"Undertow" picks up where "Dragonfly" leaves off and there's no unnecessary recaps. The story starts head on and man is it a rush!!
While the pacing was slow, I felt like I was tossed and turned as there was a lot going on in the plot and the characters. "Undertow" is more of an emotional read and will take you on a roller coaster by the intensity of it all.
You learn a lot of secrets (e.g. the truth behind Jack and Julian's births, etc.) and back stories behind the different characters' reasons and motives for what they did/do. It felt like more of a predecessor of the series where the story unveils how the past actions transgressed into the present.
As a precaution though, there was a little sex in the book and majority of the story is enveloped in journal entries. There isn't much interaction between Anna and Jack/Julian for those of you who are more so interested in the love aspect of the story.
Over all, VERY interesting read filled with twists and turns. Now I wantwantwant "Watercolor"!!! Can't wait till September! lol ;)
*Review copy provided by the author for an honest review.*