Opal - Jennifer L. Armentrout Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!!!!!! That's all I got. I'm outta here. I can't.. ohmygod. Three words. WHAT THE F*CK? This book sucked on an epic level. Okay, before you cut my head off for saying those words, it was really Katy’s. She said, and I quote “It sucked—sucked worse than people who pirated books, sucked more than waiting a year for the next book in a beloved series, and sucked more than a brutal cliffhanger ending.”

And damn if it isn't.

Now, before we get to that heart-dropping, hair-tearing, wall punching, I-want-to-kill-SOMEONE-ing, mother-effing ending, let’s get to the part where we usually start a review without stellar profanities leaving out of my mouth. And I really don’t want to go to that part.

So let's start with:

Daemon! Ohmygod, Daemon.. If it's possible to love him much more than before, then that's where I'm heading. No, wait, I'm already there! He's really sweet, caring and just amazing. Still a jerk of course, to SOME (yeah, guess who) but not to Katy. I so love them together; jealousy, lover's quarrel and other stuff like that aside. But hey! If their relationship is perfect I probably wouldn't be a fan of it. Still love Katy. She knows the mistakes she's made and tries to make-up for it especially to Dee. And wow, look at that. Someone's back. If you've hated him before, you're going to skin that idiot alive in Opal. That's all I'm saying because right now, just writing about him makes me want to puke rainbow curses. Should I mention what he did? Of course not; it would definitely spoil you. Saying that it's extraordinarily maddening is spoiler enough, ask Sheldon. LOL!

The ending. Picture me stomping and bawling like a baby. Just do it since I don't put gifs in my reviews, and I trust your better imaginations so.. picture THE WORST! I can't stop thinking about it days after I knew what misery I have to go through before I read the next book. No, seriously, I think that was a good ending. If it didn't end like that, I wouldn't know what to expect of the next book, or if there will ever be one.

Opal has lots of twists and turns, some of them I saw coming but still left me a lot to ponder. It's pretty clear how much I love JLA. Her writing is wonderful, the snark, the characters, the plot. To sum it all up, just WOW! What a year-ender. Well, what have we got here. I was ecstatic; I laughed, I got teary, I gasped, I swooned.. Emotion overload, I know. But that's how I get when a book really gets to me. Don't believe me? Read and find it out for yourself.