Werewolves of London by Angie Fox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book was exactly what I wanted in a follow-up book about Petra and Galen. Sure, there was a book in between here, but I'm glad we got here eventually!
As the last in the trilogy, you know stuff is going to go down. Marc and Petra are not in a good spot, the peace is just temporary at camp, and we all know another set of prophecies is coming soon. With all that tension, the occupants of this MASH unit still find time to play pranks, bet random items in poker, and generally be awesome. The first step towards chaos comes in the form of secret missions and refugees. We learn a lot more about dragons in this one.
Throwing Galen into the mix is sure to shake things up, but for Petra it changes her whole world. I was glad to see her step up in this one, taking responsibility for her life and actions. Have no fear - we get a really nice and satisfying HEA at the end of all this. Oh, and in between we get to see some of our favorite characters, which is a nice send-off to the series.
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