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This was my first Willow Harbor story. The first half was rather tedious, reading more like the yellow pages of Willow Harbor. Every little side character who they came across was introduced as a supernatural being. There was so much name-dropping that it distracted me from the main characters. The later second half had more action but there were no big surprises or tension.
All in all a rather predictable read, with a bit overdoing on the magical inhabitants. But still well written with a lovely message (you can't be free if you run away all the time). Willow Harbor sounds like an interesting place to see more stories happening.
I thought these books showed great writing style and I was glad to read more by Sarra Cannon, after reading a couple of her series previous to this. Together these four authors have come together to make the town something that you can pick up and imagine in each book, they all have the same basic details the library description, the bakery and town square. The great thing is that each author has placed their own spin on the story and give you an insight into their version of the world. In this story we see the fight and action that have you wanting to jump up and take part, a job well done overall I would say.
Eva and Nik are supernaturals. Nik resides in Willow Harbor. Eva ends up in Willow Harbor by accident. Both familiar with slavery, can the pair manage to live the lives that they want?
Eva came across as a flighty but tough individual and given what she's been through in the story its no wonder.
Nik is my favourite character across all of the Willow Harbor books. I love the way he was written. Forced into a life he didn't want, but dealing with it because he has to.
Thanks to Sarra Cannon for the ARC
I love how Sarra cannon writes. she draws you in and makes you feel as if you are there in this wonderful town full of mystical characters.
this couple have both been held captive in different ways and unhappy with their lot. when they find each other sparks fly and dreams are made.
Eva begins to feel at home in willow harbour something she not felt before, but convinced she will not ever be free to stay. Nik feels he will never be able to leave and return home even for a visit.
I feel this will be a suitable read for most age groups.
I enjoyed this book and even the ending. Eva and Niks story is told but I do hope that these characters will find there way into some of the other books to come.
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