The storyline was interesting with a lot of potential but I just found it lacking in someway. I love Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse series so figured I would enjoy this one as well. Not so much. The story certainly doesn’t have as much action as Sookie Stackhouse. The story was boring and it dragged on. Sookie is a character you genuinely like who has good morals and manners; I just didn’t find myself liking Harper that much. Throughout the whole book I kept wondering if there was a different (maybe unknown to the characters at this point) type of relationship between Harper and Tolliver, it walked such a fine line that I just couldn’t tell but if its strictly brother and sister then it’s a bit more intimate then I share with my brother.
Overall this book didn’t impress me as much as the Sookie Stackhouse series, maybe I shouldn’t compare but even on its own I would still find it slow and boring. I will try the next book and hope that it gets better , if not I won’t be continuing this series.