Series: Tin Gypsy #1
October 29, 2019
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Can men who were once ruthless, murders, thieves and were so far from the right side of the law they couldn’t even see the other side… suddenly change?
Bryce Ryan doesn’t think so.
We met the Tin Gypsies in Devney Perry’s The Clover Chapel and learned who they were and what they could do. However, Gypsy King can be read as a stand-alone. Honestly, I read The Clover Chapel a long time ago but I don’t feel like you’re missing any backstory other than meeting these characters.
I really enjoyed the cat and mouse game Devney Perry created between Bryce and Dash. This push and pull they had was everything it needed to be for these characters to come together. It was fun, entertaining and also aggravating at times. I loved it!
What I also love is some good suspense. And Devney Pretty left that suspense open for the book in the series that follow… and let me tell you, I’m hooked! I want to meet the next couple, but I also want some answers!
Bring on Riven Knight!