There’s no backing down.
It’s time to fight for freedom, or surrender to destiny.
Failure is not an option. The pack
s alliance is crucial to their victory.
But in the end, the future of their world lies in her hands.
I want to start out by saying I had no idea there was so much hate fr Shay and so much love for Ren when it comes to this series. While I can barely remember Nightshade, my review seems to indicate I was not a fan of Ren while I found Calla to be her best self when she was with Shay. While I still stand by that sentiment, getting to know Ren presented a different side that we didn’t get to see in previous books.
Call goes back to the Vale for Ren to introduce him to his sister and make him privy to the truth of the existence. She then proceeds to have some very teenagery angst over whether she wants to be with Ren or Shay. She gets really physical and leads them both on when it’s been clear since Nightshade who she truly wants to be with. I kind of found this despicable, and Calla and her antics concerning the two really became someone I didn’t like.
Despite that, the book was full of action, danger, and adventure. I really felt for all of their losses and was proud of their triumphs. While I wasn’t totally thrilled with the ending, I found it satisfactory.
I feel like the epilogue should have been from the Pack’s point of view. Getting it from Sabine’s POV made it seem a bit disconnected. Overall a decent ending. Though now I’ve read there are to be more books in this series. Just WHY?
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