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The best part of the book is at the end when revelations are made. Other than that, the plot was a bit slow and the trope used (amnesia) was a bit unnatural but overall a good read
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I absolutely love this series. Spotless is such a fun read and it was a joy hearing it. Worth the $$S
I struggled with the first quarter of this book because I needed Island to be ok. I needed more of those random jokes I grew accustomed to and the situation Island found herself in just wasn't funny at all. Just as I was getting antsy March reappears and the wild ride begins. What a book!
You know how some books claim to be Action & Adventure with a side of Romance? Well I've only ever found 2 books that can truly make that claim - this seried and Anita Clenney's Relic Seekers series.
For starters, it kinda kills the action momentum when the 'bad guys' are obliging enough to hold off on attacking so the H&h can get their rocks off. It also reduces my opinion of how clever and badass the lead characters are if they think they have time to squeeze in a little hanky panky between running for their lives. Needless to say the Spotless series does not suffer from this affliction.
The writing is sharp, I even learned a few words.
The descriptions put you in the midst of the action.
The random bursts of humour give your heart a chance to beat again before you have a heart attack.
The characters make you curious. None of them are all bad or all good and sometimes it's hard to decide if you like them or not or whose side they're on. They certainly leap off the page/earbud!
I am absolutely eager to see what else March & Island might get up to. Write on Ms Monk!
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I've really enjoyed this series so I was looking forward to this book. Unfortunately like many authors who have run out of steam this author does the usual: split up our hero and heroine and add a complication that wipes out the story we have become invested in so far. This installment is also more fantastical with far more drastic leaps into unlikely technology than even the last book. I gave up before the end - I just didn't care anymore sadly.