After the shameful actions of her husband (actually suspecting her of adultery just because she’s pregnant with an impossible baby), Alexia moved back in with her parents. But considering her relationship with her mother and her stepsisters, it should comes as no surprise that things don’t actually go very well. And since Alexia has to figure out what kind of baby she’s going to have anyway (with a preternatural mother and a werewolf father – despite what he may think – that’s not that easy to answer), since she lost her job due to the social scandal resulting from the estrangement from her husband, and since the attempts on her life are increasing, it might be time for a trip. And what better thing to do than to visit the Templars who have been experimenting on preternaturals for a long time?
With Blameless, the Parasol Protecorate series continues to be increasingly enjoyable and increasingly well written. It’s thoroughly entertaining.