Review : Mortal Obligation by Nichole Chase
Ree finds out quickly that her name has more meaning than she could have ever guessed. She is thrown, along with her friends, into the 101th battle between mankind and the Dark Ones that prey upon them. Along with her immortal guardians, Ree must fight the battle to save humans from becoming slaves to the Dark Ones.
It took me a while to get into this one. This book was written in third person and most of the books I have read lately are all in first person. The writing style is also a bit different than I am used to and transitioning to third person was a bit hard. There was a lot of info dumping in the first par alsot- which might have led to my initial problems of getting into the plot. This is a complicated story with lots of background. Once the action got moving, it was much better and read much easier than the first part of the story. Adding to the complication is quite a lot of characters to keep track of. There is the main heroine, her two love interests, her mentor, and then there are four more friends thrown into the mix. For a first novel in a series, it is a bit of overload.