When I read the first book in the series, Wicked Lovely, I thought it was going to be a great series of books. The ending left some of the main threads of the story hanging. I read the second book in the series, Ink Exchange, and was disappointed with the ending, again. As each book in the series progressed, the main storyline of the series and the main storylines of each individual book were never resolved. It could have worked out fine if each progressive book evoked strong feelings so that readers could feel and remember the storylines. That is not what happened. By the time the storylines were resolved in the final book, they were no longer interesting. They were also not well written. I finished the series feeling let down, unsatisfied and no longer caring for the storylines of most of the characters.
That big letdown happened after I realized that this author has a proclivity to write “thruples” into her stories. Let us just say that things believed to be choices between two love interests turned out to be no choice at all. Instead, they turned into disgusting three-person sexual groups. After the promise of the first couple of books, I’ve never been so disappointed in a series. I will never read a Melissa Marr book again.