Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Title: Kindred
Series: The Darkwoods Trilogy, #2
Author: J.A. Redmerski
Rating: 4 Shooting Stars

Isaac Mayfair is hiding a dark secret. And just when Adria Dawson thinks the worst of her life among the werewolf world is over, she learns the secret that can rip her and Isaac’s love apart. Adria must come to terms with what the truth means for her. What it means for her life and how much time she has left to live it. She must choose between two different fates, neither of which can offer life as a certainty.

As if Isaac’s betrayal isn’t enough, Adria learns that there are things out there older and more powerful than werewolves could ever be. An archaic entity known only to few as the Praverian, unlike anything Adria has ever known or heard of.

As Adria struggles with her own fateful dilemmas, she must also try to find out why the Praverian is so interested in her and do everything in her power to stay out of its way.

During the second book in the series, Isaac, and Adria both are hiding secrets from each other. And Adria feels like she is losing her mind. She's so afraid of what's going to happen and what Isaac will think when he learns of the secrets she's keeping. 

But Adria never expected to learn Isaac was hiding something from her as well. She feels betrayed by him when she learns of it. Which to me was really dumb, because she's just as guilty as he is when it comes to hiding things, so that really bothered me. 

The best part of the book was towards the ending, you get to know what happens in Isaac's point of view, and I actually like him a lot more now that I was able to read about things in his point of view. 

This book has a lot more action, and drama, and things are just going to get worse for Adria and Isaac but at least they have each other. I can not wait to read the last book in this series. I do recommend this book, I really enjoyed it. 

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