Pages: 206 pages
Series: In Bed with the Enemy
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Intro Babble: I have been trying to post this review all day. My internet keeps dying and me being the behind the times person I am does not have a smart phone. I did, however, really enjoy Ariel's Song.
Heroine: Ariel-I liked her in that way I like all people who confuse me—I try obsessively to figure them out and then when I do, I make my judgements. Once I did figure Ariel out, I decided that I liked her a lot. There is a lot of realism about her. She has her faults and she owns up to them. It was easy to like her based on that alone.
Hero: Colin-It was so nice to see a bad boy musician type hero who was not in a rock band. I did want to smack him for the majority of the beginning of the book. He doesn't treat Ariel very nicely at all at the start but I gradually began to warm up to him.
Chemistry: Like I said about Colin, he started out badly. He wasn't at all nice to Ariel. It took me a while to even approach accepting them as a couple because of that. But once I did, I really began to like them together. Ariel brings out a somewhat softer side to Colin and they worked really well together.
Ending Babble: I must confess that I read this book twice. Once about an hour after I received the book and second when my internet went kerplunk for the millionth time while writing this review. I really enjoyed Ariel's Song both times I read it. The writing was excellent and the development of Ariel and Colin's relationship was great and chock full of angsty goodness. I do kind of wish the book was longer...but that's just me. I breeze through a 200 page book in 45 minutes. I was without the internet for 2hrs.