J. R. Ward – Dark Lover (Black Dagger Brotherhood #1) | Review

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In the shadows of the night in Caldwell, New York, there’s a deadly turf war going on between vampires and their slayers. There exists a secret band of brothers like no other-six vampire warriors, defenders of their race. Yet none of them relishes killing more than Wrath, the leader of The Black Dagger Brotherhood.
The only purebred vampire left on earth, Wrath has a score to settle with the slayers who murdered his parents centuries ago. But, when one of his most trusted fighters is killed-leaving his half-breed daughter unaware of his existence or her fate-Wrath must usher her into the world of the undead-a world of sensuality beyond her wildest dreams.


Since Black Dagger Brotherhood books make big part of my TBR, I decided it’s time to do something about that. I have actually started this book three years ago and I read half of it, but though I really liked it, I never continued on. Until now. And I really enjoyed it, though I did have some minor problems with it. It was very interesting to read a vampire book now that vampires are not as popular as they were a few years ago, but I can tell you, I still like reading about them if the whole vampire thing is done well.42899

If you odd out the romance, this book still has a plot, which is very rare for vampire books. I love how vampires are portrayed in this book and how everything works out. Brotherhood is so cool and reading about them was very empowering. When it comes to the actual plot, I have mixed feelings about it. I did get into this book right away and I definitely had my attention, but I think that the first part of the book draged a bit, especially compared to the second half when a ton of stuff happened and everything was so fast-paced and exciting. Don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy the beginning with Beth finding out about the entire vampire thing and falling for Wrath (though that hapened FAST!). It’s just that it took me two days for the first half of the book, and then less than a day for the second half. My interest so obviously grew toward the end of the book, when the plot actually picks up. The ending itself was quite expected, though I did not expect for things to go so far, but I do like how it all wrapped up.

When it comes to our main character, Beth, I couldn’t connect with her. I don’t hate her, but she was quite annoying. And stupid at times. Like, who the fuck has sex with a complete stranger who looks like is going to kill her? And like that isn’t enough, she goes after him and trusts him immediately. Quite stupid, don’t you think?
I already said how much I love the Brotherhood. I like every single one of these Warriors, but when they were all together and their relationships with each other were brilliant. It’s hard to say this, but Wrath is probably my least favourite in the Brotherhood. I couldn’t make myself like him. I really tried. I couldn’t. He was pretending to be a tough guy, but he was just too whiny and self-centered for me. I didn’t buy it. Also, I don’t really like his relationship with Beth. Too much insta-love and his change was just way too unrealistic.
As I said, I really like all the other guys, but I don’t feel like I should talk about any of the other characters in this review, since each book is about another character so I’ll talk about them when I actually get to know them better.

The writing.Occasionaly it was just too much. Through most of the book I really enjoyed it and it was fine, but there were just way too many sexual descriptions, to say the least. I don’t mind reading about sex, but Beth and Wrath had sex way too many timed throughout this book. And even when they weren’t having sex, at least one of them was thinking about having sex with the other person. It was just too much for my taste. It’s hard to make me unconfortable while reading, I can really enjoy everything, but this was just… nope. The good thing is, eventually you get used to it so it didn’t really bother me that much at the end. But still…

I have no idea whom to recommend this book. I don’t feel like the right person to put an age range on this book, since I first read it when I was 13. But I guess if this is something you think you’d enjoy, if you’re mature enough and you’re okay with a lot of sex in books, it’s a book for you. I really enjoyed it, it was very fun and entertaining and I will definitely be continuing with the series.


Sally Green – Half Wild (Half Life #2) | Review

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In a modern-day England where two warring factions of witches live amongst humans, seventeen-year-old Nathan is an abomination, the illegitimate son of the world’s most powerful and violent witch. Nathan is hunted from all sides: nowhere is safe and no one can be trusted. Now, Nathan has come into his own unique magical Gift, and he’s on the run–but the Hunters are close behind, and they will stop at nothing until they have captured Nathan and destroyed his father.


I have so many feels right now and I want to mention so many things in this review, but I bet I’ll forget half of it. I’m just overwhelmed with emotions and I have a huge book hangover. So this review will probably be a complete mess. Sorry for that.20814989

I read the first book in this trilogy, Half Bad, last summer and I completely loved it so I was highly anticipating this one. I love the cover even more than the cover of the first book, which I thought was impossible. However, the content was not nearly as good as in Half Bad. Or I just didn’t enjoy it as much.

