Opal by Jennifer L. Armentrout 

This isn’t going to be a long review because I don’t feel like there’s much to say about this without sounding the exact same as my reviews for previous books because this is onestly getting a little stale for me. I’m going to finish the series because I feel connected to the characters but things are stagnating.

I didn’t have as much fun with this one, everything felt like lather, rinse, repeat. Katy would get mad because Daemon was trying to protect her, they fight, Katy does it anyway, something goes wrong, they make up, repeat. It just got really tiring honestly.

I liked that Dee was truly grieving after her loss in the previous book and things just didn’t instantly go back to normal. And Katy was understanding of the situation instead of trying to push Dee.

Things with the government group are getting even more sketchy in this book and I’m honestly really interested to see what happens in the next book after how this one ended.

I don’t know, this was my least favourite book of the series so far and I hope things pick up in Origin but I’m not holding my breath to be honest.

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6 thoughts on “Opal by Jennifer L. Armentrout 

  1. Yeah, I really loved book one, but then all books followed the same formula, and I was like, “Dude, no. Just, no.”
    It’s a pity because the story is really great and Daemon is really swoon worthy : (

    Oh, by the way, would you be interested in reviewing my upcoming New Adult Sci-fi Romance, From the Stars? I think it could be your kind of read. Here’s a little more about it, in any case: https://cswilde.com/from-the-stars/


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    1. I liked book 1, book 2 was kinda the same but at least introduced some new stuff, book 3 was just not my fave, i just finished 4 and there’s a lot more action, action that should’ve happened ages ago but im glad something has actually happened. Your book sounds really interesting!

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