I will be making vague statements as to not spoil the story Reckoning The Blueprint (English Edition) picks up right where Revenge ends and is told in dualoint of view Just when their relationship was finally showing signs of trust they get tossed into the Void by Riley s half brother The Great Extinction has been rophesized as well as Juliet saving both races Ide taking over though has changed her destiny The action that
Must Be Taken Is Something She Cannot Will Not Do be taken is something she cannot will not do Revenge both Riley and Juliet were strong characters They were decision makers individuals to look up to In Reckoning I couldn t help but wonder what happen to them Did love really make them this weak Maybe it was that even though the story is told in dual oints of view we were seeing it in real time Or maybe it was that their relationship had hit the honeymoon stage where all they have time for is each other Regardless for about half of the book they both got on my nerves Half of the angst could have been avoided if only they had talked to each other Granted Juliet really couldn t tell Riley about her destiny He still could have avoided a lot of he had told her his tell Riley about her destiny He still could have avoided a lot of he had told her his their dialogues were always about how much they love the other The Master Masons of Chartres person Which would have been nice ifeppered throughout the book instead of being the main VARSITY ABDL (Age Play, Forced Regression, Enema, Domestic Discipline, Spanking Romance) portion of the book Umm a war is going on Speaking of the war Ide is one sick dude We already knew he was messed up but seriously after Riley witness theower of the Night of Grief we had no clue Then again the humans were just as sick What they were willing to do to win the war was heartbreaking Juliet is strong on the outside She gives off the Road House - The Novel perception of being calm cool and collective Internally throughout much of the book she is beating herself up Riley oh how I adored you and then wanted tounch you I mean you ask her to trus. The Great Extinction the Gnosis prophesied war between the humans and the Supernaturals has begunBorn a Supernatural Juliet Sawyer has the ability to save the world from disaster But after barely escaping the undergroundower sucking rison known as the Void she finds herself on the brink of death and in the middle of a vengeful war To survive she’ll have to make T you to listen to you The reverse though is not given Reckoning was an enjoyable book in the end all of your uestions are answered Normally this would have been enough Revenge was a great book a hard one
To Follow Now I Am Feeling Off Kinda Like follow Now I am kinda off Kinda like you go on a date and you want a steak but you get salad instead I loved this book I ve read other books by Sonya Weiss and like her style Her cutesy humor filled romances brighten my day and are in vivid contrast to her edgier The First Last Boy In Reckoning the chemistry between Juliet and Riley along with the intense scenes drew me in I enjoyed the ride and stayed till the end Reckoning begins where the first book in the trilogy Revenge left off However there was enough back story woven in to enable it to be read as a standalone Reckoning starts with Riley Stone and Juliet s time in the void and ends just after the ensuing war between species The stakes are clear from the beginning and are raised than once for both the hero and heroine For Juliet the curse of the untold s keeps her from sharing the truth Her destiny is to save humanity her goal to do so without killing Riley while rescuing her little sister from certain death Of course all things conspire to derail her The Wingman Chronicles plansFor Riley Saving hiseople stopping the night of grief rooting out the chaos and evil attempting to ascend to the throne well it s enough to give a would be king a royal headache When he hears rumors of betrayal by Juliet he knows it may come down to his love or his life The HEA is expected but because of the suspenseful nature of the writing not guaranteed I held my breath until the very last moment With the mention of the eight left behind I m curious to read the next installment of this series It is with a heavy heart I am throwing Reckoning into my DNF Flood Legends pile As I received thi. Deal with her human captors But the stakes are raised when she learns the government is holding her sister hostage To rescue her Juliet must become a weapon for humanity fighting against her own kind including Riley West the boy she fell deeply in love with and by whom she was abandonedForced to desert Juliet Riley is on a mission to capture the human’sres. S book for review before a cover was The Best Of Saint Louis published I really was relying solely on the blurb to sell me this book And sold I was The Great Extinctionrophesied war Supernaturals Yes There Were Uite Yes there were uite few elements that lured me in I really expected to settle in to a epic readUnfortunately what I did not know nor was it listed anywhere that this is art of
a series Sometimes jumping into a series can work out fine In this case no I m going to take series Sometimes jumping into a series can work out fine In this case no I m going to take wild guess and assume Reckoning actually starts where the revious book ended off at because the story immediately began with Juliet Riley and Stone being in the Void I don t know how they got there what it is or why they were ut there Better yet who Juliet Riley and Stone are There s very little back story to tell me what is going on Things do not get any less confusing from there I checked out the author s age to find out indeed this is a series I ushed through all my lack of knowledge of the whowhatwhys and made it to about 60% If I managed to just focus on what was currently going on it was good but with no understanding of humans
Supernaturals and everything else I m just spinning my wheels in a world of lost confusionIs my fault I m not finishing the book Possibly I think if I had known this was a series I could have been a bit repared maybe read the blurb to the マジック・ツリーハウス〈1〉恐竜の谷の大冒険 previous book or at least had chosen whether or not to jump in with both feet blindly At thisoint I have no desire to go back and start from the beginning I highly recommend to anyone who Bear Creek Road plans to read this book to make sure to start with therevious title Revenge Without it you may be as lost as I was I received this book from the JeepDiva for the express urposes of an honest review The opinions and rating of this review are solely mineI am giving this book a neutral rating of 3 star. Ident and bring her to the Supernatural’s king But if he fails there will be no stopping the Night of Grief which will unleash horrors capable of destroying humans and Supernaturals alike With battle lines drawn amid a flurry of secrets and betrayals can Juliet and Riley rescue their love as well as all life on Earth Or will someone get caught in the crossfir. .
Guards Supernaturals and everything else I m just spinning my wheels in a world of lost confusionIs
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