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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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In Last Chance, we meet the Shay's, Sinsudee (Sin) and her brother Manakai (Kai). Wealthy, powerful, and very dangerous. They are willing to pay off a massive debt to free Del Givliani from the Core, a powerful company that is in every way a massive criminal organization. He'd been tied to the Core, forced to do things he wasn't proud of, to pay off his father's debts and save his brother. The Shay's have their own reasons for saving him, but Del is worried that he's gone from the frying pan to the fire.
Del is the quintessential bad boy. Sexy, dangerous, and suspicious of what he's gotten himself into. He's also head-over-heels in lust with the beautiful Sin Shay. Sin is attracted as well and has trouble remembering she Del's boss. Kai is an intriguing combination of sexy charm and knife-edge dangerous. These are all strong, well thought out characters and I was really happy that Sunscapes is a trilogy so I'll be able to spend more time with all the main and secondary characters.
The plot is great, convoluted, exciting, and draws you in from the first page. Intricate plotting and solid characters are O'Leary trademarks. All her books are keepers, the kind you save to reread to visit old friends. Book 2 of the Trilogy, "Here There Be Dragons" is out now and I'm off to continue the adventure. Enjoy.
The undeclared war between two major trading houses in the far future has a distinctly Machiavellian air of Renaissance Italy.
The characters are well written - the Shaw twins are a delight and the romance between Sin and Dev is cautious and inexorable.
I'm looking forward to the next pair of characters' story!