Two weeks after joining Keystone, Raven Black is ready to take on the world as a criminal hunter for hire. If only her partner wasn’t a bloodsucking Vampire with a penchant for getting under her skin. Despite her lavish surroundings, Raven misses the freedom of life without rules. And Keystone’s next assign
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Ravenheart. Wow. Words fail me. I have been a major fan of Dark’s for years, having read all her published works, I never miss the chance to meet her brilliantly-crafted characters.
I was hesitant with this series, feeling something lacking with Keystone, when it was probably just my own hopes. But I decided to trust the woman who has brought me a new favorite novel repeatedly throughout the years, and let me tell you, RAVENHEART DELIVERS!
Ravenheart delivers more than I could have EVER hoped for
If I were to base my rating purely on the characters, world, and writing then it would be a 4. And if I were to base it on the plot it would be a 1 because it was so basic a 5-year-old could have pointed out the bad guy at 40% and wrapped the case up airtight at 60%. To me, that’s not a good, thought out or clever plot. Knowing exactly how things are going to turn out and the reasoning behind it so early on doesn’t create any suspense and made all the characters seem stupid, that was a major let
Having said that, as above, I still love all the characters and how the breeds are set up through this and in the Mageri series. I also like the sexual tension between Raven and Christian. There isn’t any romance in either of the books but it’s pretty obvious (hopefully) where it’s heading, I just wish it would go there quicker and that Christian wasn’t such a huge ho. But at least Raven isn’t hanging on his leg and endlessly daydreaming about him.
Despite the poo plot, I will be reading the next one without a doubt.