Review: Under Winter’s Control (Thieves of Winter #3) by Kirsten Blacketer

29743596Title: Under Winter’s Control
Series:  Thieves of Winter #3
Author: Kirtsen S. Blacketer
Genre:   Romance: Historical
Publisher: BlackShip
Release Date: April 29th, 2016
Format: Ebook
Source: Amazon
Pages: 98
Rating:  5 stars

A defiant lady at the mercy of an indifferent thief hiding a compromising secret.

During one of the most anticipated events of the season, Lady Katherine Reddington vanished without a trace. Several months later, the jewels she wore that fateful night appear in the possession of the Earl of Norwich.

Monty has one objective: locate Lady Katherine and restore her to the care of her brother, Edmund. After months of searching every corner of England, the sudden appearance of the jewels gives him a new lead. One that requires Monty venture north into Scotland and into the very conflict he has been desperately trying to avoid.

***Author’s Note: This is the Third Book in the Thieves of Winter Series. Can be read as a stand-alone, but I recommend reading them in order to catch all the interwoven plot points.***


The perfect ending to the series, Under Winter’s Controls brings the series to a close nicely. I felt that the final book brought everything together as it was lovely to revisit the previous couples and see what happened after their own stories.

It was also a relief to understand what was fully going on. In the previous novels, we are given a glimpse of the events that set the novels into motion. Under Winter’s Control finally answers all the burning questions the reader has up to this point.

Blacketer is a skilled writer. She gives us enough plot and heat to keep us interested without just giving us everything we want at once. It’s frustratingly maddening and amazingly addictive all at once. Her characters are interesting and just work together despite the differences in their personalities and stations. All together, it makes a recipe for an utterly delightful trilogy that is not to be missed.

❧ Arec

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