I have really enjoyed this series, so far. However, this book includes to much background information from previous books and the plot is incredibly predictable. One of the reasons I continued to read this series is because I was looking forward to seeing the characters grow and develop through their relationships and actions. Gin started the series as a distinct, layered and complicated character. In this book she is none of these things. In fact she loses almost any credibility as a character that she had. She is this mysterious shadowy assassin with magical powers, but is seems that by the end of the book the only person who doesn't know that is her nemesis Mab Monroe. For a shadowy assassin she doesn't do overly much to protect her secret. That being said, the one redeeming factor of the book was the whole situation with Bria and Owen. This book is about her Gin's tangled emotional threads. About her love for Grayson, love she finally accepts and about her estranged sister and the difficult but hopeful reunion between the two siblings. Unfortunately, Estep ended up getting tangled in her own writing. While the reunion was nicely done as a whole it happened 200 pages too late to save the book. Despite all that I can't say that I hated the book. I didn't find it terribly interesting or exciting and I skipped a lot of pages. In my opinion it is the weakest in an otherwise solid and intriguing series. I will read the next book in hopes that it is much better. Although it deserves one star, I'm giving it 2 based on the strength of the series and my hope for its future.
This is my last book of the series. It was boring and I barely got through it.
Once again Samantha Rain saves the day. This is one of the best books in the series. I'm giving it 4 stars because ut is short. The length of the book is my only complaint.
This is an entertaining read. It has a good plot, engaging characters and great setting.
I really enjoyed the first book. This one, not so much. I found it silly and not worth the bother.
Kate Shugak is usually a gauranteed good book. This one felt like a collection of stories sewn together with Kate as witness and active participant. At the end of each scene or story was the phrase I hate Breakup or some variation. It was okay but that's all I can really say. I hope the next book is better.
I really don't have a lot to say. As far as plot goes, this is a recreation of the first two books. The only difference is the location. I couldn't finish this book and will not get another one in this series.
I love this series. I only wish that life was easier for Agatha. She needs a break. I'm hoping for good things to happen to her in future books.
This book is the best of the series so far. Both the characters and the plot are very realistic. I enjoy the realistic way that Steve is overcoming his past and creating a new future for himself. I also like the relationship with his dog. This is a great series and I look forward to the next book.
This is a great follow up to the first book. It's well written and has a fast pace. I enjoyed it immensely. I will listen to the next book.
This is a realistic and entertaining story. The characters and plot are believable and engaging. Rochester of course is the star. The narrator was okay. He didn't add to the story nor did he take away from it. I plan to read the next book.
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