Jill, Book 3 in the Three J’amigos book series by Rose Montague – Now... anyone who has read any of my reviews of Montague's first two installments of this series or her Norma Jean’s School of Witchery know I adore these books and characters as well as Montague’s writing style. I did enjoy Jill, but why, you might ask, did I only give it three stars. I will get to that momentarily.
But first, the story: Jade and Jane are finally going to get some real time together after se
Spoilers so beware! Vampires, witches, shifters, and Fae, OH MY! Jade was as good as I would have expected after reading Montagues other series. I am a little backwards because I started by reading Norma Jean’s School of Witchery Series first and, while the series stood so well on its own, I was excited to see where it started and learn about Jewel’s adopted family.
What impressed me most about Jade was the chemistry that grows so quickly between Jade, the main character, a
I have to admit that I had my reservations about this series as I read the first few pages, but I ended up reading book one and two in one night, it was just that good of a storyline. While the ebook version I had of this book was riddled with typos, missing words, and doubled phrases it did not keep me from turning the page. It is fair to say that this was just a poorly edited version because the second book in this series was finely edited. What’s the big deal and why am I