by Chrys Cymri
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Penny is stuck in Lleogyr, for good, thanks to her meddling with the thin places that let beings cross between. And she may be drinking a wee bit more than necessary, but circumstances do call for it. For one, all the humans stuck in Lleogyr are taking up residence in an apartment complex owned by the Consortium, and nothing from them is ever truly free. And now Penny is working with the not-weres, thanks to a gaffe made while trying to help out her fellow humans. It’s not bad, but certainly not what she had hoped for. No, things are not ideal, but Penny hangs all her hope on the thought that she’s doing what is best, no matter who might disagree.
This was a difficult book, watching Penny’s downward spiral. But sometimes you have to hit rock bottom before you can start changing things. Now, if I can only get my hands on the next book asap. 😉 As always, an excellent story with a surprising ending that leaves you wanting more.
*Although the content of these books gets more difficult, never shying away from harsh truths, they’re always handled with great care. These books are always clean, which I forever appreciate.
See my other reviews in the series:
- Penny White and the Temptation of Dragons
- Penny White and the Cult of Unicorns
- Penny White and the Marriage of Gryphons
- Penny White and the Vengeance of Snails
- Penny White and the Vexation of Vampires