Book Review: Seven Crows

Killian Delaney has a skewed moral compass, a high threshold for pain, and has just been released from prison to discover that someone has taken her niece. 
Killian does not hesitate. Loyalty is the most important thing in her life, and when she gets a call from her sister saying that her daughter is missing, Killian immediately begins hunting down the men responsible.
She quickly discovers her niece was involved with a notorious biker gang who are engaged in everything from drugs to human trafficking. And to make it worse, the man who sent Killian to jail, the one she nearly beat to death, is at the center of it all.
To save her niece, she’ll need a plan. A smart, quick, and efficient one. Because she’s going to do it right this time. She’ll burn them to the ground.

I received a digital advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I really wanted to like this book. I really tried to dive into it super hard but it just fell flat for me. I didn’t really connect with any of the characters. The writing was good, but it still felt very cliche. 

Killian just wasn’t set up for a character that you could sympathize with. The story as a whole just didn’t work for me. I almost hated the mundane things she did throughout the story. Like who does laundry when there is a kidnapper on the loose.. Like, oh I might get abducted, but I better make sure my socks are clean. 

I didn’t like the storyline progression at all, but then again maybe I wasn’t the right audience which kind of baffles me as I have read several books by this author and I really enjoyed them. 

I do want to thank the author, the publisher, and NetGalley for allowing me to review this title. 

Image and synopsis taken from NetGalley.

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