Author: Kieran Scott
Series: True Love #2
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
Release Date: September 30th, 2015
Date Read: October 6th, 2014
Point of View: Multiple (Eros/True, Peter, Claudia, Orion [prologue])
Writing: First Person | Past Tense
Setting: New Jersey
Genre: Young Adult | Mythology
In a Nut Shell...
A quick and fun (a little bit of a gut-wrenching romance) read with interesting main characters and memorable secondary characters.
After a time, I could feel nothing save the weight of his feet on my back, one heel pressing sharply between two lowers ribs, and the other into the muscle of my shoulder.
Jealousy is definitely a powerful thing.
One thing I liked about this book was the storyline. It was so engaging that I couldn't stop reading even at times I was really mad Peter for being such a jerk at Claudia. His paranoia bugged me big time and quite a few times I wanted to stomped on his frigging handsome face. Even though the book was a little predictable, it was still a fun read for me since the pace and writing were done quite well.
The characters in general were very well-developed, both main characters and secondary characters. Claudia was a really nice heroine and Peter, when he wasn't being an ass, he was not so bad, either. I loved when Claudia described how nice and sweet he was before the stress of being a senior got to his head.
To wrap it up, I had a blast reading this book. I can't wait to read the final book and based on how book 2 ended, book 3 will sure be epic.