If you’ve enjoyed the rest of the series, there are things here you’ll enjoy too. The action continues at pace, there’s some interesting progression with the skulls and we finally meet a character that’s only been mentioned for the rest of the series.
However, for me, Nevada and Candice spend too much time apart in this book, leaving other characters to be introduced as foils for Nevada so we can continue to experience her form of humour. I liked her ways when she was battling with Candice, but the more people she interacts with in this way, the less impact it has for me personally.
This feels like a natural ending to the series, and in many ways I think it would be best for it to be that way, but in others – I have questions, things that have been left unanswered. I don’t know if they are significant enough to make a good fourth book, but I would be no doubt read it nonetheless.
If you enjoy sapphic fiction, and you enjoy action, you’ll enjoy this series – but you definitely need to start at the beginning of the series!
I received an e-ARC directly from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.