Book Review The Crow’s Murder by Tate James

May 272019

The Crow’s Murder (Kit Davenport Book 5) BLURB:

Well, I just can’t seem to catch a break, can I?

None of us saw it coming, no matter what precautions we took or how many contingencies we put into play.

What’s the point of having all this power when everyone is out to get me?

They say things are darkest before the light, and that the storm gets worse before it clears. Trust me when I say platitudes don’t do a damn bit of good when you’re in the middle of it.

I’m Kit Davenport, and my heart is breaking.

Title: The Crow’s Murder (Kit Davenport #5)
Author: Tate James
Publication Date: May 23rd, 2018
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (290 pages)
Rating: 8/10

Since my bit of disappointment from previous book, I continue to read the whole series, but I need closure. I love the guys and Kit, even if I kind of want a bit more plot and character development.

Again, I’m picky so this series will not be re-read soon, but I did enjoy it.

Finally, I am happy for Austin, because, seriously.. #teamaustin

The plot twist with Wes was a nice touch and it gave me some more action, especially when that triggers Kit into a dark side.

We get more answers in this book, since the guys now are being returned to their powers, which helps with long lost questions. This also gives me the feeling that things will go worse before turning for the better and I just can’t wait to read it all.

One book left, and it’s the story of River. We know he’s a shifter but questions, questions, questions!

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