Angel is impulsive. Disguising her savant ability to control water doesn’t come easily to her. Then she meets the broodingly handsome Marcus at a music festival where they’re both performing, and finds herself all at sea. For when he sings, her soul answers with its own music. Like the tide,their mutual attraction cannot be held back, but Marcus’s mistrust of Angel’s gift is even stronger. How can they ever be together if Marcus is unable to accept who Angel is or what they could mean to each other? And with the net closing in on the Savant community it’s time for everyone to choose aside.
Page Count: 304
My Rating: 4/5
I love the world that Joss Stirling has created! This book is a woderful addition to the previous four books in the series. My last review mentioned how page turning and addictiong it was, only to be out done by the following book! The book had multiple twists and turns, major plot twists, and a romance that was rocky instead of plain sailing, making you keep wishing to see whether it will have a happy ending or not. The summer theme of this book was wounderful, giving the book a vibrant and mystical sheen.
The book seemed more strung out than the previous, in the sence that there was so much going on. The book started in full motion, but really kicked into acceleration after about thirty five pages. Like every Joss Stirling book, I found myself wound up in this book so tightly that I started amd finished it in one after noon! It was just that good. The ending was fabulous, totally unexpected- for me- and utterly brilliant.
As I said before, the romance aspect to this book was rocky, playing a large role in the book. More about trust, than romance, the book was more realistic than the other books but kept me on my toes, constantly wondering about how it would all turn out. The ending in the romance department could be seen as a tad cliché, and unrealistic, thoigh it still made my hear beat a little quicker!
There are so many books out there that have such an amount of characters you can’t keep up, but I’m pleased to say: this book is not one of them! Each character was different, all shoing a range of emotions and from Angels perspective it made the book witty, awkward(in a good way) and fun to read because of her strange and lovable personality.
It seems that as I read these books by Joss Stirling, the get better and better, not letting me down! I cannot wait until the sixth book is released in november!
If you’ve read any Joss Stirling books, do comment what you thought of them!