Now, this one was much more interesting for me. Kiera and Gage are back in Edinburgh awaiting the birth of their first born. And Bonnie Brock Kincaid is back too, which always ratchets up my enjoyment factor; I like a dark horse, especially when the author makes a place for him without creating any triangles.
There’s been a tell-all book written about gang-leader Bonnie Brock and his Robin-Hood-esque adventures under the nose of the Scottish authorities, and Keira and Gage are in it too. This causes a lot of tension between all the characters, as nobody is all that keen to be in the pubic eye, so the race is on to find the man behind the poison pen.
The book also allows a massive tension to ignite between Kiera and her sister, one that started in the previous book but really blows up in this one. So does the issue of paternity that was also introduced previously. In the former, I think the author could have created a better dynamic behind Alana’s motivation, but as the story is being told from Kiera’s POV, I suppose I understand the logic. The latter was handled better, I think. There was a blow up when the truth was discovered, but it wasn’t drawn out and beaten into the ground, and resolution was quick but reasonable.
In general, a story I enjoyed quite a bit more than I did the previous book, but that’s likely down to personal tastes. As Kiera has had the blessed child, I’m looking forward to their next adventure, hopefully after they’ve hired a nursemaid.