**** (4 out of 5) · Books · Fantasy · Historical Fiction



by Gail Carriger


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Parasol Protectorate Series

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I didn’t like this one as much as the first one, but I still really liked it! Alexia and Conall are amazing.  I love their dynamics.  They fight and bicker constantly but they always have each other’s back.  I love that Alexia is every bit as much as an alpha as Conall and I love that she has found a place where she is respected for that!

I didn’t like how little they talked though.  There were a lot of issues that could have been avoided if they just took the time to talk every once in a while! It wasn’t even like they were purposely not talking, it was just that they were too busy or forgot or got distracted by other things! It was kind of annoying how often it happened.

But overall the story was good! I liked the plot.  It got a little slow for a while, but the rest was action packed and exciting! There were a lot of different plot points and different issues, but they came together nicely in the end!  There was a little bit of a cliffhanger, but not so much that it angered me! It was just enough that I need to start the next the next book immediately!

I know this review is sort of short and not great, but I wanted to get it written before I started the next one!

Have you read this series? Do you love it too? (Don’t tell me what happens in the next books!!)


10 thoughts on “Changeless

  1. I do love these books! I read them all as they came out, and Gail C became one of my very favorite authors. I’m so glad you’re enjoying the series! I think I’m due for a re-read. 🙂


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