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I was extremely eager to get my hands on this book, and thankfully, it lived up to my eager anticipation of it!
I found Jo to be an extremely unique heroine! I loved that she was both potential shifter and witch, and loved that her uniqueness was used to explain Fiona. I also liked how Jo’s past was handled, especially with the trauma in it. It was a far cry from the author’s Brides of the Kindred series that I had objected to so strongly in the past.
I enjoyed Reese’s dichotomy, how he was the educated grease monkey mechanic. I also enjoyed his shifter abilities and what he could do with them, and the legends surrounding them. Reese was a very caring and protective hero, and I found it extremely easy to connect with him!
The plot had several twists and turns in it, and was definitely a continuation of the events of book 2 of this series. It left things unresolved enough that there can be another book in this series, as there are many unanswered questions, as well as a teaser of the new hero. I have to say that this book and series has really turned me around on this author, and I eagerly await any further installments in the series!
4 stars out of 5