Review: Bitter Bite by Jennifer Estep

Cover for Bitter Bite by Jennifer Estep

Title: Bitter Bite

Author: Jennifer Estep

Series: Elemental Assassin #14

Pages: 401

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Gin has to deal with a very difficult and unique enemy in this one, Finn’s long thought dead relative. Finn has been the most dependable person for Gin since she lost her family. He is her brother even if they are not related by blood, but this situation does shake up that relationship. 

This one was very emotional for Gin and the gang. I liked that we are finally getting a story centered around Finn because he has been a main character throughout this series and it’s about time. Finn’s actions are understandable in this book because at times I did get upset at his actions towards Jo-jo and Gin.  I liked that he does admit his mistakes and learns from them though. 

Gin was amazing as always in this book. I felt that she handled the situation with Finn’s relative, even if it didn’t work out like she planned. I was surprised by how much Gin used her stone and ice magic in this book. She seems to finally have embraced her magic and is using it in more unique ways now. 

Overall, this was another great book for this series. Fourteen books in and it is still going strong. I can’t wait to see what is going to happen next after the ending of this book. 


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#1. Spider’s Bite
#2. Web of Lies
#3 Venom
#4 Tangled Threads
#4.7 Haints and Hobwebs
#5 Spider’s Revenge 
#5.5 Thread of Death
#6 By a Thread
#7 Widow’s Web
#8 Deadly Sting
#8.1 Parlor Tricks
#8.5 Kiss of Venom
#9 Heart of Venom
#10 The Spider
#11 Poison Promise
#12 Black Widow
#13 Spider’s Trap


2 thoughts on “Review: Bitter Bite by Jennifer Estep

  1. Stopping by to say, “Thank you!” Thank you for stopping by my page on an almost daily basis and showing love. I truly appreciate it. You are appreciated and I am grateful. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on books, I love to read them.

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