MacRieve by Kresley Cole
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
At this point, if you've been reading the previous books in this series, nothing should be a major surprise. There's a formula and most of it lately has been centered around aftermath from the Order's prison facility.
This book is about Will (I won't try for his actual name) and Chloe. Will is a tortured soul who made some bad decisions when he was young and it has messed him up. As an immortal, he has forever to brood and become even worse. His twin has tried to keep him right, but after he was kidnapped by the Order and tortured in prison, all his old wounds are fresh again. Chloe is a soccer player who suddenly has been developing heightened senses. Her dad is - gasp - the evil leader of the order facility! She didn't know that until after he went MIA and she was subsequently kidnapped by witches, though.
They are fated. I don't think that's a spoiler, because that is just the start of this. She's obviously changing from vanilla human into something else and also has to accept that her dad is the big bad. Will and Chloe have some issues - him being the key one - but it was nice seeing someone stand up to the overbearing males in this world. Other than Chloe's awesomeness, this was pretty much an average book in the series. Good, but nothing amazing or mind blowing.
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