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Great Potential

I think this story has great potential so far. The emotional intensity is strong and believable. The characters are great. I like stories that aren't afraid to talk about serious subject matters.

The timeline is a tad confusing, I'm not sure how long things have been between events, but that's an easy fix. It sounds like Astrid has a history of trauma, and I'd like to know more about this, add a build-up to her attempted suicide so it's not just because of Ryker.

I hope you continue writing this, I think it can be a really good story:)

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Obsessed

I didn't expect this...but I'm all here for it.

The story is intense from the beginning, Kinsley's situation being very dire. The strength of the Steel Wolf series are the strong, relatable characters; you develop feelings and bonds for them.

The spelling and grammar need a revision but that's fixable with a second look.

I'm obsessed with this series:)

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Yesss

Since the first Steel Wolf book, I had so many questions about Aubree/Ryder. This story really filled in the blanks. The tension, drama, and unexpected plots kept me obsessed. Adam is a great villain, I wouldn't mind seeing him in future stories.

Aubree and Ryder aren't a perfect couple, but you can't help but love them, you want them to make it.

Spelling, grammar need a good look over. Adam's last name changes, a quick fix can remedy that.

I love this series <3

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Behind the Music: Madness Reigns

There's not enough stories about rock bands on Inkitt (please no more wolf/fantasy elements in rock stories ugh). This story grips you from the beginning, building up the suspense to a tragic event that doesn't occur until later. The first chapter in particular hooks you, almost getting into the dark mind of the assailant.

We see the band's formation and how they worked hard to get famous, which is realistic how many bands made it. We're watching Behind the Music in a way, which my vintage self loves. The band struggles, they don't have a perfect, golden road to success and that's what keeps us glued, we want to watch them succeed.

My only critique so far is I still have hard time telling the characters apart, so maybe flush out their personalities more? Excited for the rest:)

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Poetic

I love the style of the writing, very poetic and pretty.. I love the stream of consciousness type of narrative, really getting into London's head. My only (small) issue is getting to know all the characters in the beginning, it's been cluttered trying to figure out who's who.

London's anxiety and overthinking is relatable and told very well:)

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Not What I Expected

I've been a fan of Dee Hanna's work, and this isn't what I expected. It's different from her other stories and I'm impressed to see her break from her old formula. I'm not normally into gang/assassin stories, but Dee makes it fresh and unique.

The characters are great, each having their own voice. AJ in particular is a fantastic character, I love her no bullshit attitude. Her being involved in a love square is a plot even she didn't expect and I love how unclear where she's going with this.

My only complaint so far is trying to understand the universe it's set in. With all these gangs, I'm just wondering the logistics of it (do police ever get involved, is it a dystopian type of society), but these can be clarified later on. I'm excited to see how it ends:)

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Bad For You...Not Bad (had to do it)

As a former dancer, I was attracted to this story. I don't know if the writer has a history with dancing, either way they knew what they were talking about in terms of dancing terminology. The characters are great and relatable.

I like the transformation we see with Aurora becoming less sheltered and more rebellious, it's realistic in the situation. The emotions are strong, there were times I wanted to scream at the mother and the bitchy girls.

On a side note, I like the cute little quotes the writer puts at the end of each chapter. I can't wait for more:)

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Worth the Long Journey

The story is long, but worth the journey. I love how realistic the relationship is with Skylar and Dimitri, going up and down, it's not perfect.

I thought some of the chapters weren't necessary, or could've been condensed, just to make the story shorter. I love the characters, each having their own flaws and stories.

I really enjoyed the story, I had to finish it. I adore Skylar and Dimitri <3

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