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Noooo so disappointed
Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2021
I really enjoyed the first two books in this series. I even read the first in the Hades POV and enjoyed it. This book however did not deliver. It was hard to read because it just didn’t hold together. There was little to no character development. Hades and Sephy’s love story seems to continue the same as always: see each other get it on, midunderstanding push away, little to no communication and maybe way more sex scenes than necessary and I’m normally all for those. The sex scenes just seemed like they came every other page and never led to anything. Also Sephy’s trauma from her almost rape is there but she never really deals with it. But then at the end she is cool with it. Weird! Not to mention Sephy still doesn’t know about Hades business dealings, he is still keeping things from her but somehow he still thinks they are equals. Also what equal wouldn’t encourage you to protect yourself, encourage you to become better instead of baby you and try to lock you away continually. Also who edited this book? Repeated paragraphs and some sentences had so many errors I had to reread them and then try to interpret them from context clues. Yeah the characters were stagnant and the story development was drawn out and not really interesting. Not sure that I will read the next one. It felt so hard to get through this one.