Author: Cecy Robson
Series: Book Six in the Weird Girls Series
Published By: Loveswept (January 12, 2016)
Source: ARC Copy Provided by the Publisher (in exchange for an honest review)
Genre: Urban Fantasy
My Rating: 5 Stars!
Cursed by a spell meant to destroy them, Taran Wird and her sisters instead developed unique magical talents. With the power of fire and lightning literally at her fingertips, Taran doesn’t fear much. Demons, vamps, whatever—bring ’em on! Only one thing terrifies her: commitment.
Taran is crazy about her boyfriend, Gemini, a sexy were with the incredible ability to split into two separate wolves. But after watching her sister go through heartbreak with the pack’s Alpha, Taran knows not to count on happily ever after—despite Gemini’s desire to claim her as his mate. Reluctantly, she agrees to meet his very traditional and conservative parents. Taran’s a badass with a mouth to match, and Gemini loves her for it. She’s just not positive these attributes will please Mom and Dad.
Unsurprisingly, every attempt by Taran to bond with Gemini’s folks proves disastrous. But in the end, Taran finds that winning them over means unleashing her powers . . . and proving that this foul-mouthed fire-starter is a force to be reckoned with.
The Weird Girls is by far, hands down, one of my most favorite UF series out there and when I found out the series would be continuing, through the voices of the other sisters this time, I was truly jumping for joy.
Taran has always been one of my favorites. She is feisty, foul mouthed, bad tempered and kick butt. But she is also kind, loving, and completely devoted to those she loves, she really is the ultimate heroine and having the first book be her's, was a real treat and I couldn't wait to dive in.
This was everything, everything I was hoping it would be. Cecy once again astounds in her ability to make me love and make me feel with the stroke of her pen.
I love this series and getting this glimpse into our most rough and tough Wird sister was so much fun and so heart breaking at the same time. Her inner struggles and fears truly broke my heart but also helped clarify some of her actions in the other books. I totally got her, felt for her, and loved her.
And even though this is labeled as book six in the series I think this can actually be read before book five or during it.
*All thoughts and opinions are my own and were not influenced by the author or publisher. I was not compensated for this review.*