For the third book in the series it's not too bad. Very suspenseful especially as it comes to a close. Hopefully the third book can live up to the rest of them!
Abit down from the 2nd book in my opinion but still an Alright read. Looking forward to the next book. Hopefully I'll mix better with that.
The Blue Bloods series never dissapoints! While I don't like all of the fashion stuff that goes on, de la Cruz makes up for that by having incredible page turning plots.
In this book the action is taken to Rio where the Silver Bloods make themselves known once and for all. Schuyler also has to deal with her conflicting feelings for Jack and Oliver
This book is ridic :O
Another great book in the series!
I love this series!
totally as good as the 2 books in the series! Can't wait to read The Van Alen Legacy!:)
it is not cald revelation for nothing. i didn't supercted Bliss to be a blue blood at all, she was too innocent.
OH. MY. GOD. Jack and Schuyler FOREVER!! ♥
Warnings: some SPOILERS for things discovered in the previous book.
Adequate, but not thrilling. Most of the book is spent rehashing the same things in a slightly different ways, draining all the subtly from the last book, and lending no forward momentum to this one. Still better than the first, but downhill from the second. And at some points any finesse the writer might have accrued, disappears completely, laying out the whole direction of the plot and all the hidden surprises bare. (Bliss thinks she might be Allerera’s daughter. Only the blood of an arch angel could have opened the lock. Bliss has a band aid on her thumb that she mentions in the paragraph that follows the one about the lock, a wound that she found one morning, and thinks maybe she got a splinter in her sleep?) The character traits that were a little disquieting in the last one became full out cruel. Jack cavorting with Sky when his sister is planning a huge bonding party, and Sky keeping Oliver on a short leash of more than friendship, even though she has no such interest in him. One good thing for this book is when it picks up in the second half it still has the myriad of complicated subplots that made the second one interesting.
" Love. It's so close to hate, it's almost indistinguishable." - Mimi
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