Read it in all of 2 sessions because it was so easy to get into. The first book felt complete and was satisfying, but the hints at wants to come for book 2 show that book 1 only touched the surface. The concept of assassin debt collectors is eerily plausibly. But I wonder what the bank gets off of killing people other than scaring people with very low debt to pay up and people to not getting credit cards in the future.
Best in the series. Villains just trying to protect their unwieldy teenage princess decide to become real villains by killing them. It's like the Breakfast Club for fairy tale villains.
The ending was good. Not so keen on a cop dating a student though, 18 or not.
This one had an interesting premise, and the author seemed to understand short story structure better than the previous authors in the series. I don't think both sisters povs were needed though. The emotional connection should have been with the one wanted her memories of her ex erased, but instead it was the cleaner and how he was different from his family. I just wasn't invested emotionally in this or the any of the stories in the series.
The writing was fine, but there wasn't must story. The blurb covers it. I did like that Gray was smart enough to pretend to be selling her so that he could form a plan for their escape from the brothel, but his cleverness was all the story had going for it.