My review: 5 stars
*** I received an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review.
As with the first two books in the Hellcat series, I loved this installment. I think the author strikes a nice balance between each character's perspective.I actually found myself enjoying Julius' views a little more than Gabi's this time around. We see a more vulnerable side of her in this book and it added another depth to the character that was enjoyable. As an old enemy comes sniffing around, Gabi's true heritage is revealed, thus putting Julius further on edge. Along with a threat Gabi had been previously unaware of and that Julius tried to hide, there are some tense moments in this book.
This entire series is such a fantastic example of urban fantasy at it finest. It's become one of my favorites. The author has a gift for pulling the reader into the dark world of her vampires and the friends. I had a very hard time putting this book down. It kept me up until the wee hours of the morning.There was a cliffhanger at the end, but I, personally, don't mind. This one was particularly intriguing in such a "Holy shit! I need book four now!" sort of way. I actually laughed after reading it and thought to myself- Damn, Sharon is evil. I highly recommend immersing yourself in this series if you haven't already. If you enjoy powerful, brooding vampires, a kick-ass heroine and a supporting cast of characters that with every page you'll want to know more about, then this series is for you. If you've already been drawn into Gabi's world, this installment will not leave you disappointed!
Well done, Miss Hannaford, well done!
You can read my reviews for the previous two books by following the links below. The links will take you away from this blog to A Thousand Lives Book Blog.
A Cat's Chance in Hell
All Hell Breaks Loose
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