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on June 29, 2012 :
So I slam my ereader shut, and rush over to the computer, only to discover that there is no sequel. Yet? I am desperate to learn more! I NEED there to be more!
I enjoyed this so much more than I had anticipated. It was fun, sexy, exciting, and I may have actually teared up a little at the end.
Now, I know that vampire books are a little cliche at this point, but I swear that the plot doesn't rely heavily on that. I was actually quite impressed with the fact that the vampires remained more as a side plot. I was drawn more towards the characters, the romance, and, of course, the time travel. It made for a great mash of genres!
I had two little irks. First, it bothered me that Madison made the world's largest leap to the conclusion that Johnny was a vampire. He barely mentions that he's inhuman, and the very next page, she's like, "oh, he's a vampire" and she's A-OK with it. No shock. No wondering what he eats, and the moral dilemma it creates. Just... alright.
Second, Madison's very best friend, who she described as being like a sister, seemed distant, and not very observant of her friend's moods or behaviour. It fell a little short of believable.
Can I go back to raving about the story now? Please, Cody, PLEASE! write a sequel!
(reviewed long after purchase)