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Not the best of the series in my humble opinion.
Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2020
Spoilers* I had high hopes, the opening scene has Tad and Zee, and I love the byplay. Then we get a hint of Christy being herself and i got a little worried. But it's fine, here comes under hill with some trouble. And Wulfe is stalking, nicely? All this while I'm ignoring the "trouble " between Mercy and Adam. Seems overdone at this point. Not saying they can't disagree or have rough patches, but short of death, they got it. Then bam, rogue werewolves. All right! Double trouble! Time for everyone to pull together and get this figured out. Nope. All factions stick their respective noses in their respective sands. After everyone played so well together in Italy. Big bad Fae running around, no one can say his name. Strange werewolves that weren't that much of a threat and were there because of the witches, ok. Adam is death cursed. . . um, ok. The big bad Fae is rumplestiltskin ya'll. Not ok. And Mercy figured this all out. On her own. And if course being her dad's daughter, she has some immunity. I really love this series, but I like the world building and cohesiveness of the different factions working together, or apart. We really didn't even get that many pack members having more than a few lines besides about 5, Mercedes and Adam included. I feel like this book is just a set-up for the next one. The next plot is really good, but a few things have to happen for it to make sense and so we got this. But hey, the walking stick is back, and that stick is my effing hero. So this one was not my fave. Still my favorite author and I would read toilet paper reviews if she wrote them.