Monday, 9 December 2013

Review: The Vessel (White Aura #2) - Felicia Tatum

The Vessel by Felicia Tatum

Reviewer: Justine
Rating: 4 Fairies

The vessel left me so torn on what to rate it. I had trouble connecting with this instalment I took me a while to figure out why. Felicia pick the story up exactly where it left off, with no revisit of details of book 1, The White Aura; she jumped right into the action. Which is not a bad thing at all but it leaves you a little lost and disconnected when you haven't read the first book in so long. I really believe if I had read them back to back I would've felt more connected with the characters.

After about halfway through Miss Tatum found her way back into my heart, only to hit me with a major Justine No-No! Our naughty Felicia gave me one hell of a cliffhangover!
In book one she put a perfect period to the story leaving salivating for more. This time story just stopped!! Not ended, Stopped. I felt no conclusion at all!!!

I guess is a simple solution to all this, be sure to reread The White Aura and have Devlin's Descendant ready for reading, IMMEDIATELY!

The Vessel (White Aura #2)
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4.42 of 5 stars 4.42  ·  rating details  ·  84 ratings  ·  41 reviews
Scott and Olivia survived the dreaded dance, only to be faced with the aftermath of their meeting. Now, they are on the hunt for the descendant of Devlin Hart, the sorcerer who originally cast the curse on the Tabors family, while making the best of every moment they have together. With everything that's happening, will their love be able to make it?

Olivia’s happiness with Scott is cut short. When unexpected events thrust her in an interesting situation, she must make the best of what she has, while trying to save herself. She loves Scott, but can’t shake the uneasiness of what’s happening. When her parents are taken, her brother comes back to town, and mysterious men start following her, Olivia must reach deep inside to find her true self.

Scott is on the mission to break the curse on his beloved family, but will he also have to fight for Olivia's heart? When an interesting situation is thrown into their relationship, he must fight his jealousy and continue to woo the woman he loves. With the stress of the descendant and The Crimson Calamitous, will Scott be able to show Olivia just how much he cares for her before he loses her forever?

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