I would have given this book 5 stars except that the book felt like it could have been shaved from its 452 pages to 250 pages. I loved the scenes where Daeman and Katy were together, but it felt like the author put too much effort into drawing out the times between attempts on Daedalus.
So this book takes off right where #2 left off. Blake comes back and wants Katy, Daeman and Dawson’s help to get his friend, Chris (think Daeman and Katy’s connection) out of the DOD’s holding cell. They enlist help and train, they go to prom and a club. Daeman and Katy get closer, but Daeman still hasn’t told her he loves her.
Katy drove me nuts sometimes. She was always making her own decisions about what to do in situations instead of asking Daeman when this is his world and she is very new to it. She insisted on going to Daedalus and that is just asking for trouble.
“Simmer down, Kitten, before I have to get you a ball of yarn to play with.” -Daemon to Katy