Series: Grimm Agency

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Aug 19
Wish Bound (Grimm Agency #3) by J.C. Nelson (review)

Wish Bound (Grimm Agency #3) by J.C. Nelson (review)

I loved how a lot of the things you wondered about through the other books in the series finally was explained in this one. Like the evil cheese in the Agency’s fridge. Why Rosa hates Marissa. Why magic goes so horribly, weirdly wrong around Marissa. (And I totally didn’t see the answer to that coming!) I really liked Mikey, his character really grew in this book. Grimm is still my favorite, as he has been in all the books. But I also loved reading about the Adversary (the devil), and we get to meet god as well (though I’ve already… Read more »

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Aug 12
Armageddon Rules (Grimm Agency #2) by J.C. Nelson (review)

Armageddon Rules (Grimm Agency #2) by J.C. Nelson (review)

This book takes place a few years after the first book ended. I liked this one a lot more, which is rare for me. It had a lot more funny moments, and less of the things that irked me about the first book. Marissa was less shallow in this one, and while she still made fun of princesses, it was in a way you could tell was supposed to be funny and not mean. I also loved how she twisted the plagues! And it still amuses me that toy poodles are considered evil, people-eating creatures from hell. This was very… Read more »

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Jul 26
Free Agent (Grimm Agency #1) by J.C. Nelson (review)

Free Agent (Grimm Agency #1) by J.C. Nelson (review)

I liked this book. It may push buttons for some, because Marissa comes off as a bit shallow and hooked on looks at first. Mostly her own and the princess’. She’s also mouthy, and does not take direction well. As the book goes on, we get to see more depth to her character. She’s loyal, and will do anything for those she cares for. I really loved Grimm! I wasn’t expecting him to come out as my favorite character, but there was just something about him. I also liked Ari, the princess. At least once we actually got to know… Read more »

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