Tempestuous By Lesley Livingston


I’m not too sure about what I actually think about this novel. I didn’t hate it, but I didn’t love it either. I’m kind of indifferent about it at this point. Mostly because I feel like I’ve read this plot a time or two. It’s a well-used one that I’ve read quite a bit already, so it just didn’t really appeal to me. But that could also be for the simple fact that it wasn’t really that interesting to me this time either.

In this novel Kelley has sent Sonny away. She did it for his own good, but it doesn’t feel that way to her. It feels like her heart has been ripped into two pieces and she just wants it to stop. However, she’s not going to stop feeling this way anytime soon. Now Kelley must do what she thinks is right to help her friends. Which means trying to find a new theater and helping out her fellow actors. It also means that she needs to find out what’s going on with the Janus. They’ve been attacking the lost fae, when the lost fae have done nothing to provoke them. This concerns Kelley greatly, but not as much as Sonny does. Sonny feels like one of the lost fae. Like he doesn’t have a purpose in life anymore. He’s felt this way ever since Kelley said that she didn’t love him anymore. This was a major blow to his heart and he doesn’t know if he can handle it any longer. Because of the way that he feels he attracted the attention of a little fae. She picks up those who feel lost and brings them home with her. A place that many of the lost fae call home, and where Janus aren’t welcome. A point that is emphasized on when he shows up. However, the lost fae all seem to take a shine to him and welcome him with open arms. However, something seems wrong. A lot of the fae have been wounded or tortured. And the blame is being put on a rogue Janus. A thing that has never happened before in the history of fae.

This novel is a lot like the last two novels in this series. It’s also a young adult urban fantasy novel, with a hint of romance in it. The romance is all about the same and is one that we’ve all heard a lot already. It’s the same with the plot to this novel as well. The plot is one that we’ve all read before and it’s one that we’re getting tired of hearing. However, with that being said there is a time in this novel. It’s one that didn’t make the novel any more interesting to say the least. But my recommendation still stays the same and I highly recommend that you avoid this series at all costs. There are other novels out there that deserve the attention more than this one.


*Read on May 31st, 2016   

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