I really enjoyed the first Weather Warden book, Ill Wind, and so perhaps had too high expectations from its successor. Unfortunately the protagonist, Joanne Baldwin, in contrast to the heroine in the last paranormal fiction series book I read doesn't seem more layered now that I know her a little better. I'll still read the next book in the series, but I'm not in a big hurry. It may be that reading these two books back to back put me off.
Tagged with paranormal fiction
I liked this second installment to Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series more than the first, which is kind of unusual for me, but I don't think for this type of series. I think a lot of them get stronger as the basics are laid out and the characters have time to develop. Like the first, this novel is narrated by werewolf Elena Michaels, the only female of her kind in existence.
Teen girl angst, wanting
the boy, the in crowd, not her
destined werewolf king.
btw Don't read the book because you liked the movie, or vice-versa. They are nothing alike, having in common only character names.
This is the first book in a trilogy about Joanne Baldwin, who has the power to control the weather. It's a completely absorbing book with a lusty heroine and an ending that genuinely surprised me. She's a little too into cars for my taste, but most people are.