I love Zathyn Priest. No joke, I love him. He always writes amazing books that never fails to make me fall in love with the story and the characters. Amara: The Rebirth is no different. It's an amazing, funny and sweet book that has made me want to read more from this world and these characters.
I want to start off by saying there is no cheating in this book. Yes, Matthew is married, but it's not what people think. But, if I'm going to be honest, I would not have hated this book if Matthew had cheated on his husband. I mean, I despise
cheating in book, and I avoid it whenever I can, but this one of those cases where it would not have driven me mad.
Amara: The Rebirth is an amazing vampire story, and one of my overall favorite books in the genre. The MC's are very lovable, especially Amara. Their relationship is so sweet and they're so cute together. I think I might have awwed a couple of times while reading this. And Matthew's dad is really easy to like after a while. It took a bit of time for me, but I did see that he loves his son and that he was able to look past what he was being told and believe his son. I love it when that happens and it endears me to a character.
Then there's Dean, Matthew's husband. I don't think it will shock anyone who's read this when I say I don't like Dean. Like him? I despise him. He's an ass, and I wanted him gone so many time it's not even funny.