Series: The Hollows #16
on 14th June 1022
Genres: Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal, Suspense, Urban Fantasy
Source: Kindle Purchase
In the aftermath of much trouble, Rachel still has some fight left in her... even when things happen that make her have to face her enemies on her own. Hoodin living in her church because she promised to shelter him from the other demons does not in any way make her life easier either.
Rachel is still her impulsive self - with a very strong moral compass, which is one of the many reasons why her fans love her as much as they do.
Trent does his best to be there for Rachel, but business keeps him away more often than not.
Between the urgent business at hand, and her memories sometimes playing tricks on her, Rachel definitely has her work cut out for her.
Trouble with the cursed is an adrenaline rush on crack! Rachel has so many things going on at the same time it’s almost impossible to keep up and breath at the same time!
Oh my gosh! I don’t even know why I’ve waited a bit over a month to read this latest installment in the Hollows series, but somehow that happened. Rachel is still my best demon-witch, and I love her with all my heart! Even if there’s not really much I can say without spoiling things for those who haven’t gotten this far in the series yet…
Of course, Jenks is very present in Trouble with the Cursed, even when Rachel tries to protect him. And Trent is there as much as is possible for him as well. However, she does find herself fighting her enemies with a smaller team – or on her own – more often than not. And it does take its toll on her for sure.
A lot of prior plot twists and turns were at least partially resolved in Troubled With the Cursed, but there are still things that need to be addressed. You can’t even imagine how it feels to read this, and also how happy I was when I came to the end to see that Ms. Harrison is working on the next Hollows book as we speak 🙂
I loved Rachel’s inner strength in Trouble With the Cursed, because she has matured, and she has definitely learned from (some of) her mistakes. She’s right up there among my favorite heroines, and I’m elated I’ll be able to delve back into this world in the future.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges: