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  • Fab short story!

    Even though it’s a short story it was still brilliant. Kerrigan was as clever as ever and the chemistry between her and Derwent was palpable.

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  • Frustrating

    Again, I don't really understand the point of this short story. The plot was actually more developed than the last short of the series (which isn't saying much, at that plot was barely developed at all), but it felt like another excuse to add some illogical will-they-wont-they between Maeve and Derwent. Except, the only will-they-wont-they tension that exists is a figment of Maeve's over-active imagination, that somehow every man fancies her. I see ZERO interest from Derwent, except that he likes to tease Maeve for her prudish reaction to any attention, even though she craves it. He's genuinely attached to Melissa, so I really don't see the need for this ridiculous so-called "sexual tension". Then again, we spent two books being told to fall in love with Rob, only for that to go down the drain, and just a few books later, Maeve has completely lost interest. But, if Derwent leaves Melissa and Thomas, I will be pitching a fit. The more I read of the series, the more I want to smack Maeve until she wakes up and grows up. Yet again, she spends half the story making assumptions about people she's never met, and jumping to conclusions about the case she's only just started investigating. The story ends at 73%, with an emphasis of how "strong" Maeve is, in comparison to Derwent's "weakness" at letting a suicide/murder case affect him. The implication that this makes him weak, or somehow less than Maeve, is just frustrating and illogical.

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