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I can't really explain how exited & pleased I was at received an email from the Author saying she changed her mind about Suicide ", the original title and making it into a three part trilogy. Let's just leave it at there may have been some singing, The Happy, Happy, Joy
Joy song & the happy dance might've made a brief appearance.
This third of the new trilogy is excellent!! :) The author took a mediocre, at best, short story & turns it into an incredible novel!! She superbly snakes around the existing material and proficiently pours powerful scenes into the narrative that grab your attention and not let it go. Also, I really like that she is keeping this trilogy in the same universe of " The Blood & Bones Trabsolutely cake &It means we already have a basic working knowledge of the paranormal place & persons. There's no time wasted in big chunks of world &/or character building.
I absolutely cannot wait for the next two booka.
This series is loosely linked to the Blood and Bone Trilogy. Some of the past characters show up at the police station and with the pack. Most of the story takes place in Seattle. Since I read only two of the Blood and Bone books, and the last one was two years ago, I had a foggy recollection of events. To add to my confusion, the author explains there is a prequel out that is woven into this story, a beginning I never read. I didn't even flip 3 pages and I was going back to the beginning. What was that date? Where am I now - Is this a look back or in the present? And if that wasn't enough I'm getting immersed in two different lives, that of Lachlan (human) and Vector (werewolf). Pretty soon the back story didn't interest me, I wanted the two to reconnect.
Lachlan has suffered for the last three years. He had no idea he was suffering from the mate pull / loss and by the end of this story, it's still not explained to him! You would think having a cousin working there in the police force that another wolf would recognize the symptoms. But no, the suspense must build to where you're waiting for resolve. Well guess what, it never happens.
It's really sad when a dedicated detective leaves his life's work and is existing on ramen noodles. That $500.00 is the answer to prayers. And at the end of the book there isn't resolve with that, either. Does Vector stay and is he able to get out of the FBI? Will he explain the mate pull?
Vector is living on his own prayer, not eating enough or sleeping well. His wolf half is becoming undone. Too much travel, stress over the job, and no consideration from his work partner. It's a recipe for disaster. Vector comes across as having no feelings, as coasting along, not investing himself. So when he hits Seattle and learns about his old partner Lachlan, he's so far removed, he acts unconcerned. He hides behind a mask but then Lachlan does too. Is it any wonder the ratings on this story are sinking fast?
I honestly feel this is a story to read when the second one comes out. And the continuing story better rehash these two guys so we can get past their 'Need to talk' and into whether they reconnect as mates.
I keep shaking my head over this story. The alpha should have been on the phone figuring out where one of her pack was, how he was, and helping him. I don't understand how so many could drop the ball to help Lachlan and Vector separately and together. It's a frustrating read wrapped up in solving a serial killer mystery. And guess what - The killer was caught but no follow up to see if that whole cult is gone. I kept thinking the old lady at the apartment was involved, her and her tea leaves. - Dan's Wife
I am a fan of the Blood and Bone series, so I had high hopes for this. It needs work, though. :(