So Stolen is the second book of this marvelous series. It is as well written and introduces important characters for the books to come. It also introduces other types of super-human type species.
That’s right folks, there aren’t just werewolves anymore.
Half Demons: Father is a demon, Mother is a human. They get superhuman powers from their good ole’ dad
Witches: Women with magic
Sorcerers: Men with magic
Shamans: Something about being able to deal with spirits
But, luckily for us, it is still narrated by our favorite female-werewolf: Elena.
This story starts out that Elena and Jeremy meet two women who claim they have evidence of werewolves existence. They play the part of people who believe, but the two ladies actually tell them about their (Elena and Jeremy’s) personal life and their pack. Hits too close to home. They claim to be witches.
She doesn’t believe a word they are saying.
Then she gets attacked. She believes words they are saying.
They go to this “meeting of the otherworldly-ins” and they believe they are getting set up. They really just don’t want to deal with the fact that there are other supernatural beings out there and want to go back to just focusing on themselves and their own ways.
Elena gets attacked… again again.
This time though, she is captured and taken to some scientific headquarters were they have other super human people and know all about her (why does everyone know about her, seriously? Was there a newsletter we missed?) and want to know everything more about her species and others alike.
Obviously that’s not okay. How would you like to be captured by a hunt-crazed, lust-driven lunatic, an unstable business woman, a science-driven mad man, a teleporting cocky half-demon with a bunch of other messed up super people?
This is one of my favorite stories in this series. It is interesting to see how humans react when they find out about the super-natural word. In all seriousness, this would be exactly what would happen because humans would hate to know there is something out there that is better than them.
And they would want to have it for themselves. So they can be top dog again.
I love this series and I love Armstrong’s writing. I don’t know how many more times I can say that and not be labeled as a creepy fan-stalker girl. Sorry not sorry.
Read these books. You won’t be disappointed I SWEAR.