My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The conclusion to the Cousin’s O’Dwyer Trilogy is not what I thought it would be. Well, I did figure that the last couple would finally get their heads out of their butts and make a go of it, and I did figure that the main plot line would be resolved, but the little details that turned up I didn’t think would happen.
This trilogy is set up to follow three couples, so of course they end up engaged by the end of each book. No big surprise there. And because this couple are both witches, some rather exotic play time occurs. As with some of the other reviews on Goodreads, Branna does do a lot of cooking, but she did a lot of cooking in the other books too. We just get more of it since we’re focused on her now.
Anyway, as a wrap up, I like witches and sorcerers (even if they are named the Irish version of Kevin) and magick, and demons. So I liked it. It was fun to read about all the things they were doing and how they did it. Some of it was even based on what modern witches do. I liked that too. I’d read it again for fun sometime.