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"I was the weak link in the chain, and the best I could do was surround myself with forces of the good. It would increase my chances of survival. But I couldn't replace Adam; not the way Ben meant. My heart was full of Adam's memory. There was little space to fit anyone else in".
After Adam’s death, Claire has to readjust to life. School, her job at the library and then there is still an angry demon out there seeking revenge for her escape...When she thinks it can’t get any worse, unexpected help steps in and she finds herself yet in another dilemma. Can she open her heart for someone new?
"She’s done it again! Angelina J. Steffort has written a must-read sequel to White, and once again, she takes her readers on a dark, twisted and utterly romantic journey. It’s a brilliant, engaging and utterly heartbreaking addition to the supernatural romance genre, brimming with Steffort’s signature dark touch. Read this book - and re-descover why you fell in love with Claire Gabriel’s epic journey in the first place.“ (Toni Weiss, Creative Partner and director at Little Lights Studio)
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- Sarah Loewy
I don’t get it
I honestly do not understand this series at all. To be fair I can only half listen to this book because it is so bad. I will say it is just the smallest bit better in writing style than the first but that still doesn’t make it good. There are so many plot holes in this book it is amazing. Why did we even learn anything in the last epilogue for it to not even show up until we are half way through the book? Why do we start talking about things that are supposed to be kept secret in front of Ben? Why can demons sense angels but angels cant sense angels? It truly baffles me how much we are missing in this book. Honestly why are the friends even in this book? I don’t care about their lives at all so just don’t make them a point in these books. Why is the main character obsessed with her guardian angel? Why does he have a thing for her grandma…? Why is Ben so creepy and we just kind of brush past that? So many questions that I basically miss half the book because it is so odd.