First chapter of this book was really good and I was very excited to be back in this world, but then next chapter came and it all went downhill. I really struggled to read this book, I was not into it at all and I was seriously thinking about DNF-ing it. However, I pushed through and when I got more than halfway through, I thought I may as well finish it. And now I’m so glad I did. There is basically no plot through the most of the book, but then so much stuff happens in the last 100-150 pages that it get totally insane. Though I think this last part of the book was too rushed, I really enjoyed it and it really helped me to fly through that last portion of the book. I don’t see why the first part of the book had to drag so much. Literally nothing happened, except Nathan fantasizing about Annalise and bonding with Gabriel at the same time (though I loved the Gabriel parts). I just don’t understand why did Sally Green leave the best and most exciting part of the book for the very end when she could’ve done so much more with that plot and spread it throughout the entire book instead of having this huge pointless intro. Oh, and the very, very end. I hate it. It was very good and I like how it fits into the whole story, but I hate it. I can’t talk about it without spoiling everything, but if you read the book, you know.

I hate Annalise. She should’ve just die. A long time ago. For example, at the very beginning of the first book. She’s so stupid and she acts like a princess in a fucking fairytale when there is war all around her. She’s all about giggling and making out with Nathan, but she doesn’t even know him that well. She’s just excited about the fact he’s badass and kind of famous, but she doesn’t accept him for he truly is. Urgh, I really dislike her. Also, the ending. Nope. But at least now I know there is no fucking chance that Nathan will end up with her.
Okay, I need to calm down. Nathan. I have mixed feelings about him. I really liked him in the first book, but through this one, he became really annoying with his fantasizing about Annalise and risking everything for her. AND THEY ARE NOT GOOD FOR EACH OTHER! Though I do appreciate his character when he’s not all about Annalise. For example, when he’s with Gabriel. Or when he transforms. Or when he’s with Marcus. Then I really like him. I think the best aspect of this book is Nathan’s character and it’s development. He’s very confused about who he is and what he feels and all that is very well protrayed in this book, even better thn in the first one. I love it how he obviously has feelings for Gabriel, but he just doesn’t want to admit it, neither to him or to himself. And that’s driving me crazy. And then he goes to Annalise and tells her that he loves her. Damn, I hated all the Nathan/Annalise scenes.
Okay, back to Gabirel so I don’t get upset again. I love Nathan when he’s with him. They’re perfect for each other. Nathan trusts him completely, and only him. Gabriel understands him and accepts him for who he truly is, both his good and bad side. Gabriel supports him in whatever he decides to do, but he also tells him his opinion on it, whether he agrees with him or not. And these are only some of the reasons why Nathan and Gabriel have to end up together. I ship them above anything. Also, the best scene in this book whas The Kiss (if you read the book, you know, if you haven’t, sorry for a spoiler, but I can’t not mention it). I fangirled so hard, and then Sally Green decided to break my heart. Not cool.
I will just quickly mention my love for Marcus. I love him so much and he’s definitely one of my favourite characters in this book. Yeah, he’s a monster and he kills a lot of people, but that’s exactly why I love him. And I really appreciate the relationship between him and Nathan. He may not be the healthiest role model in the world for Nathan, but in my opinion, he is the best. I know I said it already, but I hate the ending so much.

The writing was a bit disappointing for me. I was really looking forward to those second-person chapters, but we got almost none. However, I do really appreciate that the last chapter was in the second person. It put a smile on my face after the heartbreak. Aside from regular first-person writing, there was nothing especially bad about it. It was fine, but nothing special. Just another solid writing. Oh, and I really like that chapters are mostly short. That really helped when I was struggling to read this book.

Overall, Half WIld was not as good as the first book and I definitely enjoyed it a lot less, but the end of the book kind of made up for it. But not completely. If you read and liked Half Bad, I suggest you picking this one up and stick to it because it does get a lot better and now I’m very excited about the final book. I really hope Sally Green won’t disappoint me again.

Kendare Blake – Girl of Nightmares (Anna #2) | Review

It’s been months since the ghost of Anna Korlov opened a door to Hell in her basement and disappeared into it, but ghost-hunter Cas Lowood can’t move on.
His friends remind him that Anna sacrificed herself so that Cas could live—not walk around half dead. He knows they’re right, but in Cas’s eyes, no living girl he meets can compare to the dead girl he fell in love with.
Now he’s seeing Anna everywhere: sometimes when he’s asleep and sometimes in waking nightmares. But something is very wrong…these aren’t just daydreams. Anna seems tortured, torn apart in new and ever more gruesome ways every time she appears.
Cas doesn’t know what happened to Anna when she disappeared into Hell, but he knows she doesn’t deserve whatever is happening to her now. Anna saved Cas more than once, and it’s time for him to return the favor.

