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I paused at the last chapter, wanting the HEA but sad to leave after seven months in the world Hassel created. The Community joins all the other worlds authors built so well they're permanent places in the constellation of my reading history.
The main characters were enjoyable to get to know in that they were flawed people but still trying to do the right thing. The main plot thread to uncover the ugly truth behind the Community was handle fairly well. Wished for more in the climax of the confrontations between the opposing sides but overall still good. The mental abilities were awesome without being overpowered or overplayed.
I wouldn’t mind if more books were written in this world.
To talk about Sightlines, I have to first talk a little bit about Insight and Oversight. This all started with Insight, a story about a kid from the Black family, finding his way to NYC to look into the death of his twin brother. That’s the simplest description of a book that was so much more. What Insight does along with that main love story is start readers off on an adventure learning about The Community, what it is, what they do, who the people are that are running it, the good that they can bring gifted individuals, and also the bad. Insight is a stepping off point that leads us to Oversight.
Oversight is all about this club owner, son of a founding member of The Community, starting to realize things he’s been blind to. Again, that’s the simplest description of a book with so much more. In Oversight we learn more about The Community. More adventure, more realization of betrayal, mistrust, misuse of power, and horrible things that are happening on The Farm. What Oversight does is take the stepping off point of Insight, and move an overarching storyline forward in a huge way.
And yes, the romantic stories that are the other focus of these books are really well written, the characters are compelling and feel real, their connection perfect. I love this about these books. But the main story arch is what has pulled me along the most. I LOVE Nate and Trent, Holden and Six… and I REALLY LOVE Chase and Elijah. But I love a good suspense story that will pull me through three books, keep its momentum, hold my interest all the way through, and finish with a bang. THIS… This is what Hassell did for me with Sightlines. It finishes with a bang, answers almost all of my questions, delivers on a damn good happy ending for all the characters I love in this series, and it has me craving more.
I do have a couple minor quibbles… of course I do. But they’re so minor that they never took away from the story. Still, I would be remiss if I did not mention them. There are a couple characters I’d have liked to either see more of, or not see at all. I think these characters as written felt more filler than anything else. I understand the need for characters that don’t really play a huge part in a story, but sometimes they feel a bit too much like filler and I either wish for them to not exist, or have just one more little scene. My other little quibble is that because the story is so compelling and there are many facets that made up this series, there are still things I want to know. I want to know how things in this series will impact the Black family. I want to know what happens to some of those minor characters like the Ex Com brothers. I want to know more about a new character Shelby. I’m inquisitive and just want more. Le Sigh… such is the problem with being a Santino Hassell Fan. When I really fall for his characters, however major or minor, I fall hard and yea, I want more.
In the end, Sightlines is a fantastic ending to this trilogy. I deeply enjoyed the relationships, the connections between everyone, learning about The Community and how it worked (or didn’t). I very much enjoyed Chase and Elijah… these men are so vulnerable and beautiful, loving and special to me. I cheered and screamed, raved and shook my fists. This series was a rollercoaster that finishes with the big splash of water at the end. It was a hell of a lot of fun to read something so in-depth and full of mystery. Recommended for all fans of paranormal romance.
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