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Covet: Crave, Book 3

By Carrie R. Wheadon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

More sexy stuff in overstuffed paranormal soap sequel.

Book Tracy Wolff Fantasy 2021
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Too much swearing

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Our review:
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While the writing in this series remains lackluster, there's so much packed into this installment -- smoldering romance, dragon parties, prison breaks, and more -- that it's enjoyable regardless. Covet is at its best in the middle third. The forest world of giants is described in vivid detail. It's the time the author should take with all her magical realms. The big dragon party will also entice fans with the romance, big ball gowns, New York City opulence, and aerial parades.

Then the third act happens, which is both overstuffed and rushed. Author Tracy Wolff spins readers in three different dramatic directions. You'll be exhausted for the characters as they hop from prison to battle to shocking loss. And you'll be confused by half-formed descriptions of the magical prison and its inhabitants. But Wolff has promised a paranormal war in the finale, and now perhaps she can focus Book 4 entirely on getting rid of Grace's boyfriend's evil vampire dad Cyrus once and for all.

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