Only within the last couple years have I found my love of reading again. I've found that my interests lie mostly under that big genre umbrella that is fantasy, but I'm down for anything that will move and/or entertain me.
To be perfectly honest, this book had very little (if any) significant plot movement. There was no character growth for anyone: Gabriel still has the personality of a paper bag; Linden is still whiny, privileged, and oblivious; and Rhine is still a special snowflake. Cecily is the only interesting character and, unfortunately, she's not in this book much. Pretty prose can only do so much for a story.