Annie is still on the run from the covenant. In case they find her, she can’t contact her family. She and her friends end up in a tiny town in Maine. Trouble finds her even in such a small place. She meets a strange local boy with interesting theories. The crossroads call in her debt. Liam Cunningham finds her.
I found this book to be vastly more interesting than the last one. Everything learned about the crossroads was fascinating although it by no means gave away all of its secrets. At first I was disappointed certain things weren’t revealed. OTOH it means that there is a good reason to continue with the series.
Even though several men were around, there wasn’t even a hint of a love triangle for which I am incredibly grateful. I really like Annie and Sam together although if I think too hard about the fact that his natural form is as an animal especially in regards to certain situations it squicks me out. There is something I really like about Liam Cunningham. He’s a dick, but some of that is a front he presents. If he was as ruthless and cut throat as he makes himself out to be, then he would have screwed Annie over long before now. He is a covenant boy I’d love to see Annie bring to the dark side. Also I think he and Annie would challenge each other more in a relationship than Sam does.
Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for giving me this in exchange for an honest review!