I loved Joline. So I enjoyed this book more then the others. She was strong and independent, a great combo.
This book read like a murder mystery game, I just couldn't get into it. The narrator was great but not even that could help. I did finish it but it wasn't easy.
This book was another of the same, it was alright, nothing special but a decent read. I think a reader with a more mature voice would have made a big difference.
Very good. I've read better but I've certainly read worse. I've hit a dry spot in finding a good book so I got a Hannah Howell. She always satisfies.
The narration was good and I loved the shape shifting angle, The story and the characters were well developed and held my interest until the end. I will be looking for more.
This story was to repetitious. This whole story could have been condensed into a couple of chapters and I wouldn't have missed a thing. I knew from the beginning what was going to happen. There were no surprises.
Slow and dragging until the end, it got better then but it was to little to late.
This was a great book. I'm so sorry it's the end of this trilogy. It had suspense, intrigue, romance, happiness and sadness. I wish there was more.
I enjoyed the book but by the time I was 75% through I was tired of hearing how the hero was not good enough because of his terrible child hood and his brutal way of making a living. Then the ending drew me right back in. When the heroine finally stopped being scared and took control.
Great improvement, narration and story. It was gripping, intriguing and exciting. I couldn't put it down. I look forward to the next in the series.
this was a great Book. I wish it was a series. Great characters, great story, and great narration.
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