My toes were floating near the surface of the water, right beside the switch that controlled the drain.It was mounted just below the faucet, within easy reach--if I'd been able to move. As it was, I could only stare at it, stark terror creeping over my body, chilling my skin and threatening to paralyze whatever brain function I had left.I couldn't move and Billy was useless and I couldn't even take a deep breath to calm down because-- Because I was about to drown in the goddamn bathtub.
Cassie has a power problem. She does not know how to use it. Many want her dead, and others want to control her. She must fight to save herself, and in the process learn who she is. For the truth that she seeks will change everything she believes.Being Pythia, is not all it's cracked up to be.Will she learn to embrace her power and gain the respect she deserves, or will she remain a prisoner to the rule of those that want to take it away?
My Thoughts: I love this series, and the characters. Cassie is such a tough character, she constantly keeps pushing through all the pain and the physical strain that is placed upon her, it seems on a daily/hourly basis. What I love about her is her heart, she cares about her family and friends regardless of whether they are vamps or mages. She is willing to risk her life for them. And you would think Cassie would catch a break from all the attempts on her life. Chance lures you in with action packed sequences, that if you're not paying attention you might fall out of your seat, until the last page you might actually fall over from wanting to more. I'm especially curious about the love triangle between her war mage protector, Pritkin and her vampire boyfriend Mircea. I don't think she could go wrong with either one. But, alas I will hang on for the next reading visually stimulating ride in this series.
Recommendation: Adults ages 18-up that are interested in paranormal/sci-fiction literature.
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars
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