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But then she makes the inexplicable decision to let a guy who was yarking all over the floor put off his session out of sympathy, which, wouldn't you know it, was exactly why he made himself sick. I can't believe an experienced military interrogator doesn't know this trick.
The whole thing with Emily just feels hollow. For some reason, she's distant with Mel, and that whole thing where she gets together with Hunter happens unseen. She goes from barely tolerating the guy to jumping down Mel's throat in his defense. It seems like the author just felt obligated to throw some Emily stuff in, but didn't want to devote any page space to developing her character.
And this might not bother some people, but it did me: I did not need to have a sex scene constructed in my brain that culminated with a finger in the anus. No, thanks. Lucas didn't even wash it afterwards, and I'm left disgusted. Her personal preferences aside, I question why Illene would want to turn off a chunk of her readership. I don't even know if I want to read the next book.
Why not? I can't really point to any one thing that was done poorly. Maybe it's just that the series doesn't have that new-book smell three installments in. It could also partly be the convoluted order that the various pieces are written in, where the next thing to read after book 2 isn't book 3. As a matter of honesty, I should admit that I didn't read the short stories that apparently go between Darkness Taunts and Darkness Divides, and I'm not sure if that may have affected how I felt about the plot. There were a couple of minor editing errors, but nothing that interfered with reading the book. Overall the plot and characterization remain strong, although perhaps the fact that Melena is no longer afflicted with human frailty takes something away from the tension of earlier battles and the particular charm she has as a lead.
Whatever the reason, I want to finish by reiterating that I love this series as a whole and I did enjoy this installment, even if not quite as much. If you haven't read Darkness Haunts, it's absolutely worth doing, and if you've been reading the series, well, you don't need me to tell you it's great.
I felt some of the parts with Emily felt unfinished, though that could be because there is more to come in future books related to her. And after having read all the books now, my one quip about Melena is sometimes her arguments and physical aggression towards Lucas seem pointless and excessive. I think Melena has already proven she is strong and capable, and the fact that she has a nephilim boyfriend doesn't take away from that so her outburst seem childish already. Besides that I love the chemistry between the two and I enjoy reading about all the other characters who've returned, even Kerbasi.