Jane True lives in a small town with people she mostly doesn't really fit in with. And it's not like the people in her town even try to make Jane feel like she belongs anyway. Especially since her boyfriend died eight years ago and most people feel that it was her doing.
And if that wasn't bad enough, Jane finds out that she is only half-human.
Well, what can I say about this book? It definitely had an interesting plot and I liked when Jane began learning about the other half of her heritage.
Jane as a character isn't exactly bad. There are times where I do like her and I do feel for her concerning the death of her boyfriend and the treatment she has endured.
But in all of the books I've read, I have never encountered a character who thinks about sex as much as Jane. In one instance Jane will be thinking about her former boyfriend, his death and just how much they loved each other. Then, boom! she's onto sex again.
I can't say that I could relate to Jane all that much. Too much sex, worrying about what to wear, or just how hot Ryu is.
Don't get me wrong, I don't mind sex in a book. Or even some describing of how good a character looks. But I don't know, I felt there was too much of that in this book, and that was much of Jane's focus. But the other parts were good. Jane learning about what her mother really was and all that. The story was interesting and I kept reading for that.
I have the next two books in the series and I'll eventually read those to see how they are. If I don't like them better than one, then I won't probably won't continue the series after the next two books.