Emily and Andrew have had quite the adventure in the past few months. Andrew was hoping for more one on one time together, but now, there's a new player in the game to mess things up for them. Steven is arrogant and sure of himself. In fact, he's a character I would probably like, with his bit of a British accent and attitude, if it weren't for the reason that he's there. We don't get much in the way of details of what this demon has done, but with his career and the hints along the way, he's the creepiest one so far. Not only do we have a race to destroy this demon, but to get Steven out of their lives as well.
Unfortunately, this one is a “nope”. I’m far enough in to know that the writing style will not work for me, but not far enough in to be able give it any kind of a rating. Ordinarily, I’d persist until at least 50 pages before making a decision about the book one way or another, and to feel comfortable assigning a rating, but as I’m going out of town this weekend, I just don’t want to deal with it.
So, DNF, no rating. I was reading this for the 2017 Booklikes-opoly square Cars Land 18: Read a book that was published in 2006, 2011, 2013, or 2014, the years of Cars and its sequels, or that has a car on the cover, but will choose another book instead.
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I really love the world Ms. Edwards has created. I feel in love with the characters and world when I picked up the Black Dog series and then she branched out and gave other characters their own books in the world. I didn't like Dell so much, but after book two and now three for her. I'm actually enjoying her character and what is going on around her.
Wonderful Urban Fantasy. Really enjoying the newest installment that's out.