Oct 31, Natalie rated it it was amazing Shelves: And those two, even being so different, developed attractive relationship and great story. And I really like that Etienne was able to say "No" to him without things turning ugly, and that ultimately we're left with this feeling that maybe he's not such a bad guy after all. It could have been hot but to me it fell flat and was not hot at all. I liked that.
I picked this book, number 2 in the series, hoping to learn more about these abilities and get a little more of the world building that I missed in the first book.
I felt like it revolved too much around sex and not enough around the actual characters and their conflicts. It gives the book a mysterious feel of sorts. Riot Boy was a bit darker than the first book. I loved hearing Etienne's inner voice as he recognizes that Brady is a person he probably shouldn't want and who isn't the safest bet in the boyfriend department.
In the mass of people his eye is drawn to a gorgeous guy in skinny jeans, tight punk rock t-shirt, eye liner, and gelled hair.