This is the first time that I’ve read a book in an adult male’s perspective in a really long time. I found it really refreshing to read some paranormal romance from a guy’s perspective and as a whole I would rate this book a 3.5/5 stars. I liked the main character, Caleb Armstrong, and the love interest, Charity Sandcastle (even though I think her name is ridiculous).
Though I felt that at times it was going too fast or that time was going too fast, I did enjoy how it seemed to be cinematic when the points of view changed. As one character left a scene the point of view would change to another character. The most fantastic point of view was of course from Solomon the dog and I do believe that everyone should have a dog point of view from now on. The main villain, Colonel Samuel Alexander Harrington, was an awful man and, to quote the book, “a textbook sociopath and pathological liar.”
There’s surprises here and there that I did not expect and so many questions that didn’t make sense to me in concern to the surprises. I won’t give those away but I’m sure you’ll have the same questions once you read it because I totally recommend it if you’re in the mood for a little ‘I hear dead people’ in your life. This book was provided by RL Seago for The Book Cove for an honest review.