the book and then i was too shy until now. let me tell you how happy i'm to have decided to give it a try and i'm also really happy to let you know that the digital version of this book is currently free ( amazon, smashwords, take your pick) so you can discover it to.
The only regret i have....only the first book is available in print at this point and that's a little frustrating as i would love to read Sylvan story as well ( but  it exist in pdf so not all hope is lost^^)

Before i start on book 2 let's give you my opinion on book 1 " Claimed" by Evangeline Anderson

Happy reading

Publisher: Evangeline Anderson
Publication: 2011
ISBN:  0373277210
Genre: paranormal romance, erotica, alien, scifi
Violence: mild

Language: mild
sex: very Steamy
Public: 18+

Short description from goodreads :

Brides of the Kindred Book One—Claimed

Olivia Waterhouse has just graduated from nursing school and has her whole life ahead of her—until she gets drafted. Problem is, she isn’t being forced into the Army, she’s been chosen as a Kindred bride.

The Kindred are huge alien warriors—a race of genetic traders whose population is ninety-five percent male. After saving Earth from the threat of invasion they demand a reward—the right to find brides among the population. The chances of being chosen are about the same as those of winning the lottery—guess it’s just Liv’s lucky day.

Baird is a Beast Kindred who recently escaped imprisonment and torture at the hands of the malevolent Scourge. Through the torment and pain only one thing kept him sane—the thought of finding and claiming his bride—Olivia. His need to possess her is a burning intensity that threatens to consume them both.

Angry at having her future and her family taken away from her, Liv vows to fight back the only way she can—by resisting. She has one month on the Kindred Mothership with Baird—their claiming period. If she can keep from having bonding sex with him during that time, she can go home and get on with her life on Earth.

But Baird isn’t going to make it easy for her. Every week he is allowed to touch Liv more and more intimately and according to the contract she signed, she has to let him. She’s determined to resist him but his touch sets her on fire. And just as she thinks she knows what she wants, a twist of fate and an attack by the faceless Scourge AllFather changes everything…

My opinion:
 I was happily surprised by this one. The author offer book 1 for free when you suscribe to her newsletter but i found it before and since the blurb seemed interesting i decided to give it a try even if the steamy part had me a little hesitant.

I guess i was probably in the mood for some aliens but that’s not enough to have me mmersed in the book as i was. Really the author managed to build her plot really well, with of course a lot of steamy part but you could even skip a few of them ( some really long) and stays in teh story... in fact i didn’t want to put it aide until i finished it.

I loved Baird, he was so patient and determined, after what he suffered it really show how much he loves his mate and he can be so tender it was moving...Olivia...i liked her a littel less... oh i understand why she wanted to fight the draft, i think i would do the same but after the way she didn’t seem to know what she wanted.. when she obviously enjoyed the time spend with Baird had me wanting to shake her a little....especially since Baird was attempting  to help her adapat a maximum.....
However  i was more smiling when i was reading about Baird’s brother Sylvan....he is quieter and responsible but so lost when it comes to olivia’s sister it was too cute; and while we do get an idea of what happened in this past, i’m really looking forward to read his story.

The only thing that bothered me a little was the lack of debriefing in a sense....after what Baird suffer the first time he has one and one very long it seems but after when it’s important it seems completely forgotten.... they are at war but no one has any doubt, any question at all....thatstruck me as a little too irrealistic but i loved the story to that point so while it bothered me it won’t keep me from  following the series a little at least when it’s available in print.

Score:  4/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review


jeudi 23 juillet 2015

Mortal Kiss ( Mortal Kiss 1) by Alice Moss

Hello to all,

             I will just take 5 minute to share with you my opinion this latest read because after doing the intendance for a Chtullu roleplaying game ( 24h) i'm completely out and i just want a such deserved nap..... i don't think i will be able to cook anything for a week at least i'm beaten, worn out...

So there are books that just the blurb makes you want to read them, with a main idea, plot  original and really interesting...but that don't meet your expectations and sadly for me Mortal Kiss was one of those. I don't regret to have tried this author but at least for now i won't continue this journey. However now that you have gotten my feeling let see my opinion in more details

 Happy Reading
Publisher: Bantam Children
Publication: 2011
ISBN:  0857510568
Genre: YA, paranormal romance, shapeshifters
Violence: mild

Language: normal
sex: none
Public: 16+
Source: gifted

Short description from goodreads :

 How much would you sacrifice for just one kiss . . .

When smouldering Finn and sexy Lucas arrive in Winter Mill, life starts to get very complicated for Faye McCarron.
But two boys battling for her heart is just the start. Soon there's a dead body in the woods, a motorcycle gang on the prowl, and the snow just won't stop falling. Something evil is at work, and only Faye and best friend Liz can stop it. As Hallowe'en draws near they must uncover the dark and sinister secret . . . before it's too late.

Love paranormal romance, werewolves and ethereal spirits? Then this book is for you!

My opinion:
          I had this book on my shelves for several years now and i had been really interested when i was reading the blurb but at the end  i must say that i’ve been quite disappointed...the story isn’t bad per say but it didn’t work at all for me.

There were time when i did get immersed in the story but it didn’t last, for me there were too many things that were not working so even if the idea behind the book was good i could not stay focused or immersed in the story. The author managed to surprise me a little yes but not enough.

