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    Even Better than the First!

    Jennifer L. Armentrout is the queen of YA fiction because of how she creates this amazing series! Layla's character is getting more interesting by the pages. Full of romance, action and intrigue this series is a favorite!
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    So Very Good!

    This one is my least favorite of the series, but it is still really, really good! So much happens in this book and that keeps you from putting it down. I feel for all 3 of the main characters and everything they have to go through in this book, especially Layla. This books is nowhere near sunshine and rainbows for her. She has a lot of things happen to her and around her and she is so strong to deal with it all. Even though I love Roth, it's really hard to not like Zayne and wish things were different. Zayne is such a sweet and caring guy that you can't wish him any ill will. This book is filled with twists and turns that constantly keep you wondering what is going to happen next.
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    Too Long-Winded

    This novel was TOO long-winded and was not worth 15 hours of my time. The basic concept is interesting but the way this was written doesn't do the story justice. The only way I finished this novel was by speeding up the audio book because things weren't moving and I was too far into the novel to justify not finishing it. Layla makes SO many bad decisions and it always goes bad but she has yet to learn any lessons from the things she goes through. She's too naive and predictable. It's only gotten worse in this novel. All the rash and dumb decisions she makes has reached its quota for me. She's become more and more unlikable with every chapter. This may or may not be an unpopular opinion with this trilogy, but how in the world is this love triangle even worth it at this point? Both "teams" are so bad in different ways and for different reasons. All the lying, making things up and secrets piling up only serve to make everything more dramatic and long-winded. Zayn seems to have a death wish in the form of trusting someone that can't even control her abilities (and those abilities can actually get him killed). Roth with all his lies and his noble justifications can't make everything that happened as a consequence to that all go away just by saying sorry. The demons the author includes in this series (which was emphasized with the dance club scene with Roth) makes it seem like the demon world is a whole other complex universe, but it doesn't come across in the story. The wardens, especially, have an archaic system and think of themselves as "saviors" of some kind. Truthfully, they just keep getting worse and worse as a group. The other demons aren't even explored. They're just declared monsters to be killed or creatures to be run off. The story would have been more interesting had there been more of a focus on them instead of all the drama and "danger" surrounding Layla. What the heck was that ending? I saw that coming from miles away (just like the twists in the first book). I'm starting to think that maybe it's what the author was going for. There weren't enough "twists" to this story to make this novel keep my attention. My Consensus: This story only happened because everyone lied to someone about some important thing at one point in time. I wish it went deeper than that because the world the author created could have made for a really good story. A Note: I'd like to mention how glad I was to see that the girl on girl hate has lessened (compared to the first novel), but the slut-shaming is at an all-time high (especially in the beginning). The Audio Book: This narrator isn't for me. There was barely any distinction between male and female voices this time around. There was also a few parts where I couldn't tell what was story narration and what was a character speaking.
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    Amazing!

    It feels so good to read the next installment and continue leaving in a world that Jennifer created, and fall in love with it and its characters all over again. Stone Cold Touch continues the series with Layla adjusting to her usual life again without the demon Roth, or at least this is what she thought. Until the Prince raises from Hell, and she discovers not everything is what it seems. Pretty soon she and the Wardens discover the truth that Roth came back because a Lilin has been born, a powerful demon that can turn humans into wraiths, and it seems to be Layla's fault, because she is the one that broke the spell. But what exactly broke it? Zayne finally got a shot at wooing Layla, but Roth keeps getting the way. Even if Roth told Layla that she was only a game to him, an occupation to escape his boredom, she can’t stop thinking about him. Layla tries to keep her head and heart focused on Zayne, to give them a change and try it. But is that possible? Can she and Zayne be together without risking his soul? I thought that this was a wonderful middle book to a trilogy. It brought on all of the feels and the angst. It didn’t really enjoy the going back and forth between Zayne and Roth, but Layla had a difficult road in the story. I’m just glad I have the finale volume, because I don’t know what I will do without it at this point. This book was again amazing! I gave it 5 starts without any doubt!
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    Stone Cold Touch

    Another amazing book from Armentrout. I couldn't put this book down. At all. It was purely addictive and I experienced every single emotion while reading. I cannot wait for the next book in this sinful series and can't wait to sink my teeth into more Roth!!
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