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First, I have been remiss. I finished this book very shortly before the release date and haven't put my butt in a chair to review it since. This, however, has NOTHING to do with the quality of this novel or how much I enjoyed it.
Sally Ride is my favorite character in this series and I was hoping that the author would give us more about her. She's flawed. She's feisty (sometimes). She's loyal to those who earn it. She's vengeful to those who would harm her loved ones. And she's smart.
Sally turns an absolutely awful situation in an abusive marriage into an opportunity to fight organized crime and corruption and she does it with style and determination and only a little thought to the risks she takes.
There are no high-tech gadgets at her disposal. Just her wits and her love for her son, and for Alex. And her hatred of her abusive husband, Billy.
Ms. Hodge gives us her finest writing to date with a rip-roaring pace, and a lot of explanations of what and why things happened in the trilogy. I hope she decides to give us a bit more :)
The story is exceptional but the language is horrendous! If you can get past it, you will love this book and the previous three books in this series.