I would recommend to anyone that read the original series a while ago and possible has issues remembering from character to another because we read so many, is to skim read the last book first. I did find myself a little confused and because of the over length of the book, about 125 pages, we aren’t given much time to catch up.
With all that being said, Being able to see the twins and how the grew up to be fine young men. How the differences of the births effected them all through theirs lives. At home and in society.
How all of the characters from all the books have stayed in contact and because of a situation we find ourselves in band together and show strength and loyalty.
And especially how two young men find each other, but want to learn each other before starting a family.
Now I have to go back and read from the beginning.
“Takeo, you need to put me down.”
Takeo swatted Szin’s ass. “You don’t give the orders here.”
“How’s this, then? Either get me on my feet, or I’m liable to throw up all down the back of you. Not kidding here.”
A rumbling, ominous noise sounded, one Takeo wasn’t sure a body was supposed to make. That got his attention. Without hesitation he set Szin back on his feet. Szin turned green, and Takeo quickly grabbed Szin’s wrist and rubbed a spot on it.
Szin sighed and delicately rubbed his stomach.
“You okay now?” Takeo asked.
“Yeah, much. Neat little trick. I really thought I was going to spew.”
Takeo frowned. Szin was trembling and pale. A simple stun shouldn’t have done that, nor should have what he injected Szin with. “What did you eat last?”
“Um, I think….” Szin rubbed his forehead. “Icing off the birthday cake right before I went to bed.”
Takeo wanted to shake Szin. “Do you mean to tell me that after two big slices—with loads of that homemade ice cream your dad made—you were eating icing straight? No wonder you feel nauseated.”
Szin glared at Takeo. “Yeah, it couldn’t have anything to do with being stunned, then injected with something to knock me out, right? No possible connection there.”