I loved this book, the third in the series.
There is less physical danger to our main characters this time around, but the threat of it has not totally dissipated. Unfortunately, there are always folks willing to hurt others, and that's no less true this time around. Thayer and Corey have grown as individuals and as a couple, and it was nice to see that they can disagree and yet work things out in a mature way. To me, that's the sign of a healthy relationship. I appreciated that aspect. As always, they each have a unique take on life and humour and their friends.
In Zero Chill, we get to not only catch up with old friends (and BOY, does Collier grow!) but make a new one.
Zero Chill is a mature, satisfying and humourous extension of the series that I've greatly enjoyed, and I can't wait to read the next book!
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