by Ilona Andrews
Quote: "Finally, thank you very much to Jeaniene Frost and Jill Myles. This book does have sex in it. Please don't hit me anymore."
I've decided to crib from one of my friends and put a quote in my review thingies (they're not quite reviews, unless reviews mean unfiltered nonsense from my brain. so I feel weird about calling them reviews. And if they WERE real reviews I'd procrastinate on doing them waaaay more than I already do). My point has drifted away on me... Oh yes, I read this book before I decided to put a quote in aaaaand I probably wouldn't have found anything suitable anyway but the acknowledgments was memorable in an "oh god, I am not looking forward to this" kind of way so THERE IT IS. And there was, indeed, some sex.
I think I mentioned this in the book 3 write up but these books have grown on me since my fairly meh reaction to the first one. Kate's history and she's getting closer than ever to facing her true mission; fighting her immortal(?) father. IN this books she fights her BAMF aunt, Erra god of plague and destruction.
So Kate's dealing with that and maybe possibly being Curran's mate and alpha of the Pack with some stupid "I never thought I could have this life, I was born with one purpose and I will not survive it!" nonsense that really made me unhappy for a lot of the non-fighting/mystery aspects of the book. I'm not so sure I enjoy Kate being pack and Curran's mate but we'll see what happens. I have number 5 on the way!