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Likes: The premise of the story has potential. The idea of reverse harem in literature is not new, but storylines containing reverse harem are rare. The group has issues which is nice to see because it makes the relationship believable. I like the individual characters and want to get to know more about them. I also like the supporting characters. The antagonists are believable, and they draw you into the story.
Dislikes: The story is choppy and hard to follow. Whoever did the beta or editing for this did not do a good job of reminding Jane to keep the story on track. It doesn’t help that the story is wordy. In some places, the descriptions became redundant because there are strings of adjectives all meaning the same thing describing one object. This led me to try to skip around only to realize that I was lost. In some of these cases, you had to read between the lines to figure out where the story was going. This flow also causes confusion when it comes to the characters. It is hard to follow which antagonist is which because the description of that person matches the description of one of the others. Since the story felt disjointed, you lost a sense of time and place. It also ends abruptly on a cliffhanger. I am fine with cliffhangers as long as there is a feeling of closure to one aspect of the story. This was just the opposite as it just opened up more questions. I feel like each character has a unique personality, but there is more to learn about each and their backstory. The author spends too much time on Silas and his story. This skews the RH aspect of the story for me because she clearly does not feel for the others like she does for him. There needs to be a better balance between the characters if this will truly be RH. There are grammar and punctuation issues which I would normally be able to overlook if I didn’t have to pay such close attention to what I was reading.
I will read the last book, but at this point, I feel like it will be rushed with no conclusion to the storylines. I believe the author should take a step back and review where the story is before she completes it. It may be that more books are needed to give a clear picture as to how she will interact with each of the MCs in the future.