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Just Vishous & Jane & Phury & Cormia & John!
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2019
If you dislike a book written from a dual POV, then you'll hate this book for its written from four or five different POVs. There were times you can't tell immediately who's talking. This gives you more than whiplash. I thought this would be a book with Vishous and Jane as the main characters with the other brothers and their mates making appearances. However, there's Vishous, Jane, Phury, Cormia and John as the main characters. You're given all of their POVs at different times and their roles are as major as Vishous. I was left confused, unhappy and downright angry after reading this book.
Some things made no sense and certainly didn't encourage me to read additional books, especially not at $7.99 a book. This book left me with plenty of unanswered questions with no feeling of satisfaction. What cost did Vishous and Jane pay and why was their cost so high? Nothing was resolved for Phury and Cormia and you're left not really caring what happens with them. John's story has been drawn out entirely too long. I won't read more books hoping Darius would return. Does John or Beth really need him? And, how did the Directrix get away with her actions right under the nose of the Scribe Virgin? The Scribe Virgin is not the end all - there is one more powerful. Yeah, right? How did Vishous' twin get overlooked all this time? Just something to dangle, enticing you to keep reading the series.
After rereading Father Mine, I'm finished with this series unless other books are put on sale. Disappointment describes how I'm left feeling about this book and the series.