by Stephanie Rowe
I found this book was a little hard to get into at 1st, but it was worth it to keep reading. The book itself was funny, well-paced, and awesome. It brought out a lot of emotions. Some were a strong urge to talk to the characters. I did how ever found the warriors a little too… frilly. They derived comfort from thing I perceived to be feminine. Even though the Evil witch may have her heart felt reason for placing a certain curse, You can’t help but feel complete sympathy for Trinity. And yet to think of how she kept the men as sex slaves, tortured and made every male worthy of a woman. I found the plot to be very intertwined when it came to the problems, which in my mind mad it very interesting.
Over all I am a little 50/50 on the whole is it a great read or is it not? It was a teetering balance. On one hand, anyone who reads this book will find that they are in for a wild ride. You will defiantly find this funny, cleverly plotted, fast paced, and lets not forget the steamy guys. Now on the not so great side, it felt like the author tried a little too hard and a little too over the top in other areas. It can leave you with un answered questions. Mainly the how’s. Of course this could all be cleared up in the nest book, but who wants to wait?
My Rating: 3 Stars!
Trinity Harpswell is a cursed Black Widow-death and mayhem are all part of the job description. If she can manage to go just one more week without accidentally killing someone, she'll break this killer curse and put her Black Widow days behind her. When sexy Blaine Underhill III shows up at her door and asks for her help rescuing his friend from the clutches of Death's evil grandma, Trinity gets pulled into a daring high stakes adventure. As Blaine and Trinity join forces to take down a series of underworld assassins, they may just learn that love is the deadliest game of all.