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  • Intriguing motivations and back stories.

    When Kayla's major arc had come to an end in the last book, I still found myself so curious about the rest of the world we'd been opened up to. Things between the Coalition and the Omnis was tenuous at best (heck, same goes for Kayla and most of the Omnis), and political plays were still threatening Alec's rule. Also, in accepting that the bond between himself and Kayla wasn't meant, Alec was now unattached and needed to find the same level of happiness that Kayla and Carl shared. Despite Drop of Hope switching to multiple other points of view, I really enjoyed this book. All of Jamie's characters, even the villains, are fleshed out with intriguing motivations and back stories. Alec and Ari's history and budding courtship was a pleasant change of pace from the kind of relationship he and Kayla had. I also found myself intrigued with the balance of power within the Coalition and those fighting for their place amidst the new tower. My only disappointment was that it seemed that, outside of some scoffing at Alec's position as High Council Leader, there wasn't any evidence of the turmoil we saw between different Inner Circle members at the end of the last book. Investigations were referenced, but with how things were left previously, I would have thought we'd see more issues threatening his rank. Seara was also largely MIA (though perhaps it could be said that she was busy putting out fires while Alec focused on Ariana). As there are still a couple books in the series, it's possible we'll learn what's been going on with all of that during this time, but I was just surprised that it was mostly missing here. Either way, despite the change of pace and POVs, this was just as entertaining as the first three books and I'm immediately jumping into the next. I received a free copy of this book through BookSirens and am leaving my review voluntarily.

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