My rating: 4 of 5 gargoyles
ning of the book).
The bad: I found a couple of issues to stretch all credibility (given the sheer influence the major villain had, I’m a little skeptical about whether the heroine wouldn’t have recognized him until she did, and the fact that she DIDN’T TELL ANYONE what had happened to her. I get her reasons, but I also don’t find it believable that she wouldn’t have said anything, even given her bad reputation at work).
Still, over all the good heavily outweighed the bad and I couldn’t put this book down once I got really into it (about 15% through). So, well worth the price of admission. 4 gargoyles!
Book provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.