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Reviewed by Maureen Dangarembizi for Readers' Favorite
Bound In Silver by Josie Jaffrey is a post-apocalyptic paranormal romance and the third book in the Solis Invicti series. Are there worse things than being under the protection of the Silver? In this installment, we're about to find out. Emmy is finally outside the wall of London but it’s not quite what she expected. The Weepers have always retreated from the Silver race but what if they are learning resilience the same way they’ve learned to walk in the sun. Emmy and a former rebel have been taken to the farm where they will serve their sentence for rebellion at the Primus’ leisure. The farm is far from Ben’s clutches but it has its own set of dangers. As Emmy struggles to survive far from her friends, she comes a little too close to the Weepers than she’d like.
Josie Jaffrey raised the tension in Bound In Silver but I wanted more Sol and Drew from the beginning. Alas, it was not to be but the author did a good job of taking my mind off London. If I thought Ben was crazy, book three introduces a scarily deranged adversary for Emmy. I didn’t see how Emmy could survive but Josie Jaffrey came through for me. This book also brings in a new facet of human nature that I didn’t approve of but understood. That is the relationship between Emmy and her fellow prisoner. The plot is as complicated as ever and I think the reader gets to really understand Emmy’s character and motivations in this one. There was also the most staggering reveal of the series. I had a serious OMG moment reading this book.