Nightmarish creatures, deadly fights, gushing blood , torn flesh and dramatic gestures : this is the perfect vacation read.:)
This 3rd book in the series is the one where all hell breaks loose and it felt like it was a turning point in the series and Kate's story arc. The pace was better, rarely faltering, only pausing to take some breath while dealing with Kate's sidekicks. I'm not that wooed by her romance with Curran as I'm dreading that we're heading toward conventional m/f romance and growling, possessive alpha male vs stubborn, badass female, but I didn't mind too much. The fact that the romance is in the back seat helped, I guess.
I'm looking forward to reading book #4 and reading how Kate's fight against the Big Bad Evil turns out.