One thing I really liked more about this second book in the series than the first one was the improvement in typographical errors. The first book had a TON of mistakes in it, while this one had very few. However, I’d have to say in every other respect, I enjoyed the first novel better.
The plot of this book was somewhat engaging, but it reminded me of an episode of Scooby-Doo. I hope that doesn’t sound insulting, plenty of people enjoy a good Scooby-Doo story after all. It just felt a bit formulaic.
I was also hoping for more romance and vampire stuff. Jesse is supposed to be a vampire who hasn’t turned all the way into a full vampire, but he doesn’t really do anything vampire-like. He bent a piece of metal with his super strength and he avoided the sun, but that was about it.
Overall I enjoyed this light and fairly innocent YA adventure and I will absolutely continue reading the series if it continues.