Spectre (Zoe Martinique #2) by Phaedra Weldon

The second book in the Zoe Martinique series, Spectre, continues to explore her developing Wraith powers and her budding relationship with Daniel, her love interest from the first novel.

I ended up reading this book in two stages because I got busy with school.  This may be the reason I didn’t enjoy the story as much as the first one.  It’s still a great story, though!  Zoe’s a little less quippy but the story’s a lot more serious so that’s to be expected.  The mystery in Spectre is a bit more elaborate than the one in Wraith, which isn’t a bad thing.  It was hard for me to follow but that’s probably because I put the book down for two weeks halfway through.

I really like that Weldon is adding a lot of depth to her supporting cast, although Daniel now feels a bit one-dimensional, since we’re provided with so much information about characters like Rhonda and Joe.  I also like that the book’s problem was solved but there are still things to look forward to in the next installment (things which I will not mention since they would most definitely be spoilers).

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