Tracker (Rylee Adamson #6) By: Shannon Mayer
Bringing my allies together as war approaches is my number one concern. But that means I have to play nice with a vampire who is blackmailing me. If I don’t, I’m screwed and my family is dead. But I don’t play nice. And I have a backup plan. Kinda. Throw in some new weapons being developed that work around supernaturals and I have more problems than I can handle on my own. Good thing I have a kick ass team. Even if they are on the other side of the world from me.
I wasn’t sure what I wanted to read so I decided to pick up where I’d left off with Rylee. I think my enjoyment of the book suffered from my apathy and while I still liked the book I didn’t enjoy it as much as previous installments.
I’d forgotten what happened at the end of book 6 so it took me a couple chapters to catch up. I also thought that the vampire resolution seemed a bit too easy.
Faris still hasn’t gotten what I feel he deserves and she was even able to find a way around backing him for vampire leader. Once that was fixed it was like he was no longer a dick. Maybe not, we’ll see.
I’m not a fan of super dark books, however, if the story calls for it by all means. Rylee has this huge big bad coming and needs to gather allies but I feel like this book ignored relationships built in previous books and ended with a previous bad guy becoming good,but not by doing anything really redeeming.
Maybe I’m being unfair, there was plenty of darkness in the book, but most of it was the characters coping with tragic deaths in the previous book and alluding to future tragedy.
I still want to know what’s going to happen and I still plan on reading further, but I think I’m going to wait until I’m in a better mood.