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I don’t think it was necessary for Anna to be a duology. Anna Dressed in Blood would be a great standalone and this book just shouldn’t have existed. I did enjoy it, I just didn’t really see the point in it. It feels like the author didn’t want to say goodbye to these characters and this world so she wrote a sequel and put a ton of new stuff in it. However, I love the cover a lot and I’m glad Anna is not sitting alone on my shelf. Now I have two of them to look pretty and awesome.

As I already said, the whole plot was pretty unnecessary, but it was still quite enjoyable. I feel like Cas’ depression and missing Anna dragged a bit and it took way too many pages to actually get to the main plot – going after Anna. However, when we finally got to that point, I started to enjoy this book a lot more because finally something interesting was happening. I especially liked the part in Suicide Forest, it was creepy and amazing at the same time. It was definitely a highlight of this book. I don’t really know how I feel about the ending, though. I expected something like that, but it feels kind of riddicolous that he went through all that shit and then… I don’t want to spoil anything, but if you read the book, you know where I’m going with this.

I did not like Cas very much in this one. He was too whiny and annoying at times. He was self-pitying himself and he was constantly depressed about Anna, but it took him so long to actually do something about it. He just lost his badassness (is that even a word?) from the first book. Carmel was even more whiny than Cas and I just couldn’t stand her in this book. Did not like her decisions at all. Thomas is the only character who didn’t disappoint me in this book. He stayed cool and awesome as he was and I like him a lot. Definitely my favourite character. Jestine is a new character who I really liked from the moment she appeared. She is super-badass and I ship her and Cas a lot. They would be such a cute couple because she brought the old Cas back and their relationship is just awesome.

Writing style didn’t change very much from the first book and it’s still easy to read. I liked all the jokes and all the funny moments in this book, even though the premise of this book is neither happy or funny. This book was quick and easy read and I quite enjoyed it. The first part was a bit slower, but the book was action-packed from the beginning and I very quicky got into it. Also, I very much like the creepines and the atmosphere in Kendare Blake’s books.

If you read Anna Dressed in Blood, I don’t really know if I recommend you this seuel or not. It’s up to you, because not everyone is going to love this book. However, if you haven’t even started Anna duology, I definitely recommend you to do so because it’s very entertaining and quick read.

Maggie Stiefvater – Forever (Wolves of Mercy Falls #3) | Review

When Sam met Grace, he was a wolf and she was a girl. Eventually he found a way to become a boy, and their loved moved from curious distance to the intense closeness of shared lives.
That should have been the end of their story. But Grace was not meant to stay human. Now she is the wolf. And the wolves of Mercy Falls are about to be killed in one final, spectacular hunt.
Sam would do anything for Grace. But can one boy and one love really change a hostile, predatory world? The past, the present, and the future are about to collide in one pure moment–a moment of death or life, farewell or forever.

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Fantastic finale to a fantastic trilogy. I’m so glad that I finally read this book, because it was pure perfection. Now I can definitely say that this series gets better with each book. This one was so action-packed, intense and beautiful, it kept me at the edge of my seat the entire time. he whole series wrapped up nicely in this book and I can just say that I love the way this book ended. It was not this fairytale ending that leaves you with And they lived happily ever after… because that’s not what happens, but it didn’t break my heart either (okay, it did). It’s this perfect bitter.sweet ending that you may or may not like, but it is how it is. Not everything can be perfect, but that’s life and there is no perfect cure for everything.

When it comes to characters, I still love them all. However, I’m gonna start with my favourite one.
Oh, Cole. He’s just amazing. I don’t even know how to describe him, without spoiling everything. I just love him so much even though he’s so messed up. His character is so complex and very well done, I could never come up with a character like that. He had my heart from the moment he showed up in the second book and he’s gonna have it forever, despite some unexpected events when I wanted to throw the book over the room.
Isabel is the best female sidekick I’ve ever read about. I love her as well. She’s just so badass, awesome and bitch when necessary. She changed completely throughout the series and I love how she turned out. Also, I love her relationship with Cole, they are definitely one of my OTPs.
I still have some mixed feeling about Sam, Yeah, I do love him, but I noticed that with each book I like him a bit less and I don’t really know why. I guess that when Cole appeared in the book, my love for Sam started reducing and all the love was reserved for Cole. However, I still like Sam, just not as much as in the first book.
Grace is completely different now when she’s a werewolf. However, I do like her now as well. Maybe even more than before. But no matter how much I like her, I loved her the most when she stood up to her parents and told them everything they deserve. Best scene ever!

