A bad storm is brewing in The Dollhouse in this latest addition to the series.
No Mercy ended with Duchess having a premonition that matters were only going to become worse and, unfortunately for her, she was right. Not one to be fooled by short-lived moments of peace, she knew something just didn’t feel it and her deepest fears were confirmed. Duchess is used to having to deal with threats from the outside world, but what will she do when she starts to suspect a traitor under her very own roof?
Needless to say, life in The Dollhouse becomes conflicted and volatile. Duchess is faced with difficult decisions and it seems that the only people she can trust are in the No Mercy MC instead of the people she lives with and thought she knew.
Many questions are answered in this gritty and heartbreaking novel and we see a deeper look into the thoughts and memories of Duchess and Franky. We also see a change in the relationship of Captain and Duchess. Their relationship is put through the ultimate test and Duchess begins to question if perhaps they are better off apart.
Lost Faith was a fast-paced book that had me at the edge of my seat! There were moments when I wanted to throw my kindle out of anger due to the words and actions of certain characters. Mary Martel did an excellent job of placing me in the head of Duchess because I felt as though I was the one experiencing such a tumultuous and difficult period of time.
To a particular character who shall remain nameless in order to keep this review spoiler-free:
Without giving much away, I loved seeing a vulnerable side to Duchess without her losing any of her badass demeanor. If you thought the last book was crazy, you haven’t seen anything yet. Buckle up bitches! It’s going to be one hell of a ride!