Review – Blameless by Gail Carriger

Blameless (Parasol Protectorate, #3)Blameless by Gail Carriger

My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Overall Rating 5 Stars

-Book Description: 5

-Cover: 3

-Plot: 5

-Creativity: 4

-Grammar: 5

-Simile Use: 4 (minimal usage)

-Description: 4 (well balanced)

-Show And Tell Balance: 4

After recovering from my disappointment in the second book in the Parasol Protectorate series I dove straight into Blameless, hoping for more action and a better balance of show and tell. That is exactly what Blameless delivered. Alexia is always getting into trouble, but this time trouble seems to have found her. She’s pregnant and her husband doesn’t believe it could possibly be him. Her friends band together to prove him wrong, and we get to learn more about Alexia’s soulless state and what it means. It’s an interesting journey with twists and turns involving the vampires and exactly why they are so against the whole idea of Alexia being pregnant. In addition, we have the Templars thrown in who are shown in such a despicable light that you get a bad taste in your mouth at the name. Carriger once again has woven a story with non-stop action, her signature dry humor and a touch of romance, all perfectly balanced.

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