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follow site Editor reviews 1 reviews. Supernatural Action and Romance. April 30, Overall rating. Until she develops the ability to siphon other supernaturals and their powers. This makes her both a weapon and a target. She meets Camden, the werewolf king, and is forced to go with him when her hometown is attacked by demons. At his place, she learns about her purpose and the keys that can open the portals to release the supernatural beings who've been locked up due to their dangerous tendencies.
She also meets different creatures, like Stephen the vampire and Lil the faerie. The more time she spends with Camden, the more she's drawn to him.
Being mates makes it even harder to resist his charm. Brandi Elledge does an amazing job at creating characters with a variety of personalities. It was interesting seeing all of them interacting with each other. There were also bits of humor mixed between this action-packed story that kept things moving at a fast pace. I love watching the relationship between Camden and Sadie grow as the story went on.
Final Verdict: I would recommend this to fans of supernatural creatures, fantasy, action, adventure, and romance. Report this review Comments 0 Was this review helpful to you? User reviews There are no user reviews for this listing. Already have an account?
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