Series: Shifters #3
Author: Rachel Vincent
Review: I'm happy to say this series has gotten stronger with every book up to this point. Although there wasn't much physical action (in terms of fighting), Faythe is on trial for murder and the focus is the legal proceedings. I think my favorite part of this book was the introduction of Calvin Malone, Jace's stepfather (who I'm guessing is the overall big big in the series). So far, I have to say he is more politically savvy than Faythe's father. We are constantly told by Faythe how wonderful her father is...but I just don't see it. Sure, he seems like a nice man but he doesn't seem to play the political game very well. Of course, there is more Faythe/Marc drama, and once again I question why he is even with her. She still refuses to commit on any level unless "it's on her terms" and is overall grating. Faythe Sanders-23 going on 16.
Overall-even though Faythe is absolutely grating, she has a few tolerable moments (most notably when she is dealing with a new female character) and I enjoyed this book.