This is the weakest installment of the story so far. Mac and Barrons are back in action as main leads and as much as I love them, I don't think it's a good turn of events because last I checked this is mainly Dani’s story. Even if there were some open ends, their tale was told.
Again, there are few answers or reveals and there is no conclusion in sight. I'm going to keep on reading the series but the author is stretching it and it shows. Unfortunately, the increase in chemistry (or, shipping spree) doesn’t make up for the decline in plot.“If only it were that personal. Life fucks you anonymously. It doesn’t want to know your name, doesn’t give a shit about your station. The terrain never stops shifting. One minute you think you’ve got the world by the balls, the next minute you don’t know where the fuck the world’s balls are.”