Of Poseidon - Anna Banks In all reality this book probably deserves closer to 3.5 stars. But it was actually really unique in a few ways and I did really enjoy it, so I rounded up this time.

The thing that bugged me the most was the writing. It wasn't poorly written, it was just the difference in character POV's when switching chapters took some getting used to. Even at the end it was weird reading Galen's 3rd person vs Emma's 1st person. I think had it all been written in 3rd POV it would have been much better.

The other thing that bugged me was Emma's affection towards Galen. She had a crush on him from the beginning. But she was contstantly getting mad at him (which she's supposed to have a bad temper so that makes sense) and then all of a sudden she decides she loves him. I guess what I'm trying to say is that I just didn't feel the romance between the two like I do in similar stories. That could probably have used some improvement.

I'm glad that there's a sequel. Prior to the ending I was seriously debating reading the sequel, since I have plenty of other series to keep up with. But the ending, while not quite a cliffhanger, was enough to hook me into reading the next one. Well played Ms. Banks, well played.