I can't explain why, but even though I got over a third of the way into this book I don't think I could tell you what a single thing looked like. I don't know any of the characters and their relation to one another. I wasn't engaged by the plot. The writing style was nice, so I'm interested, but still hesitant, to read more from this author. I think I'll definitely give another series a try from her, but this book just really wasn't working for me.
This was decent, but not quite what I hoped it to be. Ever since I read Cristin Terrill's Here Lies Daniel Tate I've been craving another great conman story. And this one was just good.
I honestly don't have too many thoughts about it. My main opinion is that I found the present timeline about the bank robbery to be very exciting, but felt like the pace was really bogged down by the flashbacks. Additionally, while the side characters (and even the main one) were interesting,
A note tied around the jar's lid read, Thought you might need this soon. Unscrewing the cap, I find the potion I taught Jatin to settle my cramps. Good Gods. He makes it hard not to love him.
Ladies, get yourself a man who would learn how to make period potions for you. Just a daily reminder to keep your standards that high. It worked really well for Adraa, even when she thought this boy was her fiancé's guard and she'd never be allowed to marry him.
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If I fail, then it is over. My dream is dead. I have nothing to build a future around. And if I succeed... I step past everything I have known into everything I have wanted. This book was just so ~ meh ~ for me. I was excited going into it because I really don't have much experience with Arthurian legend, and I thought this might be a good place to start. Unfortunately, I think one would benefit greatly by already being familiar with the myth before diving into this book. Asi