Customer Review

Reviewed in Australia on 7 November 2021
This was one of my most anticipated reads of 2021 so you could say I’m biased when it comes to this series.
I generally find it’s the little things in books that add layers and depth. Kerri’s use of food in KOTW was what won me over to the series. Not to mention it was set in Sicily (Italy is one of my favourite places in the world). The signature food references are carried through into this book, and can I just say I NEED a recipe book for this series!

Where the first book left me craving more of Emilia and Wrath, the second book delivered. The chemistry and spice between them went from 0 to 100. For anyone that’s absolutely not in love with Wrath by now there’s something wrong with you.

Where KOTW focuses on world building and character development, KOTC delves deeper into the character development of Emilia and Wrath. It’s also a deep dive into their relationship with the plot taking more of a backseat until the last few chapters.

The only bone I have to pick is with that cliff-hanger! I mean seriously Kerri, you’re killing me!
For those that have read KOTC you’ll know what I mean when I say I hope the next book picks up where this one left off.

This series is in my top reads of all time and I can’t wait to see where the story takes us next. Hopefully we won’t have to wait too long.
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