Rhys Ford's books never disappoint me. And this, the last of the Sinners series is no different.
Miki St John and Kane Morgan finally get their totally happy ending. Yeah, yeah, they got a happy ending in the first book of the series when they found each other and found their love, but there was so much of their story that still needed to be told. Especially in Miki's case!
So here we wrap it all up. We come full circle and everyone is there for the event. Miki's band members, Kane's siblings and parents and for me, having my favourite of all the Sinners characters, Quinn, play such an important, albeit small, part in the story was the best. And OMG, Brigid and Donal - they are the best parents ever!!
I have only one problem and that's why I didn't give the book another half star. Rhys is desperately fond of her characters sneering and smirking. I hate sneering and smirking heroic characters! It doesn't make them tough and edgy and cutely cynical. Sneering and smirking are for villains and icky people, not the ones I love, so... not 4.5 stars.
But other than that one small (in the whole scheme of things) thing, the book was terrific. The closing circle of the series was perfect. And Miki and Kane got their for real HEA. I'm a happy reader.