Mother May I (Knight Games #4)
by Genevieve Jack
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Mother May I was a fast read and full of action. It was a good story and climax but the ending fell a little short.
I am looking forward to reading more from this author in her new book about Logan. Logan is such a great character. Polina makes her debut in Mother May I who I loved as well.
The business of restoring Rick Ordenes memories was a very hard and arduous task that almost got Grateful killed.
Her choosing whether to be with her friends and family over being Goddess is still a bit melodramatic to me. I think that word best describes Grateful all in all. The choices she made were never good.
I am a little disappointed about the caretakers role as well and what happened to him. He had the potential of being a constant rock and someone Grateful could trust and rely on, but when he lost his memory he changed from being superhuman to a passive shell of a man. I loved him more in the first installment.