I couldn't remember the detailed histories of the repeat characters but loved it anyway. It is always a please to read these author.
There's a lot to like about this book. Finn's character is amazing and intriguing. Cat - not so much. The book is way too long. It would have been great to cut to the chase wtihout everything in the middle. And I can't quite forgive Cat for what she does to Richard but can't say much more without giving away spoilers.
I would have given it 4 1/2 if that were possible. While I still love Evie, I was getting a little weighed down by her bad decisions and not even listening to anyone's story. In the end, though, I was more than satisfied with the finale. I even got teary listening to the acknowledgements!
I was pretty shocked when I got to the end and the story didn't finish. For some reason, thought this was a trilogy. And with audiobooks, you don't always see that you're near the end!
I really love this series and can't wait to see how it all comes together.
Maybe my expectations were too high after reading other Molly Harper books. These characters were not particularly amusing. And the main character's Boston/Irish accent was just horrible. I cringed for the first hour trying to figure out what the narrator was trying to do. I suppose it would be a hard mix to pull off but it was seriously distracting. The love interest had an equally annoying voice. I'm just glad it's over!
I think my favorite part was listening to the narrator do the character's voices in warrior form. You can't get that reading a book!
I enjoy this series and this was a nice addition. My only complaint is that it seemed to end abruptly without any closure. I guess that's what you get with a short story. Looking forward to the characters returning in a full length book.
I'm usually a sucker for a good time travel romance but this one just had too many problems. The characters changed history again and again. One character was able to use silly American idioms in his poor gaelic. And maybe some of the dialogue sounded more absurd coming from a male narrator.
I finished the book hoping it would make more sense but sadly, no. It was really too unbelievable.
This was such an amazing book. I kept waiting to be disappointed somehow but it never happened. I had to stop and take breaks just to give myself some breathing room.
I loved the characters and enjoyed the story for the most part. My 4 stars is because of the continuing darker and more horrible events that happen throughout the book. I don't enjoy the feeling of despair and always like to know there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Edmund was a unique and fascinating hero.
The book started as a twist on the Cinderella story but took on some strange and fun twists. I really enjoyed it and think the narration was a big plus.
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