My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Read from November 25 to 29, 2014 — I own a copy, read count: 1
Well the premise is still as intriguing as the first book. But too bad I need characters with rationality to make it work unless I am only reading my books superficially or said character is mentally challenged. Unfortunately I am a rather critical reader. It's not unreasonable to demand some standard for books I spent money and time on.
The romance has certainly taken a back seat in this installment and I am not even sure if this book could be called gay erotica or even gay romance. I am rather surprised to find that the anticipated sex scene between the new couple in this book was censored. Huh? Have I been reading a YA all along? Or have this series taken a sudden detour from blood and pain X-rate worthy sex since book one to a PG-13 now?
* Reviewed on 30th November 2014