Okay, I’ll be short on this review, considering that I was short on the previous ones too.
This was a better book than the previous ones. Better to the point that made me want to read the next… although I don't fully understand its point.
I felt more connection with the characters, loved the dual POV, the story was deeper and it was a nice conclusion to the series.
There’s still things that makes me tickle. Basically The fact that the author felt the need to impregnate her. Really, why do you always think that that’s a good idea?
And there was things that should have been more clear, the motifs why Karl was so fixated on her and why the mystery towards his death and the sudden disappear of the body
And there was some parts where it was painfully predictable but in overall it’s a very good and fast reading.
I didn't love this series… but I liked to read them! Try! ;)