Thursday, December 15, 2011

Lost in Time Review

342 pages
After their beautiful yet brief bonding ceremony in Italy, Schuyler Van Alen and Jack Force are forced to separate. To fulfill the Van Alen Legacy, Schuyler travels to Alexandria to search for Catherine of Siena and the Gate of Promise. But Schuyler quickly discovers that everything she believed about the Gate to be wrong. Meanwhile, Jack makes the difficult decision to return to New York to face his twin and former bondmate, Mimi. But instead of a bitter reunion, he is faced with a choice for which there is no good option. Mimi, with a most unexpected travel companion in Oliver Hazard-Perry, jets off to Egypt, too, to search for Kingsley Martin, her long lost love. With all roads leading to Hell, Mimi learns that not all love stories have happy endings. But she'll have to put her own feelings aside if she's going to save her crumbling Coven. Packed with heartache, twists, and vampiric folklore, Lost in Time is sure to satisfy hungry fans' cravings for more Blue Bloods adventure.

What can I say about this novel? When this series first started I loved it. It was fresh, new and exciting. By the time this book rolled around the series has gotten drawn out and boring. There is so much random things going on that the book just doesn't seem that interesting anymore. Schuyler was such a great character in the first book but it seems she's lost that spark that connected me to her as a character. I feel like most of the questions brought up in the book weren't answered at all. The only parts I really liked were when the focus was on Mimi and Oliver. Their adventure to find Kingsley was interesting and fun. Basically for this series I can only hope the next book picks things back up or just comes to an end..


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