I wasn't supposed to read this yet this year. Due to other challenges I was supposed to wait. But, it's been a tough month. I moved house and work's been crazy and only one thing could help relieve my stress - BONES.
What is is about that devilishly handsome, rude, completely obessessed Englishman that gets me?
Damned if I know.
I have to be honest though this book wasn't as good as the first two, I was a little bit confused by the story (during the course of which 2 of Cat's team become vampires). But I must admit I was moved by Cat's reaction to Bones's "death". Especially when she stood on the ledge and contemplated her dual nature - whether she would be human - or vampire.
This book saw the introduction Vlad (don't call me Dracula) Tepesh, a "show hound" that Bones has no time for. Why is it all the guys seem to fall for Cat - Bones, Tate, Vlad. Things could go very badly wrong with Tate - his hatred of Bones just grows.
Oh well, my stress levels have definately decreased, just thinking of Bones makes me smile.