I still like the series, however, I’m not sure how I feel about this book and it’s ending. I won’t ruin the ending for you so you can make your own decision in that regards. I want to just also mention that I listened to the audiobook and thought I love the narrator, Lorelei King, I didn’t enjoy listening to it as much as the other books. This might be because I read that first 7 books so I had the character’s voices already in my head, or because she said Reyes is a different pronunciation that I had when reading. Though my best friend will agree with King’s pronunciation, my mother agrees with mine.
We follow Charlie and Reyer right after their quick marriage and self-imposed exile in an abandoned nunnery. They continue to look for a way to destroy the hell-hounds, all the while trying to keep a very pregnant Charley happy. While Cookie and Ubie, get ready to enter holy matrimony, Charlie goes behind everyone’s back and consults another private eye to look into not only her father’s death but also Reyes’ biological parents. This is one fun time.
This book is really good and I’m a little confused at the ending. It’s obvious how you can right out of it, but I’m not sure how it will advance the story really. I did enjoy Reyes taking care of Charlie in every little way, even when she texts him her demands. It’s overall a good book but there was something missing in this book compared to the others. It might be because 99% of the book is set in one place. I’m looking forward to the next book but I will see if it picks back up the momentum again.