I still have no clue what the main plot of this book, and I have no idea why it's called Gilded Wolves.
This was one of my most anticipated reads for January, and I was thrilled to receive an ARC of it. It was disappointing to say the least, which seemed to be how all my reads have been in January. It was a relief when I finally finished this book.
It seems like the author was trying so hard to not make to not make this book like Six of Crows, that the more she tried not to, the more the book seemed to be like SoC.
At throughout almost the entire book, I had no clue what was happening and nothing was vividly painting a picture of who was doing what and why.
I do love the cover, but it doesn't really make any sense with why the title is what it is and why the cover is what it is.