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Willa's trademark inner monologue is still as fun as always. The Abcurse brothers are their wonderful selves. The problem? They are separated for parts of the book. The book is five stars for me together and four when they are apart. Now, the separation needed to happen. Willa needed to have some growing and learning time, and that just wasn't going to happen with the overprotective brothers around. With them gone, Willa has to try to learn to deal with her powers all by herself with some unsurprisingly destructive side effects. Willa shows some real growth in this novel when forced to face things by herself. I loved that in this book we start getting some concrete answers about what exactly is going on with Willa and how this whole God/Sol/dweller system works. I likes Cyrus and his role in this novel. I'm excited about what we get to see in the next novel
What will also make some people jump for joy is the steam level gets turned up a notch. This book hits one of the patches I tend to hate in Reverse Harem novels where the "pact" to avoid romance has to be dealt with. Often this drags on too long for my liking or gets really awkward. Thankfully Jane and Jaymin do a pretty good job here and I found it mostly painless.
My one complaint is the tag line on the covers. They have got to go because if you pay attention to what they say, you can predict the major twist and I'm not a fan of that.
more deeply involved in the brewing god-war in Topia. Stripped of
her Topia-born god-brother harem, she must stay out of the way of
the god of chaos and deal with the "neutral" god while navigating
the social changes in the mortal world of Minatsol. With their
father apparently imprisoning her guys, she leads a one woman (and
lots of dead bodies) invasion of Topia, starting a Pantera revolution
along the way. Needless to say, things don't go quite, or even
close to, the way she planned, and she faces the next book in a
totally new circumstance. Oh, and she finally has sex.
Sometimes I think these books are just a sequence of, often farcical,
events, other times I think there really is a plan. In either event
they are slight, but Willa has an appealing interior monologue
(which her guys are often privy to, being gods and all) and her
misadventures are a pleasant way to spend a few hours.
This series is one of the most unique ones that I've come across. I love all of the fantastical elements and the nod to mythology. The characters are definitely intriguing and I'm finding myself quite amused by the Abcurse brothers and Willa - especially their interactions. Oh and I am loving Willa's personality coming out a little more with each book.
I cannot wait to read the next book in this series! I have a feeling Curse of the Gods is going to give Seraph Black a run for its money.
And while some might not agree or is comfortable with Willa's personality, I love it and am so excited for the next book.