Initially I thought I was going to enjoy Night's Rose. The first few chapters moved along well and I liked the characters, including the obligatory mysterious chap and feisty and interesting heroine. However, I soon found myself bogged down in confusing events and uneven pacing. The plot
grew increasingly less believable with mind-boggling leaps of intuition. The romance side was disappointing, and this
narrative suffered greatly from the reader never knowing what was going to happen
- and having no boundaries as to what was impossible in this world (a problem I often find with books containing magic).
I lost interest about halfway through and found it a huge struggle to finish the book. There
are some good possibilities within the story, but the plot is too odd and the characters
too undeveloped for me to enjoy it.