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  • Will Raven wear color?

    This book was better than the last two! My heart broke for Raven. All that he had to go through all the lies he was told by the Black Queen all in the name of revenge. We met Amanda in the first book, she's Ruby's best friend and works at Fantasy Events. She's human and has no idea about Fae or anything magical. She's a feisty independent woman who knows what she wants. She is the fun one who pulls Ruby out of her shell and speaks her mind. Raven Goodfellow is The Hob's son and new member of the Gray Court and a Blade. But not everybody is happy that Raven betrayed the Black Queen and the White Queen is determined to take out anybody who has been tainted by the black. When Raven is being framed for murder of those who protested his transition to Gray Court and another one of The Hob's kids out to kill him will he ever be able to claim his truebond?

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  • Sadly disappointed

    I would like to have rated this book a lot higher. The plot was interesting and I was looking forward to reading the series, with Never More sparking my interest. I am half-way through and am struggling to finish the book. The writing style is inconsistent, switching between a mature style of writing, then flipping back to a very childish/teen style. The characters are behaving as adults in once sentence, then switch to behaving like 13-year-olds in the next sentence – with dialogue to suit. Either there is more than one author, or the editors have cut too much out of the story; there are gaps in the storyline. Too many jumps within a scene, characters being in one mood then suddenly in a new mood. It's exhausting and very annoying. The mythology of the story, and the characters, need to be believable for the reader to invest in the story. Unfortunately, Never More has fae who are centuries of years old but act like 13 year olds. The humans are just as bad. There is no smooth evolution of emotion between characters or their deveoping relationship. It feels like "get to know each other while mainlining crack". Considering Ms Bell has written quite a scope of work, her writing style has not developed. It makes you wonder if she has a ghost writer, or her editors are way too heavy-handed and they are copywriting large tracts of Ms Bell's work.

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