That’s all I could think as I read this book. Finally, a book in this series that was as good as I wanted it to be, as good as I knew it could be. For me anyway.
I love how two people can read the same book, feel completely opposite about it, and both still be totally valid and right.
From book #1 through book #2 in this series, all I could think was that they were almost right up my alley. They were almost awesome (by my snobby standards anyway).
After all, they had a lot of the ingredients I love; but I just felt like something was missing and I couldn’t put my finger on it (aside from the Bermuda love triangle of the second book, I KNEW I hated that). I wanted to love the MC Sinners, HARD. I loved the characters and the environment, but no dice.
Well whatever was missing for me in book one and two was totally present in book three. I REALLY liked this one. And best of all, I got to revisit all the characters from books one and two – and in a weird way I felt like a lot of issues I previously had with those characters were resolved for me in this installment.
So in the end, I’m glad I stuck with this series, because sometimes it’s the third book that makes it all worth it (Black Dagger Brotherhood Book 3, Lover Awakened anyone? – No, this is not THAT good, nothing is, but you get what I’m saying…)
So for those of you who thought the first one was decent and the second one “meh” (or yeh) give this one a shot.
And if you got it as part of her 3 book / 2 novellas bundle, count yourself lucky. Because I LOVED the added Christmas novella and surprise new series teaser too.