by Tracy RozzlynnI received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Fast-Trapped by Tracy Rozzlynn is the next installment in the Fast-Tracked trilogy. I really enjoyed the first book after a slow start. The last half really ramped up, and I was hooked. This book starts where the last left off— Zandria is in an engagement with a man she doesn't love, her true love has been ostracized and punished, her best friend is disappointed in her, her fake best friend is still fake, and the plot just thickens from there. Certain characters change sides and others get swindled in a satisfying way. The second installment still reminds me of a Gossip Girl/Revenge sort of scenario and is even more entertaining.
This book is a bit darker, and I have to say, this book is the most polished of Rozzlynn's books so far. I think most of the twists are a lot of fun and nicely done. I really enjoyed all of the politics and world building. This book takes us where we should be, and I know book three will be even better.
My issues with this book are slight— more of a preference than anything else. Zandria is a strong protagonist and this really comes through in the end of book one. In the second book, she takes a backseat and lets everyone else do the plotting, which made me a bit sad, since Rozzlynn has such great strong female characters. That said, I have no doubt that Zandria will be back in full force in book three and put everyone to shame. Also, I was a bit disappointed by how Avery seemed rather two dimensional in this book— I feel he could have been more compelling if we understood him better.
That said, a strong follow up to the first book, and I can't wait to see what happens to Zandria and her friends.
|Title||Fast-Trapped (Fast-Track Trilogy, #2)|
|eBook format||Kindle Edition, (torrent)|
|File size||7.4 Mb|
|Book rating||4.05 (113 votes)