Summary via Goodreads:
“That’s an alien. I’m an alien. We’re aliens. Aliens everywhere, actually, which is why we have to leave.”
HOLY-FREAKING-ALIEN! I’ve been a die-hard fan of the Luxen series since the beginning and when I heard about the chance to see the story from an Arum’s point of view, I was both excited and curious, but, damn, the real thing blew my mind! I’m torn, I love both Daemon and Hunter, and I am beyond upset that Obsession is only a one-off!
Serena Cross was adorably witty and sarcastic in the way she dealt with the whole “aliens are everywhere thing” and handled Hunter’s whole “do what I say when I say it” in a surprisingly great take-no-bullshit way. I loved it, especially the way she was so determined to avenge the murder of her friend even at the risk of her life.
Hunter was everything I thought an Arum would be and so much more! In the beginning, he was a bit cold and wasn’t really able to completely understand humans, but he was curious and grew to see that he could be more human than he realized. He’s cocky, commanding, and exceedingly good at what he does, he’s able to handle any situation thrown at him with ease and finesse; unless, of course, that situation has anything to do with Serena Cross. Together, those two are completely explosive, a collision of fire and ice, making Obsession an amazing, heart-stopping read.