And the hard times are only beginning.
As the line between right and wrong, friend and foe, and good and evil continue to blur, Joanne is forced to face another irrefutable fact.
The most dangerous demons to fight are the ones you can't see.
What I liked: I know this is a fictional story in my head but some of the scenes were all too real. Joanne's "dry out" was stomach roiling and seemed all to real. How Ms Pruitt got to "that place" and wrote about it is an excellent show of true talent. You may not like everything about this series but just those scenes will stick with you for a lifetime. The overall story is action packed, well written and the characters fully developed. I DID NOT want this story to end!
What I didn't like: Not much. The main problem I have with the series overall is something very subjective and nit picky. These books are dark but I wish the covers were not. As I said, very subjective. Just looking at the covers, I wouldn't even read the synopsis. The blurb in a previous L. M. Pruitt novel caught me. I think she's representing the darkness of the Winged world with her covers but I'm just guessing. When the only thing that doesn't impress you about a novel is the cover, I think the author did her job more than well.
Highly recommend the Winged Series.
As an aside, I had a total moment at the Author's After Dark Convention (AAD) in Savannah last week. I've done Beta Reading for Ms. Pruitt several times and she mentioned she was going to AAD as an attendee. I didn't realize it at the time but A LOT of people attend this convention. Anyway, I sat in to listen to a panel on self-publishing and thought since she was self-pubbed, Ms Pruitt might be in the room. I looked around and didn't see anyone I thought might be her. I realized there was one other person in the row I was sitting in and happened to glance over. I didn't recognize her but I saw the name tag dangling around her neck. It was L.M. Pruitt. I almost "squeed" and interrupted the whole panel. I waited to calm down and during a brief lull, reached over and introduced myself. It will be a moment I'll always remember. And yes, I got her autograph!!