Dangerous Dream (Dangerous Creatures #0.5)

Dangerous Dream (Dangerous Creatures #0.5)
Age Range
14+
Release Date
December 17, 2013
ISBN
0316405019
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Catch up with Ethan, Lena, and Link as they finally graduate from high school and get ready to leave the small Southern town of Gatlin. But when Dark Caster Ridley makes an appearance, the sometime bad girl can't resist picking a fight with her sometime boyfriend, Link. Angry and rebellious as ever, Ridley ends up alone in New York City and becomes entangled in the dangerous underground Caster club scene, where the stakes are high and losers pay the ultimate price.Where's a Linkubus when you need him?

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Like an appetizer
Overall rating
 
4.0
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4.0
Characters
 
4.0
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4.0
The Dangerous Dream spin-off series is already looking great. I am rubbing my hands with glee to see what shenanigans can Ridley get into. This prequel novella sets the story a bit, while leaving you wanting for the first book. How can a 46 page novella do that to me, I am still figuring it out. In such a short span, the story contained a lot. Divided into three parts, it chronicles the graduation, Link and Ridley’s on-off relationship and Ridley mistaking dangerous for interesting when she gets into something which she REALLY should have left alone. She thinks she can handle the Dark side of the Caster world but like Link, she is merely straddling the line between Light and Dark. Last line really left me feeling sorry for Link, but not sorry enough to not want Dangerous Creatures. Bring it on!
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Good start to the series
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The Dangerous Dream spin-off series is already looking great. I am rubbing my hands with glee to see what shenanigans can Ridley get into. This prequel novella sets the story a bit, while leaving you wanting for the first book. How can a 46 page novella do that to me, I am still figuring it out. In such a short span, the story contained a lot. Divided into three parts, it chronicles the graduation, Link and Ridley’s on-off relationship and Ridley mistaking dangerous for interesting when she gets into something which she REALLY should have left alone. She thinks she can handle the Dark side of the Caster world but like Link, she is merely straddling the line between Light and Dark. Last line really left me feeling sorry for Link, but not sorry enough to not want Dangerous Creatures. Bring it on!
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