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  • (Un)wise

    This is one of three books in a series with more come. The storyline is riveting, if a little thin in places. With a little more detail to flesh certain undercurrents it would make the story less confusing, without losing the sense of suspense the author is trying to create. The spelling needs to have a little more attention. Get the next one finished, I cant wait to read about the other girls.

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  • Non-Stop Action!

    Wow – this book has non-stop action the whole way and I LOVE It. We get to know Bethi’s story and her ability to see the past lives and experience the deaths of not only herself but her five Judgement sisters in her dreams. As the reader, you will gain so much understanding about the judgement and the difference between Urbat wolves and the werewolves we have come to love. One of the traits I love about Bethi is her strength. She is such a strong character to endure the dreams over and over of the deaths of her and her Judgement sisters. Her ability to keep going is amazing. I also love her sassiness. Oh Luke, who wouldn’t want a hot, British guy helping you along the way? Luke deeply cares for Bethi, though he doesn’t always show it, and will always protect her. Bethi and Luke’s relationship has some great laughs, a little bit of heartbreak, and lots of sassy attitude. (Un)Wise is a great book that begins to connect the story with the other books and gives us much more information about the overall story of the Judgement and the girls involved.

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  • (Un)wise

    Read it in one day!!! No stopping and leaving me wanting more!

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  • Another great read in this series.

    Loved this story, its as good as the other books and I look forward to reading more of them. I like that the women are not weak like they are represented in so many other novels.

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  • Warning: commercial breaks (dreams)

    I honestly don’t really know what I feel about this book. For the most part I liked it, but at the same time it also found ways to slightly annoy me and test my patience over and over again. One thing is for sure though, Unwise definitely was better than the previous Misfortune and left an impression on me, whether good or bad. I dare say that this book was the opposite of the previous book. Sure, both lead characters were running for their lives and under constant fear of getting caught. That’s where the similarities ended though and that’s really a good thing. Because where Misfortune was slow and stood still in one place, Unwise’s storyline was constantly on the move, filled with action, twists and drama. It simply had that deeper plot and characterization that I didn’t get from Misfortune and I am really glad that it took it to the next level. The constant duress, fear and running brought out Bethi’s and Luke’s personalities and not only helped form a relationship better, but also made the development thrilling with the mistrust, sparkling attraction, tenseness, arguments and of course the sweeter moments. Although I at some points would have liked the characters to react a bit deeper to what the other did, the relationship was pretty well executed and just what I enjoy in a good romance. One thing tough that didn’t fully make sense to me was Luke’s stubborn morality to wait until she turned eighteen. Sure, it would have made sense if she was like fourteen or fifteen, but three months away from turning eighteen?That’s just ridiculous, especially considering how beneficial and necessary it was for Bethi. He never once explained why he wanted to wait which made it even more frustrating when he let her suffer from all the death dreams just for his own illogical morals. And speaking of the dreams, they were not only absolute nightmares for her, but for me as the reader too with the sheer volume and repetitiveness of them. It was her gift/burden, I get it. But why did it have to be the readers as well? Don’t get me wrong, the dreams gave a lot of context clues and important information to the past and the plot, as well as the other characters. My problem however was how overdone it was with a dream in every chapter ... no, actually around three dreams in every chapter. It was way way too much and took a lot of joy out of the story for me with dreams constantly interrupting the plot. Some dreams I was okay with, like maybe three or four showing her different deaths, maybe two with the Taupe lady and then the ones with the other girls. The rest could have been skipped or just mentioned in passing so that the story could have flowed naturally. As it was the dreams were like commercials on TV interrupting regular scheduled programming every five minutes. No one likes commercials. Minus the dreams I am happy with the story. I mean, sometimes Bethi got on my nerves being a bit too rude and ungrateful, and it felt off that grown up leaders out of nowhere took orders from a teenage girl they just met, no questions asked. Even stranger and unrealistic was Luke and Bethi winning fights against an enemy outnumbering them and being genetically way superior to Bethi. And finally, Luke could have had some backstory to him. All in all however these were all minor issues for me and did not take that much away from the story excitement-wise. Overall, it worked out very well and I especially liked to see the previous main characters get involved in the plot. It built up to a very impactful and thrilling ending, making me anticipate the next book in the series with high expectations. This book lands on four stars.

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