Jeremy started with gusto and created a fantasy medieval world of gods, battling for control. The prologue got me hooked; the first few chapters fairly flew by as the Twins, Garret and Seth, set out on their life of adventure.
Then the whole thing came to a crunching halt, when Sara arrived, the middle section of the book being more slushy romance than fantasy, made worse, by the 20th century slang, ‘Do I look cute.’ Then the hair removal cream and thongs were introduced. I almost gave up, but I’m glad I didn’t as in the end the book perked up to a level that I would like to read the second book in the series. Why? Because the slushy romance is over, they are together, let the fantasy fiction begin.
Would I recommend this book? No, if it had some series editing and cutting back it could be good, Jeremy can write well and delivers.
But fantasy books shouldn’t read like mills and Boon.
Jeremy Poole www.jeremypoole.net