- Tapa blanda: 384 páginas
- Editor: Hodder Children's Books; Edición: UK ed. (7 de octubre de 2010)
- Colección: Dark Heart
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1444901893
- ISBN-13: 978-1444901894
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Dark Heart Forever: Book 1 (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 7 oct 2010
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This is spooky and seriously good. (Sugar)
Spooky and seriously good (Sugar Magazine)
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Jane Jonas is nearing her 16th birthday and troubled by unsettling recurring dreams where the same mysterious boy her age comes to her, telling Jane that they are each other's destiny. Her mother is increasingly anxious about Jane's disruptive sleepwalking episodes, but for Jane her dream world and reality are about to collide ...
When she develops a friendship with an enigmatic stranger in town, the blond, uber-cool Evan, it's exciting, it's new, and Jane wants him more than she's ever wanted anybody - until her mystery dream boy gets in the way.
Now Jane is caught between two worlds: one familiar, but tinged with romance and excitement; the other dark and dangerous, where angels, werewolves, and an irresistible stranger are trying to seduce her ...Ver Descripción del producto
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The story begins approaching Jane's 16th birthday she's been having dreams that feel very real about a boy she is inexplicablly drawn to. Then another boy comes into town and sweeps her off her feet.
Jane's problem is she is drawn to one (Luca) and attracted to Evan who is coming on very strong. The push and pull she feels only gets stranger as secrets about Luca are reveled and she has no apparent concern about them. But Evan who seems to be the perfect boyfriend isn't reveling anything least of all the truth.
Don't worry there is a happy ending although I think there may be room for a sequel I can't tell from the ending if there will be.
I enjoyed it and will look forward to more writing from Lee Monroe.
So why didn't I like it more? Well, to be honest, the storyline is convoluted as heck, and doesn't always make sense. Jane and Luca suffer from the all-too-common InstaLove phenomenon, but then Luca spends the rest of the book insisting they can't be together. (Which would be more believable if he'd stop stalking her, but whatever.) Jane then starts spending time with bad boy Evan, who unfortunately does fit the cliched Alpha Male mold. A love triangle in YA PNR, who would have thought? /sarcasm
Where it gets even trickier is the so-called plot. As it turns out, Evan is really the son of the angel Jane's mother had a long-ago fling with prior to getting married. Since Evan's father has disappeared, he's apparently convinced himself that Jane's mother is to blame and schemes to somehow take out his revenge on Jane. This seriously makes zero sense, particularly considering how much TIME AND EFFORT he puts into this. Just kill somebody and move along.
Lastly, the ending is anti-climactic and flat. Luca, a werewolf, naturally races to the rescue, despite his family attempting to lock him up for getting involved with a human. Once he gets there to rescue the damsel in distress, he, his sister, and Jane's mother all reveal that Evan is wrong, and his father didn't abandon his family because of his prior fling with Jane's mother (yes, I know this is confusing to follow).
Once he realizes this, Evan leaves. That's it. The big, bad werewolf hurries to rescue his quasi-girlfriend, only to talk to the attempted murderer briefly and send him on his way. Luca then announces he must "deal with his family" before committing to Jane, and vanishes. No offense, Luca, but you aren't really striking me as the deal-with-problems-head-on kinda guy right now.
This ending basically left me with more questions than answers. Where DID Evan's father go? Why CAN'T Luca and Jane be together? And just how much longer is this story going to drag on?