Maggie Stiefvater has such a beautiful wiriting style, it amazes me every time. I just love that woman and her books.

I have no idea what else to say, since I’m pretty much repeating everything I’ve already said in my reviews for previous book, and I don’t want to spoil you on anything, since this is supposed to be a spoiler-free review. And because I really want to talk more about this book and analyze the whole series and how it all wrapped up, I’m going to make a spoilery discussion on the whole trilogy, hopefully soon. I don’t recommend you reading that if you haven’t read all the books, though. But in that case, what are you waiting for? Go and read these books, they are truly amazing!

Maggie Stiefvater – Linger (Wolves of Mercy Falls #2) | Review

the longing.
Once Grace and Sam have found each other, they know they must fight to stay together. For Sam, this means a reckoning with his werewolf past. For Grace, it means facing a future that is less and less certain.
the loss.
Into their world comes a new wolf named Cole, whose past is full of hurt and danger. He is wrestling with his own demons, embracing the life of a wolf while denying the ties of being a human.
the linger.
For Grace, Sam, and Cole, life a constant struggle between two forces–wolf and human–with love baring its two sides as well. It is harrowing and euphoric, freeing and entrapping, enticing and alarming. As their world falls apart, love is what lingers. But will it be enough?

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Linger was even better than Shiver if that’s even possible. I loved Shiver, but this book was just more. More of everything. It was more interesting, characters were more complex, plot was more complicated and exciting, writing style was more compelling and more beautiful. This book blew me away with how amazing it is. If you read Shiver and you’re now sure if you should continue with the trilogy or not, I definitely recommend picking this one up because I assure you that you won’t regret it.

Shiver was focused mostly on romance between Sam and Grace, but in this one plot becomes so much more than a romance between the two main characters. We deal with family issues, werewolf problems, we find out a lot about some characters’ past and there is just a lot of emotions wrapped up nicely into a complete beautiful book. It was still a lot of drama, but considerably less than in the first book. Sam and Grace still had their cute, and sometimes very emotional moments, but we got the foundations for a more complex plot which is going to unfold in the final book in the trilogy. There was one aspect of a book that I feel like I need to mention as well. The pack. How it was described, and how Sam feels about the pack, makes me feel so nice but sad at the same time. It was just beautiful, and it makes me want to be a part of a pack as well. It is more than family. Sam’s family and Grace’s family was very nicely opposed, in this book especially, and it was very interesting to see how different surroundings affected them to become the persons they are now.

I loved the characters so much. Every single character in this book went through a huge character development and it was just nice to see all these characters I care about grow up because of all the stuff they were dealing with.
Isabel went through the biggest development out of all of them. At the beginning of the fist book I didn’t like her very much, but even through Shiver she started to change. But in Linger, she’s a completely different person and now she’s my second favourite character. She is such a badass and her character is very interesting to read about, especially when we read from her POV. I love being inside her head and seeing her trying to stay strong and just survive everything that’s happening to her. But the thing I probably like the most about her is the fact that she considers herself one of the wolves, even though she can just walk away any time, since she’s just a human who only accidently knows about the whole werewolf thing. But she decides to stay and help her friends and I respect her for that.
However, my favourite character is definitely Cole. His character is so complex and unique, it just blew my mind. At the beginning he only seemed like an arrogant celebrity, but when we started to get to know him, it became clear he’s so much more than that. His story is just fascinating to me. I can’t find a better word for it. He’s a famous singer, but he’s a genious as well, which I think is going to play a huge role in Forever. At first he let his demons from the past to control him, but toward the end of the book he decided to take that control and that’s when I started to love him even more. Also, I ship him with everyone.
Sam felt like a background character to me in this book. All of a sudden, he’s not the important one anymore. He is now a human and he obviously has some big problems, but I just didn’t feel like he was the one who could solve them. He was somehow boring, actually, now when the focus was not on him anymore. Still, I can’t say anything bad about him, because I still like him very much. I just think he should stand out for what he wants and what he believes in, and not feel sorry for himself all the time and expect that Grace would fix everything.
And now, Grace. She became stronger and more determined and I loved her a lot because of that. She was not afraid to defend her love and what she believed in in front of her parents, or anyone. She stayed strong and a fighter even when she knew things were bad and that there was no way that she could make it right. She and Sam basically switched roles and now she was the one in the centre of attention.
I again have to say how much I hate Grace’s parents. Even more than in Shiver. They are just terrible parents and terrible humans. If you read the book, you understand.
I feel like I just need to mention how much I ship Cole and Isabel. I love their relationship because it’s a complete opposite to Sam and Grace’s, with Isabel and Cole it’s not about love, it’s about need and I think that only highlights how complex and also messed up characters they actualy are. They are just perfect together.

