Although, Juliet's heart still yearns for Montgomery and her body aches for the medicine that maintains her animal urges under control -- Juliet wants to rebuild her live. Creating a cure is her only hope, then she can forget everything. Forget Moreau Island. Unfortunately for her,
Once again, Megan Shepherd used the retell pattern, basing the story on Jekyll and Hyde. The effect wasn't as moving as The Madman's Daughter but only because Dr. Moreau was an evil genius badass and is a tough act to follow. The love triangle remained with a steamy hot sex scene worth rereading. All in all, the book is a nice follow-up to the first, even if, one can't help but ask themselves ''Where is this all leading to?''