I liked this. It was a solid book too; it started interesting (aside from a couple of wtf moments because once again I hadn’t been paying attention and didn’t know about the paranormal elements) and finished strong, with the kind of last chapters that made me unable to put it down because I just had to know what happened.
I really loved the protagonist, which is something that I never expected from a YA book narrated in first person by a seventeen-year-old girl. Puck Connelly is adorable, okay? She’s so flawed and so human and I could really empathise with her, especially when she didn’t know what she was doing because she still felt like a child in the body of an adult. It was harder to read Sean’s chapters, mostly because I didn’t get his motivations. I liked Sean, but everyone (himself included) seemed to think way too highly of him.
If I loved horses, I would have probably given this 5 stars. As it is, it was a good book, though I could have done without the romance. It wasn’t a big part of the book, but it was still there, because of some unwritten rule about having the female character hook up with the male character in every YA book.