Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2020
Going into the fifth book of an established series can be a bit risky, but this is well done to standalone. You get references to other characters and book plots, but there isn't anything here that makes you HAVE TO read all the books. I greatly appreciate that.

For the content of this, it's long enough for me to seesaw on how much I like it. It's well-written and hits several notes that I loved, but it’s also a bit much in places. Jared and Christian's relationship is a bit choppy, most likely due to the brief snippets used to introduce them, and I don't know that I really like how it all got smoothed over to get to their happily ever after. It's a solid story, though, so I am interested in reading more from the series.
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