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    Disappointing, overly complex and unresolved

    Warning, this novel ends with nothing really resolved. Katerina Mills has decided that she needs to disappear, too many people want her dead or want something from her, but she needs one big payoff. Unfortunately she seems to be caught in too many snares with psychotic or murderous clients demanding the impossible, or more than she is willing to do. Her relationship with her BFF has deteriorated and the cop she briefly dated has gone a bit stalkery/trying to protect her 'for her own good'. Oh, and little does she know that she has become a liability to the shadowy organisation that she works for and they have decided to eliminate her. I devoured the first two books, I thought they were gritty and fresh and fast-paced but unfortunately partway through this book I suddenly had a revelation - every man in the book is either in love with Kat or obsessed with her or does her ridiculous favours just because she asks. Literally every single one. She's just that much of a special snowflake. Also, it's been a while now but Kat doesn't seem to be any better at this job, she just relies on Winter (or one of her myriad other men) to rescue her all the time. My final gripe, there are so many threads with different people trying to kill/own/kidnap Kat that I totally lost the plot of who was who, there was one fight scene where the point of view changed from inside to outside to inside again just so that we could see the different people fighting. Will I read the next book? I don't know. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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