• Cindy Kilbourne

Book Review: Crave by Tracy Wolff


Rating: 5/5


This is the fun vampire book I've been waiting for! Crave is the hybrid love-child of Twilight and Harry Potter, but it stands on it's own. This book manages to remain unique and interesting while including all the tropes that we love (or love to hate). This book is fast-paced and so much fun to read, I couldn't put it down. I have both the e-book and the audiobook versions, and I think both are excellent. The narration for the audiobook is very well done. Jaxon is my boy. I adore him in all of his tortured, brooding glory. To be fair, I'm partial to these kinds of characters, but I still found Jaxon particularly appealing from the beginning. Actually, most of the characters in this book were memorable and I enjoyed almost everyone, even the characters you hate because they are just terrible people. Grace is funny and cute, the kind of character that you can relate to while also both cheering and condemning her choices depending on the paragraph. Other characters like Mekhi, Lia, and Macy are all intriguing in their own ways and none of them fell flat. One character I'd really love to know more about is Flint, his personality and what we find out throughout the story, combined with what he is (no spoilers!) make for a fascinating character. My only criticisms: The overuse language like of AF and FML, although I admit it shows Grace's age and the time in which she lives, it still took some getting use to. I'm certainly not docking stars for it. Fast feelings. Honestly I don't even mind it in this book, but I can see how it may be annoying for some. I like the characters and the story so much that it didn't bother me much at all. Overall, 5/5. I need the sequel ASAP.


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