Katy, Katy, Katy. It wasn't enough to fall in love with an alien or destroy a vicious Arum in the middle of the woods or even get sucked into a dangerous world of extra-terrestials 101. Now she's doing things she shouldn't be able to do, and falling in love with people (Read: Daemon) that she probably shouldn't fall in love with.
Typical walk in the park.
Are there complications? You better believe it. It seems that the DOD is teaming up with an unusual ally and that not all of Katy's friends are exactly who they claim to be. In fact, one of her acquaintances just might be out to kill her.
Oh, my....Daemon Black is the snarkiest, wittiest, most infuriating male lead I've ever come across in my life. He's charming in that drive-you-crazy-but-ya-gotta-love-him kind of way. Katy's sense of humor is hilarious. Stellar, even. The chemistry between these two kind of knocks your socks off, which is interesting, because most of the time the two are arguing. But it's cute. I think I laughed out loud about 50 times during the first half of the book when Daemon kept referring to Katy's friend Blake by the wrong name... "Flake, Bob, Bilbo..." LOL
I don't know how Jennifer L. Armentrout does it, but she manages to fold hilarity in with romance, and romance in with drama, and drama in with science-fiction. And all of this is, of course, High School.
Makes sense, doesn't it?