Ruby Fever- Review
By Ilona Andrews
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Hidden Legacy #6
Publication Date: August 23,2022
Publisher: Avon Romance
Source: Received an ARC in exchange for an honest review
Rating: 4.5 Stars
#1 New York Times bestselling author Ilona Andrews is back with the newest book in the exciting Hidden Legacy series—the thrilling conclusion to her trilogy featuring fierce and beautiful Prime magic user Catalina Baylor.
An escaped spider, the unexpected arrival of an Imperial Russian Prince, the senseless assassination of a powerful figure, a shocking attack on the supposedly invincible Warden of Texas, Catalina’s boss… And it’s only Monday.
Within hours, the fate of Houston—not to mention the House of Baylor—now rests on Catalina, who will have to harness her powers as never before. But even with her fellow Prime and fiancé Alessandro Sagredo by her side, she may not be able to expose who’s responsible before all hell really breaks loose.
I was in a bit of a reading slump when I picked up Ruby Fever and it immediately broke me out. I do wish I had reread at least Catalina’s books before this one though. However, after a few pauses to rack my brain about some of the side-characters, I quickly got pulled into the story. There’s a lot of action and battles in this book, and at times, they felt a little predictable. That didn’t dim my enjoyment though. The mystery around the attack on the warden and the new character of the Russian prince made the storyline intriguing and yet allowed for a wrap up of things introduced in the very first book. Ruby Fever definitely felt like the end of the series with little threads hinting at a story for Arabella one day. Because there was so much action, and that Catalina and Alessandro are engaged, the romance did feel a little light. But when they did get romantic scenes, they packed a punch. This book was exactly what I wanted for the series and I enjoyed every second of reading it!
Great review! I’m so excited to start reading this! Glad to hear the romance still packs a punch at least some of the time. I love this pairing.
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