This is the second book of the series Snoqualmie Valley Sasquatch. I read the first one two years ago.
It continues the story of cousins, Jenna and Hannah and their normal every day life, except it isn’t normal. Jenna’s boyfriend is a Sasquatch called Adam.
I enjoyed the two parallel worlds, and there was some interesting history about the tribe and how they came to be. The author had clearly done a lot of research.
Hannah discovers, and falls in love with Asher, another Sasquatch, who like Adam is also a young man. When the action finally picked up, it was great to see the bullies get their just desserts.
I felt the pace slowed down as we went into everyone’s thoughts. The reader knew just what every character thought about everything, which took away the mystery.
Overall, there wasn’t enough action in it for me, but I’m sure younger readers will enjoy it.
For cousins Jenna and Hannah, life is anything but ordinary. When Jenna loses her parents in a tragic accident, their lives in Washington’s Snoqualmie Valley change in unexpected ways. Despite the changes, Jenna still finds love with a mysterious young man she once believed was Hannah’s imaginary friend. Tall, dark and hairy, Adam brings to light rumors of Bigfoot. Can science explain his appearance? Is he really a supernatural creature, like some people propose? Or, is he just as human as anyone else? Age-old fears and superstitions revive myths and reveal ancient secrets, but is there any truth to the tales? What’s waiting to be unveiled in the forests of Snoqualmie?