Top critical review
on 1 January 2014
The third and final Nadia Stafford novel starts strongly with a fabulous premise. The preceding books in the trilogy don't really work for me, so WILD JUSTICE's revelatory beginning seems like a major upswing.
Until a romance stuffs it all up.
Okay, it's not the romance itself that's problematic, but rather the way it's handled.
They decide to keep it secret.
It's not like either party is seeing anyone else, but they don't want the ex to find out, in case he chucks a tantrum and won't help out at work.
And that's when my four-star expectations slipped to three. Disappointing.