With Keira finding death on her door she is suddenly plunged into a world of the unknown and has to face it alone…or does she? Soon this new life is filled with heartache, shadowed followers and cryptic messages, that only promise to lead her deeper into world of the supernatural like never before.
For Keira, even taking a breath without the other half of her soul is painful enough. So when given the choice to either accept what life the fates have decided she live, or to force that life behind her and accept the dangerous journey ahead, the answer is easy…
She will fight to save the man she loves.
But this fight includes Heaven and Hell in search of the truth, a truth that will rather set her heart free or be destroyed on the other side.
Are the fates really to be trusted?
This book is destructive to your emotions, having the tissues ready now as this paranormal romance takes you through some soul-crushing moments of heart-wrenching twists. Draven and Kiera are so meant to be together, but the choices that come to light in this book are dark, egotistical, and heartbreaking. This is honestly my least favorite book so far as we get to a new side to Draven. I’m not too fond of the side and his choices, even if I understand their point.
This book picks up right at the cliffhanger from The Triple Goddess. I’m so glad, and I’m still stunned by that epic ending. I can’t believe it; how could it be the leading character male can’t be. I can’t wait to find out how this ends.
This book has a wanting it; in the beginning, it is for a mature audience. It does contain explicit content and more.
Kiera is discovering heartbreak like no other. What will she do? Leivic gets to be the bearer of bad news. Kiera is distraught with numbness and heartbreak; it is soul-wrenching; it will bring tears. I mean, seriously crying over a fictional character’s death, that’s normal, right? Wow, we go from utter sadness to a fight like no other. She starts to almost live normally until she usually gets some visits and letters. Now it seems she has the adventure to undergo to rescue her love.
Wow, Kiera goes to hell and back, and still no Draven. This book is cryptic as she journeys with a protector she doesn’t know about and an oracle giving her coded clues. I’m also surprised that we have a cast of kings but no Sophia or Vincent. When the story seems dire and is almost at its end, a knight in pale armor rescues her by buying her. This story does get weirder.
Finally, the clues and Phrophecy seem to end, and she finds her lost soul mate only to be devasted. Then this book turns toward more tears, and I hope she doesn’t forgive him this time so easily. I hope she values herself enough to make him beg for it with all she has been through as she deserves nothing less and certainly not what she has been given in this book.
Thankfully this book doesn’t end on a huge cliffhanger, but it doesn’t end happily either. I can’t wait to see what happens next, and I hope something amazing happens for Kiera.
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