My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody is a highly enjoyable fantasy set in the City of Sin. New Reynes is essentially the most corrupt, debauched version of a city full of gambling dens, houses of pleasure and mob bosses – even the good side of town isn’t very clean.
Enne enters the novel and the city as the typical prudish, good girl who is shocked by everything that happens in the city. I appreciated her drive and dedication as a character but overall didn’t form a strong connection to her. She experiences a little character development, but I didn’t feel much about her until the end of the book when she is really coming to terms with everything that she has learned in the last few weeks.
Levi fills the role of the typical bad boy with a…
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