I wasn’t sure if I would like Crystal at first as she was different to Sky and Phoenix, the other two soulfinders, and I really loved them, but she grew on me and by the end of the novel I loved her as much as I loved them. She was quite stubborn at the start which added suspension and it was really interesting to know that she really didn’t like Xav as the other two were quite quick to accept their soulfinders.
I didn’t like Crystal’s sister, Diamond, very much and found her quite annoying. She didn’t really care for Crystal and was more interested in her soulfinder than her own sister: this really irritated me.
It was nice to see some new characters, and ones that weren’t Savants, as in the last book it was filled with Savants and not many normal people like me!
I really loved the plot as it carried on from the previous book a little, although you could read them separately if you wished. It was nice to be able to see the consequences of what they did in London and know that, actually, even though they’re doing the right thing some people are annoyed and want revenge. The main plot didn’t really start until the middle of the book and I liked this because you got to see the developing romance between Xav and Crystal as well as the one between Diamond and Trace.
I love the cover and am super protective over it! I may cry if it even gets a mark on it! I love the heart and the writing at the bottom. The title also stands out really well and, on the whole, is eye-catching. Why wouldn’t you want to buy this book?!
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and am praying that there is a fourth one: I can’t live without the Benedict brothers!