Lost Reflections is the second book in the Almost Human Series, the first trilogy. Due to Felicity and Cain's relationship becoming ever closer, Ben keeps getting nastier and nastier about it. Cain decides that he should tell her about his very long past, and for two nights he explains in detail about his former life when he was a human and then after he turned into a vampire. It is enough to give Felicity quite a shock and she has to really digest what he has done and wonder to herself whether people really change or not. After all, Cain is over 300 years old. And then there is the addictive quality of the venom in his kiss and bite. Felicity no doubt likes it, and that is what it's supposed to do. But Cain doesn't really wanting the venom clouding their relationship. But in his mind, he can already see where things were headed because he has been there before. Felicity is his beloved, but he can't seem to let her go. And she doesn't want to. But certain events begin to change things. Vampires get angry and vengeful while others change for the better. We start seeing some subtle changes in the vampire Sindy that are for the better. But this sparks issues of its own.
Another 5 star read! Want to learn about book 1? Well, there is a previous post from yesterday for that too! And stay tuned, because tomorrow we will be doing a little discussion on the last book in this trilogy!
ALMOST HUMAN ~ The First Trilogy
In this paranormal fantasy, chapters alternate perspective between a vampire and a young woman, as they join an ensemble cast of characters to navigate difficulties of addiction and desire; perils of zombies and vampires; and struggles with abuse, morality and... college.
Volume 2: Lost Reflections
Felicity has helped her friends to escape the venomous vixen Sindy, but cannot divine the motives of Cain, the vampire who captured first her gratitude, and then her heart.
She finds the historical account of Cain’s past enthralling and frightening. Now she must determine whether the addictive venom in Cain’s kiss is clouding her judgment, and if his thirst for her blood is a driving force too strong for their love to conquer.
It’s difficult to contemplate such questions while under the attack of a vengeful vampire and his zombie slaves. Felicity’s heart has already been lost to Cain; will she lose her life as well?
*ALMOST HUMAN is a series of successive trilogies, not stand-alone books. Each trilogy is self-contained enough to be read alone as a 3 book set, but the story unfolds chronologically, and the characters do continue from one trilogy to the next. Main storyline closure is in each 3rd book, but there are also story-ties leading from one trilogy to the next in the series.