I hadn’t really loved the half-demon characters in the series so far, but Hope turns out to be the exception. I wish I had read Chaotic before I read this one – I kind of skipped the novella by accident – so make sure you do that first if you’re going to read Personal Demon. So many things will make more sense to you than they did to me.
I really wish I had read this before I went ahead in the series and read Personal Demon.
The first time that Jaime appeared in an earlier book, I wasn’t sure how I felt about her. She was a bit ditzy, and seemed to use her supernatural powers mostly to make money. But by the time I got to this book, I’d started to sort of like her.
No Humans Involved was probably the book in the series that I found the creepiest so far.
For really the first time in a while, this book brings the werewolf pack back into the thick of things. But what I think Armstrong did really well was integrated the werewolves in with the other characters that have taken centre stage the last few books, bringing them together to sort things out as a group.
I really liked this book, because it combined my favourite things about the first one in the series with new characters and situations. I was really rather taken with the “new” Elena – the smart-mouthed, fiesty one – and was really happy to see more of her in Stolen now that she’s decided to stick with the Pack.