When Finn’s mother, Deirdre shows up out of the blue, Gin knows something is up. But there is a part of Finn deep down and well hidden that wants to be loved and he’s determined to believe his mother despite Gin’s misgivings.
With Finn spending more and more time with Deirdre, it’s left to Gin and Bria to get to the bottom of what she’s doing in Ashland and stop her.
I’m in two minds about this book. Yes it’s entertaining as are most of the books in the Elemental Assassin series. It’s a page turner. It’s gritty. And yes, it’s good fun. It’s all of that and I enjoyed the book. Not for a single moment was I bored.
But I have a problem and maybe (probably) it won’t be a problem for anyone else. With each book, the villains get more villainous, the challenges get more challenging. For a short series, a trilogy or even a five book series that can work but this is book fourteen and while it’s still working at the moment it’s hard to see it working for much longer. God forbid it ends up being the train wreck that Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series has become.
So here is me wondering if it isn’t time to think about taking the story in a different direction. Perhaps breath some new life into the series. Sophia has always been a favorite character and under-utilised in my opinion. I would love to see the series shift focus and put her at the centre.
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