This series just keeps getting better and better. I couldn’t not pick up Wicked Circle as soon as I was done with Arcane Circle!
We’ve had a few books focused on Seph, one on Johnny, and this one features Menessos, the oldest of the trio. Trouble is brewing again, and this time it’s because of a vampire snubbed. You know, hell hath no fury and all that. But now Seph has to figure out how to hide the fact that she’s the one in charge of their link, not Menessos – and from a trio of awfully scary, truth-finding vampire-harpies. Yeah, “ick” was my first reaction, too.
Of course, trouble always comes with company. Seph has mother issues, half-brother issues, vampire issues, and now she’s not sure if Johnny can manage his wolf with all the Domn Lup powers he’s gained. Then she gets caught up in Menessos’ troubles, and boy do I mean caught up. Those harpies are certifiable.
There’s a lot of plot and character development in this installment — no, it’s not just about Menessos. We also get some of Johnny’s past, and Seph still has to deal with her long-lost mother. And we all know she’ll have to go looking for her father, right? Right. I cannot wait for Shattered Circle to arrive at my doorstep… But then what will I do when that’s been inhaled, too?
drey’s rating: Pick it up!
Title: Wicked Circle (Persephone Alcmedi #5)
Author: Linda Robertson
Paperback: 413 pages
Publisher: Pocket, 2011
Purchase at IndieBound, Amazon, The Book Depository
Source: Simon & Schuster
Have you read Wicked Circle? What did you think? And if you haven’t, start with Vicious Circle.