I’m in love with Maggie Stiefvater‘s writing style. I think that’s quite obvious, but I wanted to point it out anyway. Metaphores are the best part definitely, but I also really like her atmosphere, how she describes characters’ feelings and how that affects their actions… She’s an artist and I admire her. There is one thing I’d like to highlight. These birds which Sam made constantly and thought about them as memories – how awesome is that? I think that just adds a new, special layer to the story. Even though it a tiny detail and some people wouldn’t even pay attention on it, I found it extremely interesting and beautiful. That’s why I love Maggie Stiefvater so much!

To wrap it all up, I would recommend this series to every person out there who is either a fan of romance, werevolves, young adult, paranormal or all of the above, like I am.

Maggie Stiefvater – Shiver (Wolves of Mercy Falls #1) | Review

For years, Grace has watched the wolves in the woods behind her house. One yellow-eyed wolf—her wolf—is a chilling presence she can’t seem to live without.
Meanwhile, Sam has lived two lives: In winter, the frozen woods, the protection of the pack, and the silent company of a fearless girl. In summer, a few precious months of being human… until the cold makes him shift back again.
Now, Grace meets a yellow-eyed boy whose familiarity takes her breath away. It’s her wolf. It has to be. But as winter nears, Sam must fight to stay human—or risk losing himself, and Grace, forever.

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There is something I need to get off of my chest before I get to the actual review. I read this book four years ago for the first time and now I decided it was time for me to reread it. Best decision ever! I went into this book expecting to fly through it because I was reading it for the second time, but I realized that I remember pretty much nothing. I was so shocked with that fact, but also happy because while reading this book again it felt like I was getting to know the characters for the fisrt time. I didn’t remember almost anything about the plot so I got very excited and anxious at times. So, the conclusion is: my memory sucks, but that’s okay.

I love werewolves, and that is mainly because of this book. Wolves are definitely my favourite animals, and a mix of wolf and a hot guy is my favourite combination. When I first read this book, a long time ago, I loved it so much, but in the past few months I’ve been reading and watching some not very good reviews on this book and the complete trilogy, so I was a bit afraid to reread this book because I though I would look differently on it this time. Oh, how wrong I was. I loved it the second time around, probably even more than the first time. It’s fantastic and I enjoyed every second I spent reading it.

At the beginning it all started a bit slow because of all these explanations and ”world building”, but I didn’t mind at all. But when things started to happen, I was at the edge of my seat. I kept flipping these pages and I just needed to know what happens next (even though it was a reread) which resulted with me staying up a bit too long and almost not waking up for school on time the next morning, but I regret NOTHING. The ending was maybe a bit rushed, but I didn’t find that to be a bad thing. Also, semi-cliffhanger at the end is fantastic, beautiful and just the best. I need Linger now!
Also, I have to mention my favourite scene in this book because it was probably the best written romance scene ever. When Sam took Grace to the pastry shop. So amazing, beautiful and just perfectly written. This book is worth reading, if not for anything else, then at least for this scene. I can’t even describe it with words. It’s art, what else can I say?

I have mixed feeling about pretty much all of the characters, which is good, because that makes them realistic. None of them was perfect of terrible and I connected to pretty much every single one of them, which is very rare.
I have to start with Sam. I love him, I really do, but sometimes he was a bit of a drama queen. But just sometimes, and I managed to get over that. In all other times he was amazing and unique and just bae. I also like his lyrics and his artistic side, it’s really beautiful.
I could relate to Grace a lot and I realized how much the two of us are alike. Almost everything she did, all the actions she took… I would do the exact same thing if I was her and that kinda amazed me. I never found a main character so simmilar to me. I guess that’s why I liked her, haha.
Shelby was portrayed as an ‘evil’ character, but I could actually relate to her a bit. I could understand her and I saw why she did all of the stuff she did. She loves what she is and she just fights for what she things is right. No one can blame her for that.
Some people think Beck is selfish, but I don’t think that. He also just did what he thought was right and what he thought was best for the pack. You can’t call that selfish.
Grace’s parents are the one who are truly selfish and I didn’t like them at all. Enough said, they are just terrible people.
I love girls like Isabel. She was so badass, even though she was not portrayed that way at the beginning. My opinion on her only grew toward the end of the book, but when she helped Sam, I knew I love her and that that won’t change. She cares about all of them much more than she’s ready to admit and that’s why I like her even more.

