Guess what time it is again!
It’s time to get Spooky! #SPOOKTOBER
When a rogue reaper reappears after being on the lam, Daphne, Ace, and the rest find themselves in the crosshairs of a dangerous scheme that only seems to grow more cryptic and sinister with the more they learn. Complicating things, Ace finds himself as a prime suspect when everyone starts questioning his and Rakkason’s true loyalty. Meanwhile, Harper just wants to wedding plan in peace, and Daphne realizes she might be hanging out with Blake too much, with her now keeping secrets almost as well as he does.
When it’s revealed that the curse they thought they settled may have just been the very beginning of something much worse, they have to put their differences aside to, once again, work together for the greater good.
Assuming they’re all wanting it to play out the same way.
But with more twists than a cinnamon twist donut, them all wanting the same thing is up for debate.
What I Liked:
- I really liked seeing the relationship grow between Daphne and Ace–and especially seeing more of Ace’s backstory, his family, etc. Needless to say, with him being my favourite character–the more Ace in my day, the better.
- The writing, as always, was on point–one of my favourite things about this series is the writing style, the distinct character dialogue, and how incredibly well done it is.
- I love how this series mixes realism with fantasy in such a ‘normalised’ way–it’s kind of bizarre and hilarious to read about werewolves planning weddings and reapers freaking out about having a baby.
- Rakkason and yoga. Enough said.
What I Disliked:
- The first book seemed longer and more involved–and while this book was still really good, I feel like it didn’t have the same “omg” moments (like with Millie, and meeting all the characters in Spook, and Ace and Daphne back in the real world). That being said, this book carries a bit of a more serious touch with it–and given the circumstances of the plot events, that makes sense. I did like getting to see more of Blake’s world.
- The fact that Ace never made it to yoga. I am thoroughly disappointed.
Overall, this is a solid third instalment to the Get Spooky series and I’m excited to see what comes next! It’s definitely setting up for a major conflict in the next book!
Tea Rating – White Tea: This book is a relaxing, light and fun read!