(I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).
(This review may contain spoilers).
Having read the second book in this series, I jumped at the chance to read the third book when the author offered it to me in exchange for a review.
Although it’s been a little while since I last visited this world, I only had a short time of confusion before I settled back into the world and its characters.
The idea of the Solsti is quite an interesting one. The women in this series aren’t overpowered heroines and I think their powers had realistic limitations to them.
Although Gin was clearly reluctant to use her powers, I felt that reluctance made sense. The glimpses of her past made her come across as more of a well-rounded character.
I really liked the relationship between Gin and Matthias. It was nice to see an almost playful side to their interactions, as well as the conflict that helped add another dimension to their relationship. It’s far less interesting to see a perfect relationship.
It was nice to see the characters from the previous book, too, especially Brooke and Kai. I liked seeing their relationship. It was also nice to see other characters I hadn’t seen before.
I found this book really well-written and easy to read. I kept avidly reading to find out what would happen next and I really cared about the characters and what happened to them. I will definitely read book four when it comes out and at some point in the future, I do want to read book one.