As I finished this book, I thought to myself: “OU I’m going to LOVE this series”. Even though this book is a lot of set-up for the series, and world/culture building, one cannot help themselves from being pulled into Scarlett’s creation. As a reader you already get attached to characters and you know they have a lot of ordeals ahead of them in the next books.
This is an interesting work about our conceptions of good and evil; about the blurred line between the two. It’s a book that makes you question the stereotypes and who is the REAL good guy if there even is one. This is why I love PNR and Fantasy. Through fictional “creatures” and characters, the author can comment on modern and current societal issues and topics.
Let’s not forget about the yummy demon called Tensley Knight. He is such a complex character who is at war with himself, or more specifically, his heart. He is in a precarious position where whatever he does, will have unfavorable consequences.
This type of book keeps you reeling and trying to come up hypotheses for everything to work out for Tensley and Molly. I cannot wait to see what Scarlett comes up with in the next books!