This series has been one of my all-time favourite series so I was looking forward to this book almost as much as I was dreading it. I didn’t want to see the end but I really wanted Noc to be rewarded for all that he had done and all that he was.

I, like many others, I am sure, hated Franka. I could not see anyway she could ever redeem herself after everything she had done previously. But of course I should have had more faith in the talents of Kristen Ashley because of course she would make me not just forgive Franka but to respect and admire her.

It goes without saying that I loved all things Noc and I have been wanting him to get his own epic love but he really wasn’t all that I had built him up in my head to be and I feel bad for admitting I was a little bit disappointed. I don’t know I think I have been spoiled by the men in the series and for me Noc just fell a little short.

“You don’t have to thank me, Frannie. The gig is, you should expect that shit from me because that’s who I am to you. I’m yours. I’m your guy. And there’s nothing of mine that’s not yours to have.”

I loved seeing all the little lose ends tied up but I again felt like it fell a little short of what I was expecting. I wanted more of the secondary romance and maybe a little less of the filler. It felt like they defeated the evil and saved the world in Broken Dove and maybe that should have been the end. This book just didn’t have the same feel as the rest of the series and there were moments I thought it was going to be steered in that direction but they just didn’t eventuate. 

In saying all of that it is a normal well written, well edited Kristen Ashley book and I didn’t hate it I just wanted so much to love it. And to be fair I don’t know if there was ever a possibility of me being happy with the conclusion of this series. So I guess I will finish by saying how sad I am it’s over and how grateful I am I can revisit at any opportunity.


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