Rating: 3 stars
Series: The Lost Clan #1
When Cat’s mom died unexpectedly, she went home for the funeral. She didn’t believe her mother’s death was as simple and innocent as it seemed. It didn’t take long for some bizarre things to start happening. She began to learn there may have been more truth to her mother’s supernatural beliefs than she ever could have imagined.
The story unraveled too quickly. Anytime something strange happened it was explained shortly after. It took away some suspense. I wasn’t compelled to keep reading to figure out what was going on. The only thing I was unsure of was who Cat could trust. She had two people telling her different things about the supernatural world, so it was important to trust the right person.
Cat was extremely cynical especially about anything supernatural. I liked her, but there was a hardness to her. She wasn’t rude but wasn’t warm and friendly either. It’s possible there could be a love triangle. Cruz who was new in town was interested in her, and so was her long time friend Blake. It may not evolve into a love triangle since Blake’s feelings weren’t reciprocated, but things could change at any time.
This was a short book. It did end on a cliffhanger. The worst part about the ending was how abrupt it was. It felt like it ended halfway through the book. Plenty was left unexplained, but too much was explained in this to make me anxious to read the next one.
I received this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.