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HUGE PLOT HOLES but I overlooked them and had a great time
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2019
Loved the first book in this series although it is definitely meant for teens and young adults, but have to say that there are some IMMENSE HOLES in the plot line that I felt could have easily been dealt with in a more “believable” (hey, it’s a book about magic and elves, so you have to suspend some sense of reality I know) manner. Chief of these plot holes is that a teenager with no capital, no investors, no employees except her grandmother (really??) can start a successful beverage company (can anyone say FDA approval?) in less than FOUR MONTHS. I know this is probably a stupid thing to get hung up on so I’ll point to the plot line where radio and TV waves can carry mind altering effects. Should I go on? BUT IF YOU JUST GO WITH IT, this book was really enjoyable. In that you get to appreciate Nox on a whole different level and actually begin to cheer for him vs hero, Lad who I previously thought was untouchable. Their love triangle with Ryann was exciting, sexy, angst-y, and kept me guessing what was going to happen next. I immediate bought book three. And book four. And book five. I’ll let you know what I think as I proceed through them all if you are interested!