So, investigation 'is this another pushing away in this series' continues. Lol.
But I will be back to that. I want to talk about the blurb. It's misleading. Freya never blamed Ridley for her brothers dead. Not that I'm sad about it, considering that I wouldn't had been happy reader, if she was blaming Ridley, when he wasn't to blame for it.
Back on pushing away matter... Considering, Ridley's background, I for sure was expecting pushing away of guilt in this story. And not because of Freyas brother. But nope. This is a first book in the series that don't have pushing away. That was a nice surprise. There was putting some space between by Ridley, but it wasn't in the pushing away category for me. I was good with it. Ridley actually was pretty amazing with his feelings for Freya. He himself was pretty good too.
But while I'm good with Ridley, not so much with Freya. Though, I have to say there was one moment, when I was proud of her. I'm not a fan when h don't have steel in her backbone. I don't mind them to not to like violence, and try to avoid it if possible, but at the end if needs it, they stand for themself. Freya it's not like that. She let people to bully her. Everywhere. Everytime. And excuse she gave why she didn't stand up for herself? It's just that, an excuse. Yes, there is a time you needs to stand back, but there is a time you need to stand up. And there was too many times for me when she people to walk all over her. It's not healthy for my nerves. Lol. Though, good thing there wasn't that kind of scenes good part of the end of the book.
Another thing that I'm wondering about... Timelines between books. I'm wondering did I miss something, forget some details, or is it really don't match. There was things in 3rd and 4th books, that mention Ridley and Freya, that not really adds up here for me. Not that its messing up the story here, I'm just curious.