Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 17th 2013
Pages no: 427
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
Series: Darkest London (#4)
The two main characters are so richly drawn out and depicted in this story, especially Jack. We met Jack in Ian and Daisy's book. He was Ian's smart mouthed valet with impeccable fashion sense. He was also the man violently tortured in Winston and Poppy's book. From the get go he and Mary Chase hav...
GENRE: PNR/HR/steampunk LENGTH: 427 (MMP pgs) HEAT LEVEL (content): sexy-hot (m/f vanilla; frank but not overly explicit/graphic) PUBLISHER (pub date): Forever/GCP/Hachette (Dec 2013) SERIES INFO (timeline): Darkest London #4 (almost 2yrs after #3) BLURB: [spoiler] Once a h...
Not exactly sure why. Maybe they were both too tortured, too damaged, too traumatized. And the back and forth between them was rather tiresome. It had all the nice ingredients as the others, but somehow it dragged a little. On to the next one.
Quickie ReviewI'm going to make this a quick list review. I absolutely love this series. I love both Jack Talent and Mary Chase. The tension between these two is magnificent. Jack is highly misunderstood. Mary struggles with admitting what she wants. The sexual tension is ridiculous with these two...
DNF. While I really enjoyed the previous books in this series, I didn't care for this one at all. I bravely waded to 51%, but it never got any better, so I abandoned it. Jack was so broken that I'm not sure he could ever redeem himself in my mind. And Mary was just kind of meh.