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I couldn't believe our h went to a certain place and figured a mask would keep her from being recognized. I thought that was way out of character for her.
Even though you know who the villains are, it was suspenseful to see how the outcome turns out. Something tragic happens to one of the Rogues, and his story is next and I am hoping it goes on sale because I will purchase it then.
We have descriptive lovemaking, intrigue, sadness, HEA and even though everything is tidy up for our H/h in this story, you are left wondering how one of the Rogues adjusts to how his life has turned out. (no spoiler's sorry). (ljb)
My complaint about the drawings breaking the flow of things in the previous book is now turned to the pictures scattered throughout this one. Again, as a reader I would prefer to be allowed to imagine how the characters look myself. But at least the pictures are well staged and taken, much less like the rather poorly drawn pictures in the first book.
This is a very, very minor SPOILER and a personal pet peeve, but for the love of all things holy:
Can we please stop introducing cats into works only to have them end up dead? It's a disturbing trend and as a feline lover it almost upset me more than the two lovers not being able to be together. I notice this doesn't happen nearly as often to dogs, which I'm grateful for, but really. Let's leave off with the felinecide, shall we?
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