The writing style was beautiful. Maggie Stiefvater is well-known for her unigue and amazing style, and that is definitely not without a reason. Metaphores and descriptions were so well done, and sometimes I just wanted to read the same sentence for a few times, because of how beautiful it was. The romance was done very well and it was not rushed at all, which made it believeable and realistic. Some people say this trilogy is too melancholic, but I don’t agree at all. The best word to describe this book is beautiful. I’m definitely looking forward to reading something else by this author because I’m in love with her writing style.

To wrap it all up, I’m so glad I read Shiver again and I would definitely recommend it to everyone. It’s a great book for a winter period to just curl up near the fireplace with a cup of hot chocolate. Perfection.

DelSheree Gladden – Invincible (Aerling #3) | Review

Mason is not imaginary.
He’s not a ghost, either.
And he’s definitely not a hallucination.
Mason is the one Aerling capable of saving an entire world.
He thought he was going home, but surviving Sentinel attacks and making it back to the Aerling world is only the beginning of Mason’s fight to protect the ones he loves. Every Aerling believes he can save them, but in order to win a battle that has been raging for millenium, Mason must face down the one man he truly fears, the only man capable of withstanding his power. This is one fight Mason may not be able to win.

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When I first read the summary of Invisible, I immediately knew I was going to love it and I was right. However, I did not know that it would become one of my favourite series of all time. Invincible was an amazing conclusion to the trilogy and I just couldn’t stop reading. I read this book on Wattpad before it was originaly published because I was dying to find out how everything unravels at the end. Aerling series may sound to you like another paranormal YA romance, but it’s so much more than that. So, so much more.

The plot was intense from the first page until the very last one and it kept me at the edge of my seat the entire time.  This was probably the most action-packed book in the series, but somehow it turned out to be my least favourite. Don’t get me wrong, I still love this book, it’s just that, in my opinion, the first two books were slightly better. There was a lot of mystery and a lot of secrets in this one, and I tried to figure those out, but I couldn’t, not until the author wanted me to figure it out, which I think is great. Of course, all the secrets were revealed at the end, and all the mystery (from the previous books as well) was solved. There was a lot of twists and new problems as well, but everything wrapped up nicely at the end and all the questions were answered. Unfortunately. Because that means that there is not going to be any more books. I’m not ready to let all of these characters go.

I still love majority of characters in this book, but Mason is my ultimate favourite. I love him so much, he’s just the best. I also really liked Ollie in this one because she went through so much character development and with every book I like her more and more. I actually started to like Hayden more and more as well, but I still don’t like his and Olivia’s relationship. It just doesn’t seem believeable to me, but I went over that because everything else in this book was just fantastic. We met a new character in Invincible as well. Sloan was a mystery to me at first and I wasn’t sure if I should trust her or not, so at the beginning I didn’t really like her, but later I found myself really liking that girl. I liked her beckstory a lot and I could quickly connect to her. But, I had a problem with hers and Hayden’s relationship. I expected it to happen from the moment we found out her story, but I didn’t want it to happen because it was so obvious and pretty rushed, but again, I got over that because their relationship was still cute at moments. I just realized that my only problem with this book is Hayden, or more specific, his relationships with other characters. Interesting.

DelSherre Gladden is one of my favourite authors out there and I really like her writing style. She can make me care about all the characters, I get so invested in the world and I just want to read more and more, and that is, in my opinion, what makes a good writer. But except for that, there is one more reason why I love her writing so much. When she describes Mason’s and Ollie’s power or basicly any power, it’s so easy to picture in my head, and also so beautiful and captivating. Those descriptions of power and how Aerlings and Escorts use it is one of the best aspects of the Aerling series. Yeah, I also really like when Mason and Ollie talk about their feelings for each other. I find that to be so cute and those scenes always melt my heart.

All in all, I believe my love for this series is pretty obvious. Invincible was an amazing wrap up to the trilogy, but I wish there was more. If you haven’t read these books yet, what are you waiting for? Aerling series should get much more attention, because it definitely deserves it.

DelSheree Gladden – Invisible (Aerling #1)
DelShere Gladden – Intangible (Aerling #2)