This is the fifth novel in this series and to be honest my least favorite book. Vishous is my least favorite of the brothers, but that doesn’t mean I’m biased… this will still get an honest review.
“I love you. And I’m going to keep loving you even after you don’t know I exist.”
What I Liked:
- Vishious’ growth throughout the book, he was significantly less liked at the beginning of the book than at the end of the book.
- Jane is a great independent character and she brings out the best in Vishious.
- The introduction of Cormia to the series… she’s a very understandable and likeable character with plenty of depth and life.
- Relationship growth is terrific in this book… if it wasn’t there wouldn’t be any point in writing this particular book. XD
- How the relationship of the entire brotherhood changes, in some ways they became a tighter group.
What I Disliked:
- Vishious as an individual… I just don’t like him, his inner-dialog makes it impossible to like him. I tried to like him, I really hoped I would, but alas that did not happen.
- Qhuinn and Blay’s weird relationship so far is not a likeable thing. I’d tell you why, but it would ruin future books.
- Vishious’ relationship with dear ol’ mom. I wish I could elaborate, but I have nothing I could add without giving away most of the book.
- The book left me with a few unanswered questions… unfortunately none of them have been answered as of yet.