I received a free, advance copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my unbiased review.
This is the last book of the series, and honestly…i never imagined that Cull would have that kind of life.
There was no motive, but, with Cull, he did what was asked of him. He lost his memory as a young boy, and being in his shoes, he did what he had to do to survive. He fought, and became the best in the field.
However, I hated the man behind this demeanor, the reasons for Kincaid to fall. It was such a petty thing, but his action cause a whole clan to be destroyed, and for the three brothers to become what they were.
Derryth, on the other had, was something that I was not expecting to be a heroine in a book. Yes, i know, but still, her personality compliments Culls ways.
I love the book, but I was expecting something… grand, then again, the ending, and how Cull was introduce to his rightful family was the best part.
As the series end, I had to go back to the review i had on book one. Incidentally, i found this:
“I would not be surprise when if one of the three brothers would have a amnesia or some drastically life altering even. The end book one opens possibilities that came about to book two. And I am excited to read it too. “
It would seem that my prediction was right. Either way, I enjoyed reading the series. I would love to read it again, if i can find some spare time to do so.