Review: Separation

Monday, 1 June 2015
Separation Separation by Stylo Fantome
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oooh, what an ending! Revenge is definitely a dish best served cold and I can't wait to see what Tate has in store for Kane, Ang, Ellie and even poor Sanders.

Still recovering from the brutal way her life nearly ended, Tate is still friends with Sanders but is fiercely resisting any re-acquaintance with Jameson. Sanders continues to look out for Tate after they build up a strangely endearing friendship, but even Sanders is struggling to bring Tate around from the darkness overshadowing her.

Tate is still being befriended by Nick but she is resistant to his charms as she struggles to find a way to live without Jameson in her life. Despite their hate-filled relationship, Tate is mourning the loss of his presence in her life and despite Nick's advances and hopes, she is unwilling to commit to anything more than friendship with him. Jameson is aware of Tate's relationship with Nick though and sets out to bring Tate around to his way of thinking and with Sanders' support, they hatch a plan to get Tate to spend time with Jameson without her knowledge.

Tate loves Sanders and trusts him implicitly so when she realises that he and Jameson have duped her she is furious but she finds it difficult to be angry towards Sanders for long. Jameson though is a different matter and she sets about making life as difficult as possible for him. Eventually, though, Jameson and Tate come together once again and despite Tate's inability to forgive him, she is insanely jealous of him and especially his connection to Pet who is still lurking in the shadows.

Just as you think life may be calming down for Jameson, Tate and Sanders though, Ang arrives and causes mayhem and leaves Tate questioning where her loyalties really lie.

This trilogy is simply amazing. I am loving every minute of it and I can't wait to see what Tate has in store from Jameson and her friends as punishment for their wrongdoings. Strangely, it's actually a comical read at times, despite the darkness, and this certainly adds to the book's success.

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