I really loved all the action in this book. Rileigh, taken over by the spirit of Senshi, did some serious beating. I loved who even though sometimes she wasn't sure who she was she didn't want to lose herself into the memories of her past life and fought strong enough to not let that happen until the end. We were more focused on her story, with flushes from her past life, which were one of the best parts in the book if only there were more. I loved how her friend Q was always there, always by her side no matter what. Also Kim, her soul-mate from her past life, had all the glory of the samurai of the sengoku era.
I am a huge fan of anything Japanese so of course I really liked this book. I would love it even more if it wasn't so focused on Rileigh but had all the other great characters in the spotlight a little bit more. Reading through the end I thought this was a stand-alone but then I found out there is going to be another book coming out, so I can't wait to see what will happen now that Rileigh actually knows who she is and accepts it.
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A very good review without spoilers. I read/reviewed this one recently, too. I liked Rileigh's newfound kick butt nature. My only disappointment was her reluctance to change. I think she should have embraced it more than fight it.ReplyDelete