There was somebod to expect because quite honestly I already knew.For example, Skye has 2 best friends, I will get to them later, but they like to throw her a 'surprise' party every year even though she does n't like the gatherings.
That point was made so evidently aware to me that I almost shook the friends and slapped them upside the head with salmon for continuing with the 'tradition' when poor Skye looked like she just dreaded the whole ordeal and only went along with it to please them.
( hide spoiler) ] Beats me how she fakes liking the parties every year!
This girl hated the parties, end of tory and it did n't help sell the whole " best friends since forever " angle that Cassie and Dan did n't see it.
And like with Skye 's ritual birthday parties, there really were no more surprises to be had.
When I first met Ian my impression of him was of the sweet guy next door, but since the book 's blurb points out that 2 other guys are supposed to compete for Skye 's momentary affection I knew something had to be wrong.
Fair enough I did n't get that far, but the foundation was laid pretty bare and like I said, been there, done that was my response.
Katz and Devin reminded me a little of Damon and Stefan Salvatore in angel-angsty-bad boy form:- Long brooding looks at female?
Check.- Creepy sense of female having known both guys before?
I could have given up at 10 or so pages in, but instead kept at it as best I could until a good friend of mine pointed out, there is no point in reading something you know you are n't going to like.
And yes these boys are paedophiles, they are immortal and therefore by far older than Skye.