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  • 4 Star Day

    Final Day is an exhilarating adventure of a read with an explosive romance. Erick and Tarr are two strong, sexy characters that have a magnetic pull and sizzling chemistry that draws them together while also drawing readers into their story. The romance between these is one rocky battlefield as they fight their attraction for various reasons which keeps the emotions rolling and the relationship stays tense with lots of snarky and cutting dialogue, but the attraction won’t be denied which leads to some scorching hot passion that singes readers with its heat. The story starts off with a climatic events that gets the adrenaline pumping and the fast paced and smooth flowing plot continues to escalate in thrills and excitement keeping readers on the edge of their seat. The Wired and Dangerous crew keeps getting more intense and exciting and Final Day can be read as a standalone and definitely lives up to its predecessors so readers won’t want to miss any of this explosive and edgy world.

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  • I had higher hopes

    I have to say that Final Day didn’t really feel like it fit with the tone of the previous books in this series which are very dark and emotional. Instead, this felt a bit more comical and not necessarily in a good way. I enjoyed Erick’s humor but it often felt misplaced and made the book more humorous then serious which was an odd combination considering the plot. Erick is relatively inexperienced and has only had one previous boyfriend who he loved and planned to marry but Flynn was tragically murdered after he exposed his company’s unethical practices. While I didn’t want Erick to be drowning in his grief, I was also surprised by how caviler he was toward’s Flynn’s death which was only a few months before. In the previous books, Erick was still struggling with his grief and anger over losing the love of his life and this was like a totally different character. A series of unfortunate events has led Tarr to his life as a hit man and he believes it’s all he can ever be. When he saves Erick he knows it’ll cause him trouble but he never expected to be so attracted to the hacker. Tarr doesn’t know how to handle a relationship with someone who despises what he does for a living and I really felt the despair and loneliness that Tarr experiences. It’s a lot of insta-love between Erick and Tarr and while this didn’t really bother me I also wanted something deeper in their relationship. Overall, I’ve been fairly neutral toward this series and I just haven’t connected the way I was hoping I would.

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