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Have just finished reading all three of the Lake of Sins books back to back and am now suffering withdrawal symptoms. Please tell me that the next story is out soon, I need to know what happens next. What is Trinity going to do? Hugh, Travis, Jethro? Who is going to win this war? I need to know lol Brilliant little series that just draws the reader in.
Another excellent instalment in the Lake of Sins trilogy. Things are really moving along with the AC movement and Hugh and friends, up against the old-world suppression of the Almightys. So much action, fighting, some love, some death, and a whole lot of questions that I'm dying to get answered in the next book please!!
I've really enjoyed the lake of sins series so far. I was thrown off a bit when this book started and was four years after where we left off in book two. I guess it keeps the story moving and allows the characters to age and mature. This book maintained the violent/horror images of the predecessors. One thing that makes sense but I wasn't a fan of was the increase in sexual content. There wasn't anything graphic but there were several discussions of mating habits, prostitution, and sex with minors that made the reading slightly uncomfortable. It makes sense to add another horror to the series. I guess I was just not a fan of Hugh's little indiscretion. I suppose it makes the characters more realistic, but I align with Trinity's belief that you should find someone to bond with and stay with them. Here's hoping she finds someone worthy of her before the end.
This author continues to pull you into the story with characters with believable personalities and just enough conflict to make it spicy. I couldn't wait to find out what happened next. I couldn't help falling in love with the lead character, Trinity, as she struggles to do the right thing, all while knowing others don't like her because she's different. A great read!