Quick Review: Instinct by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Featured imageI will say this for Nick Gautier. His life is never boring. He would tell you that is a bad thing but it’s way too entertaining.  I don’t know even where to begin to talk about this book without spoiling the previous books so I’ll keep this short. I’ve already talked about this series before so you know how I feel about Nick and his friends. Instinct is no different.  It’s the same snarky Nick as always.  He gets into trouble but always talks or finds away out of it by staying true to himself.  He’s not about to let destiny take control of him and his future.  In the past books, he’s friends had to really step up and help him out but this one, he was basically on his own.  It’s been two years since he found out who he really is and who his friends really are and is finally starting to come into his own.  I know there are a couple more books to go but I feel like we are starting to see the endgame for the series.  Also a bonus is that all of these books are very fast paced and fast reads. Nick is always tasked with multiple crisis’ that seemed to have  nothing in common yet always do that keep him going back and forth between the two but the reader never gets tangled or confused as to what’s going on.  You are there for the ride as is Nick.  So Yeah!  Well done.  I’m looking forward to reading the next book.

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