I decided not to include a synopsis so as not to provide spoilers for those who haven't read the first 3 books in the series. Go ahead, read them already! :)
The Van Alen Legacy, for me, is the best in the series so far. Melissa de la Cruz's style seems to have improved in her latest book. The book featured Schuyler's, Bliss's, and Mimi's POVs, and I was glad that each chapter indicated which character's thoughts were being narrated. That saved me from the confusion I got from the three other novels, wherein I, sometimes, had to read a couple of paragraphs before I realized whose perspective it was. The plot was very unexpected, not at all what I was expecting coming off from the third book. Though I'm not complaining, after all, who wants a predictable story? Okay, I'm getting a bit spoiler-y here...
Though I did say that Melissa de la Cruz's writing style has improved, I'm still not a fan of it. I particularly don't really like she used ellipses all over the place (or book). Ellipses are good for effect. But when a whole paragraph is filled with it, hmm... it's not so great. Still, I still love the plot and the characters (ehem, Jack Force, ehem) so I'm going to keep watching out for this series.
As for the cover, it's gorgeous as usual (all the Blue Bloods books' covers are gorgeous!) but it's my favorite among the bunch! :)
Book Love: 4/5