It was unpredictable, it was smart, and the love interest equaled a hot joker. The Coldest Girl in Coldtown didn’t disappoint.
Do you have a life? Does it need immediate attention? If you do, then don’t read this book. Put it down and pick it up later, because this book won’t be leaving your hands until it’s done. The pacing is wonderful and the plot is unpredictable. Not to mention the fact that this is the first vampire book in a long time that doesn’t feel like it’s been tarred and feathered by every other teen vampire novel that came before it.
Yes, it does have some pitfalls. Tana does a lot of stupid crap that is almost guaranteed to get her killed, but at least she admits that she is doing stupid crap. And yes, her romance is insta-love but it’s not the obsessive, – HE IS MY ONE AND ONLY, all this time the earth actually revolved around HIM, we will forever be referred to as TAVRIEL- kind of insta-love. It’s less obvious.
It knew how to use blurred lines. Characters weren’t pidgeon-holed evil or good. Characters like Aiden -that rat bastard- who makes you hate him so much, even though he is “on Tana’s side”.
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