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Evenfall Volume II: Director's Cut (In the Company of Shadows) Paperback – September 28, 2014
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This book was so much more than I ever expected it to be.
I'm not really sure what to say as nothing I say will come close to describing this book, how it made me feel and the extent to which I totally lost myself in it.
At first my main concern (because all said and done I'm a hopeless romantic) was the relationship between Sin and Boyd, would we ever get them where we want them, communicating and truly together it's frustrating as hell at times and it became obvious the mission in Mexico would make or break them as a couple.
I was so focused on this aspect of the book that the mission kind of snuck up on me. My genre is romance all kinds of romance and that's always without exception the priority for me, now don't get me wrong I like my romance wrapped in a good story but here the writing, the descriptions, secondary characters and just Sin and Boyd themselves managed to pull me into this story to the extent where I'd have kept reading regardless. At one point it looked bleak, okay at several points it looked bleak but I realised I was so into this book that even if the relationship fell away I'd still be reading and while you might think this is obvious it's the first time I remember it happening to me.
This mission is their most difficult yet and it makes for an agonising read at times, Sin and Boyd find themselves in Mexico set up in a crappy apartment Sin is expected to find a job and socialize with people after he's been isolated and treated like an abomination all his life, surely they must realise how difficult this would be for him but they just don't care.
Boyd is sent to evaluate the area and find escape routes, which is dangerous in itself when he's deep in drug territory.
Have I mentioned how much I hate the Agency?
After the scene in the first book when we encounter Sin in the box I didn't have a lot of love for the Agency, this got worse the more I read and in this book I positively hate the Agency and Connors in particular although it has to be said I have a long mental list of people I want to die and that again has never happened to me before. The treatment of their own agents is unbelievable and I wanted something dreadful to happen to a lot of them.
This book like the previous one is simply amazing, I only found it due to reviews on Goodreads, and while I know the authors are working on this series I hope they continue because this should be out there, it should be widely available so more people can read what is turning out to be an incredible series and I don't say this lightly, I also don't give 5* often or easily.