True Love's First Kill
Daniel looked up at me. His dark eyes searched my face. There was something different about those too-familiar eyes. Maybe it was the way the orange light from the streetlamp illuminated his pupils. Maybe it was the way he stared without blinking. His eyes made him look...hungry.
This review isn't going to be of the long sort because I don't have much to say about this book other than I didn't like it...
It felt like a very bad copy of 'Twilight' with werewolves instead of vampires. I thought the whole story was so unoriginal.
I didn't like the characters either. Grace seemed desperate and needy with all of her urges to help everyone and be a hero, while Daniel was the complete opposite.
Daniel's character didn't sit very well with me. At the beginning of the book I found him to be moody and all 'angst-ridden' but then towards the middle he just turned the tables completely into a love-struck teenager that thinks nobody loves him because he's a 'monster'. There was no in-between development; he kind of contradicts himself. To put it simply Daniel needs to get a life....
What I did like about this book though was lead-up to all of the events. The story had a nice flow to it which did keep me reading till the end.
All in all, I was immensely disappointed with this read and wouldn't really recommend it. It's just not for some readers I guess.
My Rating: 4/10
Author: Bree Despain