Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)

Mallt-y-Nos. Matilda of the Hunt. The lone woman who rides with the Wild Hunt, tasked with finding killers who've escaped justice and letting the hounds reap their souls. For Olivia Taylor-Jones, Matilda isn't just a legendary figure from Welsh lore. She is Olivia's past, and her future, one she's finally embraced.Having accepted her role as Matilda, Olivia must now lead her first Hunt. Seems simple enough. But when she questions their target's guilt, the Hunt is halted, her mission failed. Still, it's just a matter of getting Gabriel's help and investigating the man's past to reassure herself that he's guilty. He must be. Otherwise, he wouldn't be a target. But the deeper she digs, the more problems she finds, until she must question everything she knows about the Hunt and the choice she's made...


Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5) Reviews

Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)
Deborah E Kehoe

Rough Justice is a novella revolving around Olivia’s first Hunt as Matilda for the Cwn Annwn. The Hunt provides justice to those who have killed descendents of the fair folk and the Matilda leads that hunt as witness when justice is served. Olivia’s day job is as an investigator for her boyfriend lawyer Gabriel, so admittedly it’s hard for her to accept their prey’s guilt without proof, and because of that he goes free. Olivia investigates the murder and finds that the solution is not as clear c ...more

Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)
Marty Tool

Novella for the completed Cainsville novels, you do need to have read the previous books for a comprehensive read. It's always a great read with these characters and most of them are here, even in cameo. Olivia is on her first Hunt, she trusts the Wild Hunt, but doubts the "justice" for the man's crime. If you remember Olivia is pretty black and white in her thinking, and always requires proof, now once that has happened she's not morally bothered by the outcome a lot of the time. This has a cou ...more

Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)
Kaila

"An eye for an eye seems all well and good until everyone's blind."


I love when authors flesh out their series with novellas ... as if we needed any more proof they're just as addicted to their characters and worlds as we are. And it's already a given that I'll read anything Kelley Armstrong cranks out, so even though the Cainsville series has always had its highs and lows for me, I was more than happy for even a brief glimpse back into the lives of our favorite fated trio.

This novella takes pl
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Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)
Laura Metz

I received this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Iabsolutely love anything written by Kelley and this was no exception. Read it in less than 3 hours and it was incredible. I loved finding more about Gabriel, Ricky, and Liv after she made her decision. The way the balance is working because of her. I really enjoyed reading this and I cannot wait to read more Cainsville Novellas. Also I just can't get enough of Patrick....is it a thing to have strong feelings for Patrick? If no ...more

Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)
Maureen Carden

Fans of Kelley Armstong’s recently ended but fabulous Cainsville series will accept any crumb from the Cainsville table. In Rough Justice we have a tasty, rich, heavily iced cupcake. A cupcake, not a cake because this is a novella.

Olivia is on her first Wild Hunt (Cŵn Annwn) serving as the Malit-y-Nos, Matilda of the Hunt. The Wild Hunt secures justice for the fae by having their hounds harvest souls of those humans who have killed fae but escaped justice in the human world.

However Olivia being
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Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)
The Captain

Ahoy there me mateys! I received this urban fantasy eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. So here be me honest musings . . .

The cover drew me in and three things convinced me to read this book:

1. I love Kelley Armstrong! I discovered her through her young adult book, sea of shadows, and she became me most read author of 2016;

2. It is a Subterranean Press book and they do great work; and

3. This story is set in the Cainsville series.

I am not really an urban fantasy fan so I have be
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Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)
Johanna Sawyer

Thanks to the publisher for an ARC to read and give my honest opinion.

I was absolutely astounded to receive a copy of this until I figured out it was a novella and book 5.5.

I had never read anything of the Cainsville crew, and let me tell you....this was not the book to pick up as a starter. I was completely lost, but as an rabid fan of this author I felt I could do this book justice even if I hadn't read the first five. Well I was wrong...I was lost from the first page not having had read the
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Rough Justice (Cainsville #5.5)
Suzan

I really enjoyed this novella, I love Olivia and Gabriel. It's great to see how they're getting on since the series ended. I love how things aren't completely perfect, there are still issues and insecurities of a sort to be worked out. However I love how all sides are compromising and getting on. Hope we get more novellas though!