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I'm really enjoying these books and have to admit that the burgeoning relationship between Del and Roarke works really well. Del is afraid to give up her secrets but so does Roarke. They are perfect for each other. It's obvious that they have a smouldering passion between them. Oh Roarke might try to keep his distance from Del, but you could cut the tension between them with a knife, but it's the secrets they both hide that keeps them on their toes and clearly at arms length !
Del as a lead character shines. She has a sense of fun that just works but it's her quirks that set her apart. With her dragon like soul, it's easy to understand Del's leanings, but I was surprised with her abilities. This all added greatly to the adventure as Del and Roarke took in all manner of challenges and finally come to drop all the pretenses and confess their secrets. Again, it's Linsey Hall's attention to historical detail that I enjoyed and it certainly elevates these stories and this time we travel from a Klondike gold rush steamboat to Cambridge in England and even as far as a slate mine in Wales! Expect creatures of legend, but most of all expect a rollicking good adventure that keeps you entertained until the last page.
The characters are well written and are believable. To me, the characters seem like real people; people you could run into in the local pub and have a conversation with. The storylines also seem plausible. I like the way each book starts and finishes a story arc but there is a theme linking everything together. And the theme isn't just for the one young woman. Even though this series is Del's, there is carry through from Cass's story (and you really do need to read them in order).
I can't wait for the next book to come out and I have a feeling this is going to be an overall series I return to again and again.
The story kept me interested and am anxious to see what will happen next!