Faye is an interesting character and we do get immediately that she must have something special along with her aunt and the author does tell us what it is. Globaly, she is the character the most well build and the one with who i could relate or at least understand the most. She is loyal and determined.
Liz.... i didn’t like her at some point but since she was perhaps not herself i could let go but then i would really love to know if it was really her or not. Anyway, Faye consider her as a friend and while i didn’t think she was acting like one at the most critical point i’m not disliking her.

Lucas...  i don’t want to do spoiler but you do guess quickly that something is amiss... and then Finn.... he was the one that disappointed me the most....he is supposed to be matureand deeply, truly in love with Faye.. yet he is the one rushing to the ennemy at the first occasion “just to see” and even worse...he finds his soulmate after such a long time searching, one that he lost  in the kind of one second last chance....and he accepts to give it up like that. Someone tells him it’s teh only way to save people so love doesn’t matter let sacrifice it.  I’m not saying it could not be an honorable thing to do but look at it that way: you finally find the one you have been searching for and you don’t even hesitate before renouncing , you don’t try to fight for her you just “ oh oki let sacrifice it”... for me it doesn’t make sense at all. It’s too irrealistic and too sudden.

Same goes for the ending...without telling you how it end the characters go back to their life like nothing happened,quite unmoved.. like it was perfectly’s too unbelievable. There is also a medium cliffhanger but really i didn’t even care for it.. the story was good but no more  as i think teh author missed soem point.... for example Faye looses her far nothing bad about it but then a few hours after Liz calls her... we only know later that she switched back to her older phone, that i can accept but then how Liz knew which number to call? She didn’t know she had lost her phone since they were not talking to each’s a detail yes but there are other and  when piled together it makes me loose any interest..and i’m really not tempted to spend any cent to get the next one, perhaps the story gets better yes but  i prefer to focus on something else.

Score:  2/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review


vendredi 17 juillet 2015

The Raven Boys ( The Raven Cycle 1) by Maggie Stiefvater

Hello to all,

 Now that the day is a little less hot i can stay on the computer long enough to post you this. I have decided to participate in a discussion for the TBR2015 reading challenge and once i start it's hard for me to stop in the middle of a book so i decided to finish it and to give you my opinion on it without delay.

It's not a recent title either so i guess most of you have read it already but once again i'm behind as i wanted at first wait to get the other books before starting^^ ( not that i did get them^^;;) so today here is my opinion on The Raven Boys!

 happy reading!!
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Publication: 2012
ISBN:  0545424933
Genre: YA, fantasy,urban fantasy, Magic
Violence: mild

Language: normal
sex: none
Public: 16+
Source: Arc gifted

Short description from goodreads :

 Every year, Blue Sargent stands next to her clairvoyant mother as the soon-to-be dead walk past. Blue never sees them--until this year, when a boy emerges from the dark and speaks to her.

His name is Gansey, a rich student at Aglionby, the local private school. Blue has a policy of staying away from Aglionby boys. Known as Raven Boys, they can only mean trouble.

But Blue is drawn to Gansey, in a way she can't entirely explain. He is on a quest that has encompassed three other Raven Boys: Adam, the scholarship student who resents the privilege around him; Ronan, the fierce soul whose emotions range from anger to despair; and Noah, the taciturn watcher who notices many things but says very little.

For as long as she can remember, Blue has been warned that she will cause her true love to die. She doesn't believe in true love, and never thought this would be a problem. But as her life becomes caught up in the strange and sinister world of the Raven Boys, she's not so sure anymore.

My opinion:
          I have been wanting to try this series for a moment but at first i wanted to wait until it’s complete to avoid cliffhanger...not a bad idea but i couldn’t resist.
The writing is really fluid and engaging, the author makes you want to follow Blue and the boys and to discover all the secrets, the pace is just perfect as well, the world building is good and the characters, you have little bit of each personnality with the boys so you have to picka favourite.

Really it was good but, because there is a but, it still didn’t pull completely in.... i don’t know why exactly it’s hard to pintpoint but while i liked how the characters were built and researched it lacked something... i did like Blue and i’m glad we get a littel explanation about her powers but it came a little too late for....still she is a detremined and sensible girl. That put aside it felt strange to see her being attracted to Adam when she think Gansey is her soulmate, true love... i mean she does get the name of her future ( but forbidden ) lover and she flirt with another?!
Now i admit it’s hard to resist Adam because he is more in touch with the reality, he is loyal and his history is sad so you want to take his side. I did like a lot  and i understood his reasonning  but i don’t agree with all his choice.
Gansey.... he is a little harder to love, he isn’t bad he is a passionated guy really but his social skills are more than lacking, he doesn’t get how hios words can hurt other and how showing money at each occasion isn’t helping.
However he is loyal to his friend, he is determined to help Ronan and try his hardest to help Adam but hell is paved with good intentions and often he is making things worse. One thing i was disappointed in is the way he got jealous of Adam... it makes no sense at first at all safe if he is overly protective , possessive and doesn’t want to share friends

Then come the secondary boys and somehow  i feel more for them the sweet Noah, it’s clear what/who he is and it makes him one we want to help and protect. Ronan, that’s the still more mysterious one of the group ; he has big behaviour problems but  inside he is loyal and protective, teh way he helps Adam and how he care for the little birds that’s cute but he still has secrets and i want to learn more about him

 I guess that i was quite bothered with the ending.... it was partly predictable but i’m not satisfied by this temporary conclusion...some characters change too drastically and others acts without taking all into account when they should be the more responsible ones....

I do want to follow up the series even if the love triangle bothers me a little ( still no sense for me) as it’s well written and i hope the author will answer the questions left and make sense of the rest.

Score:  3,5/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review