- Paperback: 416 pages
- Publisher: Piatkus; 1 edition (28 June 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0349406111
- ISBN-13: 978-0349406114
- Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 2.2 x 12.5 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 222 g
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The seventh book in USA Today bestselling author Kristen Callihan's dark, atmospheric series set in Victorian London will appeal to fans of New York Times bestselling author Amanda Quick.
Miss Layla Starling, the young, beautiful, and extremely wealthy heiress, is the talk of London. Until now, she's managed to evade the marriage noose. Despite the fact that she is unfortunately American, she's received a staggering number of offers. And turned down every one.
St. John Evernight does not want to admit the relief he feels every time he hears that she has rejected one of her suitors. Which is unfair of him. Layla deserves to be happy. But he can not offer her happiness. He will never be normal, never be anything but a freak in her world.
So St. John resolves to keep his distance, until he is recruited by the Society for the Suppression of Supernaturals to guard Layla. For she is in grave danger, and he is about to learn the full extent of his powers . . .
'Callihan has a great talent for sexual tension and jaw-dropping plots' - Diana Gabaldon
'A sizzling paranormal with dark history and explosive magic! Callihan is an impressive new talent.' - Larissa Ione
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This final novel in the 7 book series while monumental in scope and plot, only rated 4 Stars from me instead of 5 mainly because there was SO much happening I felt it was a bit confusing in some places although the ending of this novel's main plot was done well, the end of the series may have been done as well as possible but still felt a wee bit incomplete for me.
This novel is going to revolve mainly around 2 couples Sin and Layla plus additionally a bit less but equally as important is Augustus and Lena. We will be told about the tie in of a overarching plot of sorts that nobody ever saw that led us to this end story. In the process we will see four of the previous six couples again.
As with all of the books in this series, this one is filled with emotion, a small bit of humor and some tragedy but have no doubt that you will be glad you read it.
Bottom Line: This was a slightly less than exceptional ending to a slightly more than exceptional series. This is the end result for 6 previous books so if you have not read most/all of them you are not going to really enjoy this as you should. For those of us who have been along for the whole journey this was a fitting end and glad to have taken the ride :) Very Highly Recommended for anyone who has read this series and possibly the closest to 5 Stars for a 4 Star rating as I have ever reviewed.
Nearly all of the protagonists from the previous novels made an appearance in this last hurrah which is an important component in a final volume in my opinion. Archer and Miranda’s side thread was particularly poignant as was the long awaited reunion that occurred between the three Ellis sisters and their estranged brother, St. John Evernight. The author really hit all of the key notes that I was hoping for from that perspective.
This was more of a two-in-one love story which was a deviation from all of the other installments, and perhaps the author’s goal was to double-up on the romance for an especially rousing series ending. However, based on the blurb, and on earlier foreshadowing, I had my heart set on Sin and Layla’s happily-ever-after when in reality this book was primarily about Augustus and Lena with the other two as a somewhat secondary tangent.
St. John was allotted a decent amount of page time, but given his sordid past, and the magnitude of his transformation, it wasn’t nearly enough. Same thing went for Starling, she’s smacked by a very rude awakening, and yet eased into her new truth with minimal resistance. I did enjoy the addition of the angel / demon paranormal layer, and the way in which Callihan brought so many of the events from previous novels to a head.
FOREVERMORE was a good conclusion to an otherwise great series.