Close Remembrance (The Krinar Chronicles, #3)

Close Remembrance (The Krinar Chronicles, #3)

Close Remembrance by Anna Zaires

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


I’m glad I finished this series, but this final book missed the mark a bit for me. The most suspenseful aspect for me was the villain (the reveal of whom would have made for a killer cliffhanger for book 2 as opposed to an opening chapter for book 3). Unfortunately I wanted there to be more with the villain. It felt like the scenes with him enacting his nefarious plans (climax scenes) were sort of rushed. They seemed to be wrapped up within a short few pages. His plans were indeed dastardly- there was no disappointment there. But for how terrible they were the implementation felt almost glossed over. I feel like equal page space was given to one of Mia’s trips to the waterfall.
I thoroughly enjoy this author’s style, and her male main characters. That said, this type of story (sci-fi/paranormal) is just not for me. I still enjoyed this series, namely because Zaires wrote it and made Korum delightfully possessive and alpha, but I do not foresee reading any more books of this nature. It is because of his character that I would recommend this series to fans of sci-fi/paranormal.



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The stunning conclusion to the critically acclaimed series that has won thousands of fans!

When a ruthless enemy finally strikes, Mia and Korum will face the biggest test of their relationship yet. But it’s Korum’s own secrets that may ultimately tear them apart.

From the beaches of Costa Rica to a planet in a distant galaxy, theirs is a love story that may change the world . . .

Warning: This book contains strong sexual content and explicit language and is not suitable for readers under 18.

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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