Jenny never knew what woke her up. One minute she was in the middle of a deep sleep and the next she was wide awake, the lightweight quilt tangled around her legs, and her heart drumming her ears. The silence around her was as deep as her sleep had been. It couldn’t have been traffic that woke her; the house was miles from the main road. Maybe it was the moonlight.
Wow, this was a drama-packed 2-in-1 book. I loved it! Now I just need to magically find book 5 and 6 (since apparently they didn’t care to repackage those in a new bundle), hopefully Amazon has it second-hand, because I am just dying to read how it finishes, especially with that Cliffhanger + the whole Jazz pregnancy thing.
Phew, well, I am disappointed in this book. From a spectacular first book (4.5 stars), to this. The first half was pretty decent, but the real hit in badness came from the second part. The first part was around 4 stars (with the occasional dip to 3 stars), but the last part? I absolutely hated it. Well, OK, the ending was decent, but it still had some stuff I didn’t like. At all. Like the Noah thing.