Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Diane's Review ~ The Breaking Season by K.A. Linde

The Breaking Season (Seasons, #3)The Breaking Season by K.A. Linde
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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My favourite of the series (so far)!

Camden and Katherine. Yeah, I’d been watching these two for a while. The disdain for others, and almost self-hatred, felt all too uncomfortably real. I watched but didn’t particular care for so imagine how surprised I was by much I loved, loved, loved their story! Talk about characters with hidden depths. Told from both points of view, getting behind the facades of these complex characters was a reading treat…

Katherine had been a core member of the Crew but her distance from almost everyone except Penn was of her own making. She let glimpses slip once in a while, showing a more human and decent side, so while I knew there had to be more I wasn't prepared for the secrets she hid… And Camden? Well, he had secrets too and while he showed his caring in (granted) diabolical but totally Robin Hood-like ways, he was still hiding a lot. These two together should have been a match made in he** (and it was at times) so I really wondered how it could possibly end well…

This story shone with all the foibles and strengths that Kat and Camden brought to the mix. Grief, shame, they were no strangers to either of them and when they stopped fighting and reached out? Well, they were there for each other and so was the motley crew of friends and family. Let me go on record - it was spectacular…

Buckle up and be prepared for the whole spectrum of emotion and all the wit and sarcasm thrown in for good measure. It was angst-filled, heart-hurting and (eventually) oh so sweet in a style only the Crew and their others could possibly pull off. Fabulous!

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