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    "You and me, we’re special. Meaningful. And I know it’s frightening. And hard. But the most rewarding things in life are. They’re scary. And strange. Not easy. But that’s how you know it’s the good stuff.” Thank you, NetGalley and City Owl Press for providing me with an eARC. This is my honest review. First, let me start by saying I loved Ms. Turner’s first book. I loved everything about it, from the characters, to her writing, to the story itself. I was so happy to get the ARC for this one because... vampire rock star + clairsentient woman + love story? Sign me up, every time. What really worked for me was Jonnie’s character. It may have taken him a while to embrace his vampire self, but it doesn’t take him that long to get in touch with his feelings for Eve. He’s so loving, kind, and so open it’s refreshing. It’s not a coincidence that all my quotes here come from him. I think he really is a wonderful character. When it comes to Eve, I just couldn’t fully connect. I understand what she’s been through, I get her doubts and her insecurities, but it just didn’t work for me. Even the compassion she’s supposed to show didn’t feel real to me. It may be an unpopular opinion, I know. They had chemistry together, a lot of it. They're steamy, with what I suppose would be considered a kinky element, but I don’t see it as such, I see it as deep trust instead. I just couldn’t feel the love, especially when it came to her feelings for him. Their love story felt rushed to me, and kind of lost its strength among everything else. I found the first 20% or so of the book to be too descriptive, with nothing much going on, and I think more time could have been spent on their relationship. Bottom line, I needed more romance. I did enjoy the science/magic part of the book, and I thought it was original. I love that we got to see Brian and Helen from the first book again, and how this book ties in to the first one, even if it is a standalone. ”They were two pieces, he and she, that never fit. But she did fit. She fit with him, in their own bizarre puzzle. The two of them together sculpted a new whole out of broken, damaged, and cast off parts.” I enjoyed their HEA. She feels toxic and inadequate, he searches for validation. They’re both broken and lonely, even if not alone. They both needed someone to open up to, and to trust, so I’m happy they fit together in the end. I’ll be looking forward to more books from Ms. Turner.

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