The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌏🌍🌎
Character development: 🧑🏻🎤👨🏻🎤🦸🏼♂🦹🏻♀
The heroine: Rae Kerrigan – Now working for the Privy Council, Rae is partnered with Devon to protect the Crown Prince’s Fiancé who has a Tatù. A Group is determine to make sure that a Tatù person doesn’t get on the Thrown of England.
The Hero(es): Devon – he and Rae are no longer dating but have to go undercover as a couple in order to protect the future princess.
Maria – Rae’s friend who has the Tatù that she can send her thoughts to others. Rae and her can talk in their minds since Rae can mimic the Tatù and do the same.
Prince Phillip – Prince of Wales
Sarah – The future Princess of Wales. She has a Tatù that allows her to understand all languages.
Molly – Rae’s former. Her Tatù is electricity. She loves to shop acts as the stylist for Rae and Devon while they go to the parties and luncheons with the Prince and his fiancé.
Curtis – works with Maria on the communications piece of the job they are doing for the Royalty.
I liked the story in this book and as usual, the narration was perfect. However, sometimes I think Rae is an idiot. There is a plot to kidnap or kill the future princess because she has a Tatù. Rae works for the Privy Council as an agent, but for someone who never trusted anyone in previous books, in this book she trusts all kinds of things that are obviously shady and doesn’t figure out the real enemies until they basically hit her over the head.
I like the story and the characters, I just wish Rae would have at least wondered about certain shady situations instead of just going for the simplest explanation of why these things happened. Rae has been such a strong character in previous books. In this one she was strong, but just a bit dimmer.
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