Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Coming For You by JA Huss

Title: Coming For You
Series: Dirty Dark & Deadly (#3)
Author: JA Huss
From: Amazon
Genre: Romance, Suspense
Release Date: 19th November 2014
Challenges: 2016 Read the Books You Buy, 2016 Prequel & Sequel Challenge (12 points)
Links: Goodreads - Amazon

*My contain spoilers for the previous books in the series*

With James and Sasha presumed dead, Harper's father proceeds with his original plan, and with the original man he promised Harper to. But even though Harper thinks James killed Sasha, and knows he's done atrocities, she can't help but want him to come for her and to save her. James won't let something as small as an attempt on his life stop him from getting Harper back, but more than that, he wants to free all the Company children...

The ending! (And yes I am starting backwards on this one!) I wasn't expecting certain characters to make an appearance and I tell you it had me welling up! The other consequence of the ending was me really wanting to read Sasha's book (Wasted Lust) straight away...though I'm doing things right and going for Meet Me in the Dark next!

I love that there is no real way of telling who is good and who is bad in this series. All of the characters have done things that could be considered evil, and yet some of them are working towards good outcomes. But that doesn't stop them being likeable in the slightest. Despite what they've done, you find yourself routing for Harper and James to make it back together, and for them to suceed!

Sasha! Oh my goodness Sasha! I liked her before, and now...well who doesn't like a kick a** 13 year old! I am a little confused over her past relationship with Nick (Harper's twin) and where that will go in the future, but I'm content to find out when I get to Wasted Lust. It was easy to forget at times that Sasha was just 13, but then she'd do (or think) something that reminded the reader.

The POV switches worked really well. There were three (not including the ending where there was another one added in briefly); James, Harper and Sasha. There was only one point, near the end, where all three of them knew everything, and so switching between the three of them really helped keep the suspense going and moving the story along.

I still can't believe I was unsure about Come in the beginning, especially as this book ended the series on such a strong note. Definitely worth a read!