Review: Death & Dust by Skyla Madi

Review: Death & Dust by Skyla Madi

Jai Stone…

I met him in the shadows first. He was tall and broad-shouldered, a man full of heat, passion, and unconditional love meant only for me.

He was my perfect counterpart, my best friend, and the only spark of light in an otherwise cold, dark hell.

But it was never meant to be.

Together, we fought hard in a war that sought only to destroy us, and the casualties are worse than I ever imagined.

Because of Skull…
I lost the closest thing I had to family.

Because of Skull…
I’ll never get the chance to atone for my mistakes.

Because of Skull…
I was no longer Jai’s kitten.

My Review:
3.5 Stars

Death & Dust is the final book in Skyla Madi’s New York Crime Kings series. Well-written (as always) and more emotional than the others, Death & Dust is gripping and fast-paced. It starts immediately after Book 6 ends and then skips a years to show them recovering from the events in the first six books. Skyla Madi does an excellent job portraying the aftereffects that people experience after a traumatic event. I read this entire series in approximately two weeks and it just felt long and drawn-out. At the end of Death & Dust I was/am neutral. Yes, it’s a good story but no didn’t have to take seven books to tell it. I might read more of Skyla Madi’s work but probably only standalone stories.

I received an advanced copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.

Favorite Quotes:

  • I shower and wash most of my issues down the drain.
  • If he doesn’t touch me soon, I’ll do it myself.

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