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Released: November 17 2020
Series: Captain Kit Brightling #1
“I just don’t think that this series is for me.”
~ Under the Covers
I’ll be honest, I picked up this book because I tend to read anything that Chloe Neill puts out, but I wasn’t sure that it was something that interested me. I guess that should have been a warning because in the end, this book wasn’t quite what I expected.
I feel like this book is a difficult one to categorize because it’s so unique. It’s fantasy mixed with pirates and historical elements. Sounds interesting, right? But for some reason, I just couldn’t get into this style of writing. It’s weird because Neill is normally an easy read for me when it comes to her Urban Fantasy, but this one just didn’t capture my interests like I expected it to. I couldn’t get into the narration or the dialogue and the characters didn’t shine like I wanted them to.
I’m not sure that I will continue this series, but I think it’s more because of my tastes rather than the actual book. I’m not sure. But I just don’t think that this series is for me.
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