Picking up where Pretty When She Kills leaves off, this conclusion to the trilogy was as kick-ass as the others.
Frater's characters are all so unique that it's almost hard to believe they are figments of her imagination. And while I didn't like them all, I was most surprised by my feelings regarding Samantha taking a one-eighty. And she's not the only character to grow and gain even more depth. Every member of Cian's ragtag cabal is pretty amazing, but my favorite is Aimee, who is adorable with Cass. I'm sort of jealous of her abilities and power.
This book is action packed, and is brimming with all kinds of magic, which I find beautiful.
Like the other two books in the series, it needs the help of an editor, who can clean up the typos and word usage.
However, fans of the Pretty When She Dies series will love the tale Frater weaves with this book. The entire series is a must-read for fans of dark magic, vampires, and witches.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
[I originally read this book in June 2014. I am in the process of transferring my blog contents.]