This is a tricky one for me. I liked the characters. I enjoyed the storyline. I even liked the idea that India, who I can’t stand, seems to be a bit more well-mannered. But something felt off and I don’t know if it was the plethora of sexual escapades for Lucy and Evans or if it was something else. I just can’t put my finger on the culprit.
I didn’t see anything suggesting that this can be, or not, read as a standalone. As I’m very familiar with the previous 4 books, I think it would be beneficial to have read them in light of India Burke’s almost harsh personality and how that might or might not have influenced Lucy and Evan’s decisions. The thing about it is that we all have choices, and both Lucy and Evans for whatever reason enjoy the experiences they have working with India’s company and have worked for her the past six years. [Read more…]