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Really enjoyed the POV of Alexandre
on 26 February 2013
Sad that this trilogy has come to an end! There were a few chapters from Alexandre's POV that made it really interesting. All questions are answered and lots of detail about the hero; his past, his demons and all sorts of things that enrich his character. There is a lot of description of Paris which makes for great writing but less of a roller-coaster than book 2 but I still thought it was a great; compelling read. There is a lot of tying up of loose ends which is definitely needed as book 2 left us in the lurch with so many questions. I do think Arianne Richmonde is in a league of her own - her trilogy is somehow different from all the rest of the romance books out there. Quirky, unusual and you need a good sense of humot to appreciate her distinct writing style. She has created two rather dysfunctional characters with heart and soul but their flaws are not laid out all in one go but little by little throughout the books.
Hats off to a very interesting trilogy. This is more literary than your usual romance read. Well written.