Top positive review
March 2, 2011
This was an excellent story about three men (Cal, Fox and Gage) and a "curse" they'd been forced to deal with since their shared tenth birthday. The intriguing part about the trilogy is that each book focussed on one couple (Cal/Quinn, Fox/Layla, Gage/Cybil) with the storyline flowing and developing throughout each then ending in a nail biting conclusion. I loved that! Plus the reason for each of the women appearing in the mens' lives was reasonable - it didn't come across as contrived and/or forced. Same with the relationship development, things were written so each relationship developed naturally without seeming forced. Very cool way to write a trilogy with an interesting storyline, well developed characters, all wrapped up in intrigue with a wee bit of horror in there for some extra spice.