by Lissa Kasey
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The 2nd book in this series did not disappoint at all.
A continuation of Witchblood, Lissa Kasey continues to build her world and her shifter mythos, bringing in the fae mythos and weaving it throughout the world she is creating. It was another of those books that I couldn't put down after I started to read.
I love the vulnerabilities she allows her main character to have, the imperfections and character flaws that she has written into Sebastian. I admire how Liam tries to help but also tries to let Sebastian find his own legs as he slowly adapts to his new life as part of a pack, part of mated pair. The fae curveball adds a new and interesting twist to the plot as well as creates a new enemy to square off against.
If I had one negative, the scenes with Marlow seemed a little too... not contrived but expected. There had to be the one that didn't like Seb, who called him out on his BS, who accused him of not caring, not fitting in on purpose. I get why his character was needed but it was just... really obvious. But it also gives Seb the push he needs to see himself as part of a pack, part of a family, and gives him something to fight for so it works.
Other than that, loved the whole story and look forward to the next one. View all my reviews