“As graceful as a floating swan but as deadly as a silver bullet.”
Resume: After Madison finding out the lies and secrets that have been told all her life, she must decide who she can trust or not. Bishop is ready to tell the truth and his secrets but will Madison understand and forgive? This is the third and last book for the couple Madison and Bishop and all truths are about to be revealed.
“Blood means nothing, loyalty means everything.”
I’m trying to understand this book. Honestly, it felt like these three books for Madison and Bishop weren’t necessary.
The author basically recycled the first 2 books and barely added anything new to this one. Questions I believe were important to be answered, weren’t.
I do think the biggest thing about these series are the boys and the group. They are good characters, well written and are somehow mysterious.
I’m not a big fan of the story was written. Madison and Tate are a turn off. The writing was so repetitive, same scenes, same reactions. I mean, the author recycles everything. In every chapter, Madison flips her finger off. In every chapter, in every book (yeah 3 books). The author puts them drinking and asking for alcohol so many times through the book.. I mean, what’s the need? What’s the need to do it in every single book? And then comes the I kiss a b c part, the pool part, the party part.
And don’t let me start with Daemon. Or the finale that was so anticlimax.
I’m not sure if I will continue the series. I like the boys but waiting so long to have the same scenes and gestures and behavior is too much. I mean, I know there will be so many books but there isn’t anything new to add? I’m so frustrated.
Couple romance: ★★★
Story ending: ★★
Overall rating: ★★