Thursday, June 30, 2016

Review: SUPREMACY by Christin Lee

In a search to find a lost dog, Kate runs into Lucas, a college student with intriguing eyes and a Spanish accent.

Story had a bit of a slow start and lagged with trivial detail. Of course, there was no denying the chemistry and good rapport between the two. Strange how Kate felt this incredible surge of energy when she touched him. What’s that about?

Kate was pretty cool. I mean, you would have to be to be able to fix a motorcycle after taking one class. She was smart and skillful. But her most endearing quality is her love for animals.

As the two grow closer, Kate realizes that there’s more to Lucas than meets the eye. According to the summary, “she works hard to discover who he is—what he is.” So right away I think vampire or werewolf. This was definitely the alluring part for me, but it just took too long to get to the main attraction. Most of the time centers on Kate and Lucas getting to know each other while meddling friends and disciplined parents get in the way.

I don’t know, this seemed like an interesting story, but it wasn’t.

My rating: 2.5 stars 

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