Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2019
I would give this a solid 3.5 stars. I liked Kel and Ivy, and I thought they worked well together as a couple. They balance each other out. I did, however, have a couple of issues.

First, everyone expects Kel to magically forgive his mother for dropping him and his sister off at their grandparents when he was 12 and not returning until he was 18. I found her excuse to be a bit weak. Even if she didn't feel like she was capable of raising her kids during that time, she could have visited and explained what was going on. Yes, Kel should have given her a chance to explain to begin with, but he had every right to be upset and people shouldn't have been pushing him so hard to forgive her.

The second is Ivy and her brother. She kept saying he was untrustworthy, yet she turns around and puts her trust in him again. How many dangerous situations does he have to put her in before enough is enough?

I did like how the group embraces Ivy, even though she tries to keep herself aloof and feels like an outsider. When the going gets tough, they all surround her and show her just how much they consider her a part of their group.

Overall, I thought this was a good addition to the series. Despite the issues I had with it, I enjoyed the book.
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