Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Review Red Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells
RED-HEADED STEPCHILD DESCRIPTION:
In a world where being of mixed-blood is a major liability, Sabina doesn’t really fit in. And being an assassin – the only profession fit for an outcast – doesn’t help matters. But she’s never brought her work home. Until now.
Her latest mission is uncomfortably complex, and threatens the fragile peace between the vampire and mage races. As Sabina scrambles to figure out which side she’s on, she uncovers a tangled political web, some nasty facts about her family and some unexpected new talents. Any of these things could be worryingly life-changing, but together, they could be fatal …
This time, it’s personal.
Love this story. It started out with a bang and the action continued from there. Sabina has issues on top of issues with her family but she is one kick ass assassin. Love that we learned bits and pieces of her history as we went along right along with her. This book was great but a bit predictable which was a little disappointing. I am looking forward to reading more stories in this series just to learn more about what Sabina powers are and I do so want to see that bitch of grandmother of her get her payback.
I give this one 4 stars
I purchased this book myself with my own moolah.