5.0 out of 5 stars A great second book for the series (Amazon.co.uk)
I really enjoyed the first book in this series, and was not disappointed in this book. The story picks up where it left off in Heart Search 1- Lost.
Remy faces some really strange, hard to explain occurrences on the family front. There are mysterious happenings all round and then someone else she loves vanishes.
The mood of this tale is dark and foreboding, yet there is occasional lightness as Remy strives for some sense of normalcy in the face of terrifying events that occur almost daily in her very unusual family.
Remy is deep and intense, and her best friend Jakki balances her well. Joshua is not a two-dimensional vampire, as the male leads in many paranormal romances can be. All of the supporting characters have clearly defined personalities, making them interesting in their own right. The environments surrounding them are vivid and clearly drawn, and the two parallel stories intertwine well, making a good contrast.
The ending is satisfying, and while it leaves the door open for a third book, many threads are brought together, so I felt it ended well.