Movie review: Lost Girl (Season 2)

Lost Girl is a Canadian supernatural crime drama television series that focus on the gorgeous and charming Bo (Anna Silk) a supernatural (Fae World) being called a succubus.

Lost Girl is a Canadian supernatural crime drama television series that focus on the gorgeous and charming Bo (Anna Silk) a supernatural (Fae World) being called a succubus. She feeds on the energy of humans, most especially if she is healing a wound or cuts attained in a fatal fight or accidents. Season one of the series portray Bo trying to refuse to embrace her supernatural Fae World  (clan system) and its inflexible hierarchy, she therefore takes up the role of fighting  for the vulnerable while searching for the truth about her mysterious origins.

While Bo learns more about her true being, she indulges in relationships that will be tested and ignite passion, hindering her true calling.  

In season 2, the World of Fae is in chaos following Bo’s quick-tempered reunion with her mother, which led to the people closest to her sacrificing their powers to save her but the price the pay is too high.

Bo‘s love for Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried) a “wolf-shifter” and a detective in the human world is in jeopardy because he sacrificed his love for Bo to give her the strength to defeat her mother. As part of a deal with the Norn, Dyson is left with just the memory of their relationship and he is unable to feel his old passion for Bo.

Bo tries to win him back but it’s all in vain because Dyson is reunited with his wolves mate for life and old love Ciara. But this doesn’t last long because his love for Bo is restored by the Norn after a coerced deal with Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) Bo’s best friend and sidekick.

 

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