Series: Songs of Perdition #3
Author: CD Reiss
Everything about Fiona Drazen is forbidden. She’s a party girl with dark desires. She’s beautiful, irresponsible, irresistible. She’s my patient. I’m her therapist. I’m past past wanting her. Past possessing her. Past bedding her or protecting her. I’m willing to be self-destructive, negligent, brave, audacious, and stronger than I ever believed possible. She’s blunt force trauma to the heart. And she calls another man Master.-Goodreads
Review: I love this series, I love CD Reiss and Fiona is without question, the best Drazen. I just didn't love this book. Fiona is, without question, the most messed up heroine I've encountered. I wasn't sure how I envisioned the series ending but I didn't see her getting a HEA with Elliot or Deacon. This is a character with serious demons and I feel like she needed serious rehab or counseling for an extended period of time (with a real counselor, not someone who fell for her after a few sessions) to heal herself.
I could see her ending up with Elliot several years down the road, I just didn't buy that she becomes a Suzie Homemaker in a monogamous relationship so quickly. No way.