|Jacques doing is best Criminy glare.|
This book is fourth in the Blud series and the second and final part of our favorite couple in Sang, Criminy and Tish. I haven’t read all of the Blud novellas (yet) but my overall impression of this series, despite some pretty cheesy lines, is that this is a wonderful, well-thought-out, and brilliant world and story. I absolutely love this world and I love that three of the book focus on different characters. Because of this, we have been able to learn more about Sang than we do most book worlds.
Wicked Ever After starts out with Tish bringing her sick grandmother with her to Sang in the hopes that she can make her well again. At this point, Tish’s entire world flips upside down and I… can’t really say any more than that because SPOILERS. I will say that Criminy and Tish spend most of the book running around London and Tish has more ties to Sang than she could have ever imagined.
A short review of Wicked After Midnight (Blud #3):
This book was the most perfect mixture of things for me: Paris, Bludmen, and Steampunk! Tons of adventure, action, and intrigue. Demi and Cherie take their circus contortion act to Paris with the hopes of making it big at the cabaret. On the way, Cherie is kidnapped and Demi is offered the help of Vale, a highwayman. Demi has to decide how much she can trust Vale and just how far she is willing to go to find her best friend.
My only complaint is that the main character was a pretty big bitch most of the time to her lover boy. This aside, I really enjoyed this story. As always, I love the world of Sang!