My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I still love this series! Awesome book!
In the last book, we learned Jason was a jerk for leaving Rachel, we also learned that Chad and Deacon had a thing for Rachel, even though her heart was broken, they both decided to keep a close eye on her.
This book takes place 6 months later - Rachel still gets a lump in her chest whenever she thinks of Jason, but she is starting to move on. She is finding herself drawn to Deacon's witty sense of humor, and Chad’s sense of security . She knows her life with a werewolf could never be ...
It starts out as Rachel gets her "feeling" of the underground vampires when they dig themselves right up to the edge of the Underground Geneses - she tells Patrick and Keith.
Because Chad is the only one who knows how the car operates, and the Liberty (back up) is clear across the country, Chad is appointed to go ask for help before the Vampires dig through the wall. And because Rachel can sense the Vampires before they're right on you to attack, she goes with him.
Once they're on the "road" , they get attacked by a group of Vampire Worshiping Humans - Yikes! Like life isn't complicated enough for this group of Warriors!
Chad and Rachel are kidnapped and brought to their laire where they are to be sacrificed. Once they enter the stage to be killed, Rachel spots them... 15 werewolves... not just any werewolves .... She recognized 3 of them right off... Jason, Luna and Autumn.
Emotions came flooding into her and she had no idea what to do -
A lot goes on in this book for Rachel. It seems the poor girl doesn't seem to catch a break at all anymore.
Once she lets her guard down and allows herself to Love someone other than Jason, Jason pops back in the picture with a vaid excuse for leaving her sitting in the snow 6 months ago -and she struggles to forgive him.
Rachel takes the weight of the world on her shoulders, She feels like every time someone gets hurt, or dies, it's her fault, because she's not making the brightest decision. But she has to face the fact that SHE is not the one in charge of the evil Werewolves, and SHE is not in charge of the Vampires - she struggles with learning who she is and trying to make decisions that can be positive for everyone.
The book leaves off with a great set up for her next book. I am thinking that book will be the final of the series (hope I'm wrong though :)
Here's the link for my review on Rebecca's First book -
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