It started with waking up in a strange place.
It ended with everything that I thought I knew coming into question.
Now, I’m watching love turn into hate, bend turn into break and lies turn into truth that hurts worse than the deception ever did.
Such is my life, The Wicked World of Willow Masters.
Okay, so the suspense is definitely amped after this installment. The secret is finally out–at least that secret. Ebon knows about Willow. And Sage. And his ‘reaction’ to finding out has cost him his job–and possibly the woman he loves. Of course for Willow, she just feels so much guilt about Ebon losing his job, but she doesn’t know what’s about to happen.
I’ll say, for me, this installment was a bit stronger for me than the previous. I liked the reveal of the deception, and the way it was done was done differently than how I would have guessed–especially after Willow’s car accident. Bonus points for surprising me.
For me, I still wonder–does Sage know what Willow did? To the full extent? I still don’t think I’ve gotten that. Wouldn’t she be totally pissed?
We get a bit more of Willow’s back story, in regards to her past relationship, which ended with her being deemed “crazy” by her parents–making them incredibly worked up when they catch wind of what happened with Ebon.
As for Ebon’s family, I’m intrigued. Obviously, from what we read, we knew there was a reason he was hiding out from them for all this time–but I didn’t realize to what extent that was necessary. It seems they are the most depraved human beings, and now they’ve infiltrated Ebon’s life–the one that he worked hard to create, even if he thought it was all now falling apart. I’m not exactly sure why he headed home, not sure what he was hoping to accomplish with that conversation with his father.
Serials are working for me because of the time I have to read–I like that I can start and finish a book so quickly, and as long as I can get into it, like with these, they seem to be enough to keep my reading mood satisfied right now. So if you’re short on time, but still want to sit down and read something, I suggest serials.
Session Four, also the final installment, will be out in a couple weeks, and I’m definitely eager to see how this is all wrapped up. If you’ve not picked up these serials yet, I do recommend them. Each one is building, and I can’t wait to see how it all culminates.
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My name is Paige James. I’m a fairly shy bookworm and lover of all things romantic and steamy. I’m a wife, a daughter, a sister, a friend, a drinker of wine, an animal advocate (even the ones that look like rodents) and a spinner of tales. Thank you for taking a chance on my work. You’re making this working girl’s dream come true.