This is the fourth book in this series.
I did find it interesting that the dad had been through this world before.
I don’t care for the whole stab of…well..let me show you…
[“All right, Katie,” said her teacher, Mr. Holmen, with a smirk as broad and unwelcome as his mustache. Looking at the rest of the class like he had a secret, he said, “I don’t mind giving the girls a little extra help with their math. It doesn’t come naturally to them, after all.” All the boys in class snickered. Even Johnny Wells, and she had been helping him with his math homework all the way since September.]
(Didn’t the last one borderline fat shame?)
I hope this is not a trend in her books. I would really be disappointed in stopping a series i generally enjoy for reasons the author unnecessarily adds into the stories..
I like the fair value payment system, and everyone being held accountable for their debt themselves.
I can comfortably give this book a 4.5 stars.
And despite the small issue in the beginning, i would easily say this is my favorite in the series so far.