Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Renee's Fearless Review
For someone who seems to prefer the background more than anything else, Sabine has been getting an awful lot of the spotlight lately. Luckily, this mara is anything but boring. It would be unreasonable to think that she could stay in one place for even a week without some kind of trouble finding her, and she certainly doesn't disappoint here.
Odd for a home for "troubled" girls, the Holser House is rather uneventful, much to Sabine's disappointment. She came here hoping that she would be greeted with a smorgasbord of fear to feed off of, but suddenly she's starving in the night. Cold and alone, we learn more about the very vocal Sabine than she ever lets out around others. She has never refrained from speaking her mind, but there are some things that only her deepest thoughts can convey.
Along with getting a sneak peek into the life of a mara, we gain a whole new understanding of exactly why she can't let Nash go, and that she never will. Regardless of what stands in her way, Sabine Campbell with run over whatever tries to stop her from getting what she wants. She will stop at nothing to win him back.
Rating: 4 stars