I love Rylee Adamson as a character, and S. Mayer is a true favorite. I'm not missing any of these books!
I have always been ambivalent towards Pamela as a character. I absolutely loved her at first, then she began to grate on my nerves; you know
how teenagers can be. So, needless to say, I was both excited to get to know Pammie through her story and unimpressed that her tale was next.
I very much appreciated how whenever Pamela learned a new spell or a new 'ability' she didn't just snap her
fingers and was able to perform. We're taken through the process efficiently, yet descriptively, and we get to see the work put in by young Pamela. Getting inside of her head was really good for me, mad me #TeamPamela; I totally understand her now. Learning
her history directly from her, and with her at times has aided the bonding process between Pamela and the myself, the reader. Her interactions with Oka were especially sweet, and I also enjoyed the few new characters that we come across.
others have rubbed off on Pam positively, but she's definitely her own person; and despite her young age is quite womanly many times. She definitely puts on those big girl pants and makes some heavy decisions for the good of her family/pack and for the welfare
of others; it's admirable.
I was both impressed and not with that ending though. Why, God, WHY?!?! You give me back so much greatness, and now I have to wait until the next epilogue to see how it all plays out?! #WaitingSucks!