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After Jane finds out some information concerning a fmily member, she sets out with Anyan, Ryu, and Julian to investigate medical facilities similar to the one we were introduced to in the last book. This time though, our investigators find out that someone is doing horrible procedures on pureblood and halfling women in the name fertility. Jane believe Jarl to be behind everything and she will stop at nothing to bring him down, even putting herself in harm's way.
I'm sad that Jane and Ryu ended the way they did, but I saw it coming. I always got the feeling that Ryu was more of a (delayed) rebound relationship for her than a long-term commitment. Ryu made her feel good about herself and helped her learn to navigate the new supernatural world, but I never felt big love from her towards him. I do think that Ryu loved Jane, but I don't think he is really what she needs in the long run.
One the other hand, I liked the way her relationship with Anyan progressed. I'm glad they didn't just jump into bed together the second that she broke up with Ryu. I feel that Anyan will be a more stabilizing force in Jane's life and that he will help her to continue to grow into her power. I've always felt that he wanted her to stand on her own two feet while Ryu was content to protect her and keep her out of things.
I loved all the new characters we met in this book, especially the halflings of Triptych. Capitola, Shar, and Moo were a hoot and a half. I hope that we see more of them in the next books. I'm also intrigued by Blondie and judging by the next book's cover, I'm guessing that we see her again.
The events of this novel were heart-wrenching and emotional; the series has become much more than just what concerns Jane and her life in Rockabill. We haven't seen the last of Jarl but I have to say I didn't see the twist with his "accomplice" coming. I can't wait to start the next book!
In the mean time, Jane's romantic life is also in chaos. She finally admits that Ryu is not the one for her, but he doesn't seem to understand that it's over between them. Meanwhile Jane can't stop ogling Anyan every chance she gets, but she knows the handsome hellhound is out of her league. Or is he?
I really love this series; it has everything I look for in a story: wit, suspense, lots of cursing, romance, and just the right amount of - as Jane calls it - nookie. In this third book Jane deals with grief and anger, and realizes that she is not longer the weak girl she started out as. Nicole Peeler has created a really created a wonderful character in Jane True. I've seen her grow throughout the series and it just makes her seem more real and um.. relatable. I can't wait to read more about her adventures!
After demanding to help investigate a series of gruesome attacks on females -- supernatural, halfling, and human -- Jane quickly finds herself forced to confront her darkest nightmares as well as her deepest desires. And she's not sure which she finds more frightening.
As the storyline develops in the latest Jane True instalment our lead has to deal with some pretty big emotional issues which, unlike a lot of books out there don't just centre around boys. This leads to some real character development and allows the reader to really connect with Jane when processing something deeply profound on an emotional level rather than just on a supernatural basis. This also expands to how she deals with relationships in the book, sure she may make some mistakes but you can understand how she gets there and that just makes you want to cheer when she realises, learns and grows.
Jane and Anyan's relationship also slowly smoulders along through the story and although I was desperate for more the pace and the resulting connection between them will be that much more sweet when they finally get there.
This series just seems to get better and better and the only thing I'll say is that I hope book four, Eye of the Tempest isn't too far away!