True Storm ($24.99, Raincoast Books, Entangled Teen), the final book in Toronto author L.E. Sterling‘s True Born trilogy, was as good as I was hoping it to be.

The book gave me the answers I was seeking and the ending I wanted, somewhat.

In True Storm, we learn more about why those in power are after twins Lucy and Margot as well as who is behind the plot to harm them and why. There is more political intrigue and games – games I don’t understand and wouldn’t want to play. And there is that connection between Lucy and her True Born bodyguard Jared Price, a connection that Lucy, out of duty or expectation, won’t acknowledge or embrace. It still drives me nuts

Sterling did a great job at providing me enough background information to remember what had happened in books past and also gave me a return of Alastair, although, truthfully, he turned out to be a bit of a jerk, regardless of his reasons.

True Storm was a quick read with more political intrigue and corruption.

A great read and a great conclusion to this trilogy.

Read my interview with Sterling about True Born here .

A copy of this book was provided by Raincoast Books for an honest review. The opinions are my own.