After the fairy attack at the apartment, the twins are sent to a slayer school where they will be "safe." Right, like Rayne, a VAMPIRE could be safe in a school where they train kids to KILL vampires. Rayne will be in soooo much trouble if someone finds out she's, you know, a vamp.
Anyway, now its Rayne's turn to be falling for a guy who's not her boyfriend. In this book, I was totally not okay with this other guy! I didn't like him! He was so irrelevant to me that I don't even remember his name (though it probably started with a C...I think)! And, I mean, she has Jareth who is just sweet and effing amazing!
Anyway (again), one thing leads to another and Rayne finds herself racing against time to rescue Sunny who is in a whole lot of Fairy trouble!
Oh, again with the fairy stuff. I just think all this new info regarding the fairies is just too much! The vamp slayers and werewolves were okay, but I really wish the fairies weren't thrown in there too! it feels a little bit overwhelming. But I guess I understand why the author threw that stuff in there...it kinda sets up the scene for the next book. But I really wish the fairies would be kept to a minimum.
In the last few books I've been more of a Jareth fan than a Magnus fan. Jareth was a bit of a jerk in this book, but I still love him :) And Magnus...well, this book reminded me why I love Magnus as well ;)
Have you read this book? If so, what did you think about it? If not, what do you think? Does it sound like something you might want to read? Leave me a comment! :)