Jasper might be gone for good, but Siobhan can’t escape the memory of him.
Or, rather, Psyche’s memories of him—memories of a kinder, gentler man, not the one who lied and manipulated her. She should have tried harder to reach him—to save Jasper from the darkness consuming him. Guilt—maybe that’s the reason why she still sees his face everywhere she turns. That, or she’s going crazy.
And Siobhan really doesn’t have time to lose her mind. Her best friend is in love with their enemy and is addicted to an alien drug. The Alpha Rhos blame her sorority for their sister’s death and take their quest for vengeance too far. Desperate, the Gamma Lambda Phis call on the help of the most deceitful Olympian of all, making her a promise they’re not even sure they can keep.
Once again, Siobhan finds herself not knowing who she can turn to or who she can trust. She comes to realize that her greatest enemy is the darkness within herself.
(Blurb from author S.L. Stacy’s page)
This is the second book in the Reborn Series. You can see my review for book 1 here.
First off, I want to give a big thank you to Ms. Stacy for putting the pronunciation of Siobhan, the main character, right at the front of the book. Seriously; I didn’t know how to pronounce it throughout the first book and was making up ways to say her name in my head. I really did appreciate that it was added to the front of the book to refresh my memory for Relapse. 🙂
Alright, so the story continues from where it left on from book one, then all of a sudden, halfway into the book, BAM, another point of view. Siobhan’s friend and housemate, Carly. At first I thought, noooooooo, it’s already so good. Why the sudden change? Then I read, and oh Mylanta. Honestly, I like Carly’s point of view better. Forget about Siobhan. Just kidding. Kind of.
The writing style that Stacy had with Carly’s point of view reminded me of Karen Marie Moning. This is a HUGE compliment.
If you’re looking for a fresh new series like nothing you’ve ever read before, try this one. I can’t wait to see what comes next.
My Rating: 4 1/2 stars
Favorite Quote from Book:
Take us to the in-between,
Where earth meets sky, and wake meets dream.
And time rushes by, unseen.
Take us to the infinite night,
Where up is down, and left is right,
And dark vanquishes light…
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***I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review.***