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Bitter Sweet Love (2013)

by Jennifer L. Armentrout(Favorite Author)
4.15 of 5 Votes: 3
Harlequin Teen
review 1: This novella drew me in and although novella's always seem to be too short, this book sets you up nicely for the series. I am fascinated by Gargoyle stories and I am a huge fan of Jennifer's other series so I had to give this one a try and was so glad I did. Plenty of background information to make you feel invested in the characters and just enough angst and drama which left me wanting to know more.
review 2: I think this story is set up as a way of explaining a lot of Warden-type traditions and rules within their mating and romance areas before the main show begins. Or at least that’s how it felt to me. However, the emotions behind each of the main characters here, plus Jasmine’s sister, seemed very real and potent to the reader. It definitely wasn’t a
... morefiller read. The world Jennifer L. Armentrout is creating this time is as in-depth as her Lux and Covenant universes and I can’t wait to see where it goes. The prequel didn’t impress me that much though, but I do like Dez and Jasmine well enough. Maybe it was because I knew it was only a prequel to the actual real protagonists of the series which put me off. I read this one first, so maybe it should be read in another order. So my rating is 3.5 stars. Sorry JLArmentrout! less
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waiting the whole book for Layla and Zayne.. and a sweet musky smell :D best part!
I love you Jennifer...¿Por que tienes que escribir libros tan buenos?
A dir poco bellissimo. Jennifer L. Armentrout io ti amo!!!
A prequel? Sure, why not?
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