Okay okay I get it. It can't realły be what I think of as not-so-good ending when it's the author's "world" and she decides everything in it but.....I'm soooo disappointed. It was very unsatisfying after a 13 book series total. I feel like the whole arc of the series was to really understand her and Eric together, and I realize allllll the many reasons why that's a tough one, so would it really have been so bad for her to have an HEA with him? (There are ways she could have had Freyda taken out of the equation). She mentions in the last paragraph she would survive if her and Sam didn't work out. I understand "girl power" but is believing in love (even if I'm sad over who the beau is at the end), and declaring her character happy and with a partner in life so bad?
Thank you for a great series Mrs. Harris, you are so talented and your Sookie books have brought me much enjoyment, but I'm sorry to say I wish it ended differently!
Erin McCarthy Fast Track series
Great as usual! I have to admit it took a few false starts to warm up to her on the first book but either I got used to her accent, she toned it down a bit, or a combo of both, but this one has been just as good as the rest of the series. You definitely end up thinking she IS Sookie!
I always love the shifter thing, although that was not a big part of the story. Very clever and intriguing how the characters from past/future reconnect. And the ending was very sweet and felt natural for the couple.
I enjoyed the first one more and will definitely check out the 3rd when it's available in audio.
I thought the narrator did a fair job but I really disliked how snarky/annoyed she made the main female character sound. Glory was already written way too sarcastic for my taste but the narrating kicked it up a notch....or three. The male lead was a similar situation. Even though he was supposed to be an alpha, it just didn't come across that way due to the writing and narrating combo. I think that was more of a character issue for me though.
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