Tommaso by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
After meeting Tommaso in the previous books I was eager to see him get his happily ever after. In the wonderful and wild world of Mimi, nothing is ever simple, though. There's Cimil to contend with, remember? If this is your first foray into this world, I would probably suggest you slow your roll and start at the beginning of at least this series, but probably the previous one. There are oodles of characters with lots of ugly baggage. If you can't wait, this will get very confusing.
Tommaso is turning evil (again), but at least he may have found his mate. Unfortunately, she doesn't remember him and appears to not even find him attractive at all, after he ends up tracking her down again. There are a whole mess of evil and confusing traps to avoid on their way to happiness (including a lot of golf). Oh, and there's a messload of open questions at the end of the book. Oh, and! there is a huge side story in Zac and Tula (with no resolution yet). I would say this book was split about 50/50 Tommaso/Zac which was maybe a good thing?
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