Friday, November 8

Review: Bold Tricks by Karina Halle

Title: Bold Tricks
By: Karina Halle
Series: The Artists Trilogy
My Copy: Ebook from Netgalley
BookWhisperer Rating:
4 Stars

With more lives at stake and games in motion, Ellie, Camden and Javier form an uneasy alliance that will take them from the treacherous streets of inner-city Mexico to the wilds of the Honduran jungles in order to find their freedom. But with liberty just on the horizon, the cost might come at their own redemption.

Bold Tricks is the final book in The Artists Trilogy. Ellie, Camden, and Javier will together find themselve on a mission to find Ellie's beloved Gus. Just as we have come to expect in the past two book and one novella; nothing is ever what it seems and ulterior motives always seem to be at the forefront of intentions with these people. Throughout the series I have found myself back and forth with the emotions toward this cast of characters. Always trying to find some light of goodness in each, and every one. This book will peel back all of the layers, and uncover all of the secrets. My only complaint throughout this journey was the tansition for our main character. Ellie has been through much on this journey, but this book toward a much more emotional character role for her. With moments of determination and strength it was not horrible, but I was looking for the intimidating and ruthless Ellie. The Ellie that while she has a great heart and conscious; she will do whatever it takes to save the ones she loves. She will at all cost end this, so that she may have a future without looking over her shoulder. This was pretty good ending for such an action packed novel. This experience has proven to be memorable, and an exhilarating suspensful ride.

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