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Review: Casting Shadows by Sophie McKenzie

Flynn is making every effort to stay in control of his hot temper, while River feels more content than she's ever been. Together the two of them make big plans for the future, but powerful secrets lurk in the shadows, ready to threaten their happiness.

My thoughts
A very short review on this one because I don't have huge amount to say.

The book is written in classic Sophie McKenzie style meaning it was easy and fast to get through as it flowed quite happily from one page to the next and I found myself done with in within a matter of hours.

This particular instalment carries on with the story established in book one and two of River and Flynn and sees them struggling to have their relationship accepted by those around them. I must admit in this instalment I started to see the point of those around River telling her to stay away from Flynn and I did find I didn't actually like him at all in this book. I found him quite arrogant and bit too full of it which is something I didn't think before reading this book.

The story finishes on a bit of a cliffhanger as you are left with a very uncertain future for the two of them. I am still quite curious to see where I goes but not sure I am a Flynn fan anymore