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*Tried to make this as spoiler free as possible, but you should at least be up to date with the series*
Silver-Tongued Devil was action packed through and through. It had me on the seat of my pants the whole way. As a matter of fact, Christen from Goldilox and the Three Weres was hounding me and Jennifer from The Book Nympho to hurry up and finish this book. She was dying to talk to someone about this read-a-long installment. LOL!
Every time I thought “shit hit the fan” or had a jaw dropped moment, there was more…and then more…and then more. So much happened in this book, so many surprises that this is by FAR my favorite book of the series.
Sabina is in a great place in her life, for the first time. Sabina and Adam’s relationship has flourished and they’re doing great. I’m happy for them, but I have to say that I feel like I missed something there. All of the sudden they are head over heels in LOVE! This is great by the way, but I wish I was able to see more of their love developing, how they came to living together, etc.
Relationships are tested over and over in this one. Sabina and Adam have a VERY bumpy ride in this book, as well as Sabina and Maisie, Giguhl and PW (Pussy Willow), Georgia and Mac, the list goes on. Maisie is still struggling to come to terms with what happened in New Orleans. She’s not the same person and likely will never be.
STD (hehe) had sex, murder, mystery, love and fighting. There was roller derby, Pussy Willow, sadness, defeat and victory. This book had me all over the map and yelling out things like ”I knew it” and “Oh $hit”. I don’t want to spoil it all as I will be discussing more in my read a long post but this is a MUST READ in the series. I can’t wait to see how it all ends!
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I think this is the best book in the series so far. It is full of "edge of your seat action" and leaves you wanting more.I am looking forward to the next book in this series.
Cynthia Holloway has done another great job of bringing the characters alive and making them believable. Overall a very good read/listen.
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