Stormfront by K.R. Conway
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Eila Walker is still healing from the events that occurred at the Fire and Ice Ball. She doesn’t remember what happened that night. She knows that whatever it was awakened her powers and now she is trying to stay one step ahead of the FBI. The FBI does not believe the boiler exploded, but they can’t find any evidence of a bomb. It has been five weeks and Eila is preparing to return to classes. Her best friend, Ana, is still trying to figure out how to act around her ex-boyfriend who happens to also be a soul thief. Eila is starting to think that being a supernatural isn’t as unusual as she believed since she discovers new connections at every turn including a few new truths about her grandmother.
Stormfront is the second book in the Undertow series. Conway spends a good portion of time recapping moments from the first book. This will be annoying for those readers who read the first book, yet it will be helpful for those who stumble across this second book out of order. The story progresses quickly and the anticipation levels rise and fall as the characters overcome one supernatural obstacle after another. This story is not complete. Although I wouldn’t call the ending a cliffhanger, there are many questions left unanswered and the story presented in this volume is not satisfying. Readers will be hoping the next book in the series does not have a large delay.
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