(Book 3 in a trilogy.)
For reasons that began in the last one this book rubbed me the wrong way.
I’m doing this spoiler-free so forgive the innuendos and hints. And I still recommend this series. It has such a different feel.
Essentially things didn’t go my way in the last book. Therefore watching the storyline continue towards an ending I don’t want is frustrating as hell. I won’t find it satisfying so I couldn’t see the point in reading it.
Also – the story line went from stretch of the imagination to freaking ludicrous.
And character traits that had been mildly annoying started to feel like sandpaper on a sunburn. Honey, if you don’t understand why he loves you I don’t understand it either.
The death knell was a booky-wooky no-no for yours truly. There are a few plot devices that ruin an entire book for me. When that occurred here I was hanging on by my fingernails – and I just let go.