I have a complicated relationship with Kelley Armstrong novels. On one had I tend to love the world building and the main character. On the other, well she has TERRIBLE male leads and her track record with female characters aside from the lead is problematic. It’s those second two that keep her from being an author that I goes directly onto my auto buy list. However, Omens went onto my TBR pile after I read a short story, a prequel of sorts, called The Screams of Dragons. It was a great introduction to the town of Cainsville and made me hungry for more. But because I know how angry her books can make me, it took me a year and a half to finally pick up Omens. I’m ok with that. I really did enjoy it, but the usual issues I have with Armstrong’s novels reared their ugly heads in this one.
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