Tempted: a House of Night Novel, Book 6 (34)

8030167Description on the back of the book:Zoey needs a break after some serious excitement. Sadly, the House of Night school for vampyres doesn’t feature breaks on its curriculum—even for a High Priestess in training and her gang. Plus juggling three guys is no stress reliever, especially when one is a sexy Warrior so into protecting Zoey that he’s sensing her emotions. Wider stresses lurk too, and the dark force in Tulsa’s tunnels is spreading. Could Stevie Rae be responsible for more than a group of misfit fledglings? And Aphrodite’s visions warn Zoey to stay away from the immortal Kalona and his dark allure—but they also show that only Zoey can stop him. She’s not exactly keen to meet up, but if Zoey doesn’t go to Kalona he’ll exact a fiery vengeance on those closest to her. She just has to find the courage to do what’s necessary, or everything that’s important to her will be destroyed.

Pre-Read: Love the cover and I want to know what happens to Zoey after the bad guys are sent away.

While reading: This one seems like more teenage drama

summary: I don’t even want to summarize the over done teen drama in this book. But pretty much it’s about all of the drama in Zoey Redbird life. Pretty much all her teenage craziness catches up with her for a little bit. Then she has to get back to saving the world from an evil fallen immortal. The best part of this book was the ending.

Overall Thoughts: So I can honestly say I didn’t want to finish this book. But i only had like 90 pages left so i suffered through it. It is my least favorite in the series. It annoyed me i love the series because of all the struggles Zoey goes through but this book reminded me of a teenage soap opera. I just didn’t love it as much as the others. The ending though left you thinking ok the next book might be worth reading. So I have started reading the next book.

Rating: I give it a 2 out of 5. (only because of the ending.)

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