Loved loved loved the third book in this series!!! Can‘t wait to read the next one 💜
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Awesome book!!! Mercedes is front and center in this one. She has an “angel” delivering children to her doorstep after murdering their abusive parents. Can she find the killer before more children are traumatized? The author also gives us a great look into Mercedes‘ background and why she joined the CAC.
The books in this series always catch me off guard. I think it will take me a while because the content is pretty dark, and then I speed right through them. Mercedes is the focus in this one, and she must look for a person whose killing off abusive parents in front of their kids and then delivering said kids to her door. This becomes difficult in light of the horrific abuse that she experienced as a child.
#SeptemberReads: I actually read 6 books this month, but "Un arc-en-ciel dans la nuit" by Dominique Lapierre is not on the collage because it was a library book and I forgot to take a picture. Anyway I hated it.
All these are written by women, except for "More Happy Than Not".
I would call the Adam Silvera and Jodi Picoult ones 5-star reads.
First, trigger alert on abuse. Second, major disappointment on this book. Butterfly garden was creepy, roses of May was good but not as intriguing. This book was very predictable, the constant description of the FBI agents relationships was repetitive and unprofessional. The storyline got lost on the main character. Only thing I liked was reading the progress of the girls from the butterfly garden. Very disappointed.
Of the series so far, this one isn‘t my favorite... the plot is the most predictable and just not as absorbing... Plus, I felt like there was a book missing between The Roses of May and this one... and I hate that missing out feeling! But, it is well-performed on audio and still made for entertaining #AudioColoring
After double-checking that it‘s my personal phone—identical to my work phone, except for the Hufflepuff case—I turn it off and feel a palpable sense of relief.
Loved the 3rd one in this trilogy after The Butterfly Garden!