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Yield the Night (Steel & Stone Book 3) by [Marie, Annette]
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2015 Goodreads Choice Awards - Nominee in Best Fantasy

After surviving a round-trip to hell, Piper figures she can survive anything. After all, she just lived through the devastating loss of her Consul apprenticeship and a torturous stint at boarding school. How much worse could it get?

Well, she wasn’t expecting a group of crazy radicals to burn her home to the ground and take her prisoner.

The Gaians, a.k.a. the crazy radicals, plan to rid Earth of daemons and they want Piper to help them. In exchange for her cooperation, they promise her the answer to all her problems: magic. With her own magic, she could reclaim her apprenticeship, the only future she’s ever wanted. But her magic comes at price—it could kill her.

With the life she’s always known crumbling around her and her future slipping from her grasp, she needs Ash’s help one more time. But the greatest danger of all lies within her, and no matter what she does, she may lose everything—including him.

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  • Print Length: 328 pages
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  • Publisher: Annette Marie (27 March 2015)
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Annette Marie has nailed it again with Yield the Night, the third book in this series. It was just as captivating and thrilling as the first two books. I was so caught up with Piper, Lyre and Ash that I did not want this book to end. Thank goodness there is another book coming as I can’t get enough of this series!

I loved finding out more about Piper’s family and her heritage, and love how Ms Marie solved some of the mysteries yet left enough unanswered to keep me begging for the next book.

I cannot speak highly enough of this book and this series. Ms Marie has perfectly balanced all the elements to create an outstanding paranormal urban fantasy series.
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I really liked this series, I originally read it to see if it was suitable for my teenage daughter, now we both love the series and cant wait for the next book!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great, fast read! 24 March 2015
By Tiffany - Published on
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Wow. Finished this book in a few hours. Such a fast-paced read (like the rest of the Steel & Stone Books).

Piper had an uphill battle ahead of her after losing her apprenticeship and having her Consul burned down just after her arrival. She learns the Gaians plans and why they are so interested in keeping her alive. She is also reunited with Lyre and Ash (and can we take a minute and thank Annette Marie for not exploring a love triangle? Piper has too much going on for that) and they team up again to face their challenges.

We also get some questions answered that I kept wondering about in previous books (Who is Vejovis? Will Piper learn to control her magic? What kind of Heamon/Daemon hybrid is Piper?)

The ending though. Oh the ending. I'm very glad there is a 4th book in this series or I don't know how to handle the cliff-hanger!

Overall, this was a great book and it is probably my favorite of the series. I like questions answered and this book did a good job getting the story moving forward while at the same time tying up loose ends. I don't typically rate books 5 stars but I can't find any flaws in this one! Can't wait for Reap the Shadows!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best new YA urban fantasy series out there! 12 June 2015
By Karissa Eckert - Published on
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This is the third book in the Steel and Stone series by Marie. I just love this YA urban fantasy series! This whole series has a wonderful world, with wonderful characters, tons of action, interesting magic, and some romance. I have devoured all of these books and find them incredibly hard to put down.

Piper returns from boarding school only to have her home Consulate burnt down around her. When she wakes up she finds that she has been kidnapped by her mother and the Gaians. The Gaians want to unlock Piper’s sealed magic and offer Piper the chance to help lead the Gaians in a rebellion against the Consulate. However when the seal on Piper’s magic is broken things don’t go as planned and her very life is at stake. Now Piper and crew must go on a quest to find a healer who can help her control her magic. It’s a quest that will answer many questions about Piper’s past.

This has been such an excellent series. I love the characters, the world, and the magic. The book is incredibly easy to read and super hard to put down.

I will admit a bit part of what makes this book wonderful is Piper’s relationship with Ash, the Draconian. Ash is still such a mystery and such an interesting character. The scenes between the two of them are absolutely engrossing and captivating.

Piper is an amazing character as well. She goes through many trials and much pain in this book, but some of things we learn about her abilities and past are amazing. This is one of those series where things just get more and more interesting the longer you read it.

I love this world with Earth, an Overworld, and an Underworld. This book expands on our understanding of these planes of existence. You find out more history behind this world and behind the conflict between the Overworlders and the Underworlders.

The action scenes are amazingly written; it’s so easy to picture what is happening and the story is absolutely edge-of-your-seat engaging. Additionally there is a lot of humor in here and witty dialogue that make the book very entertaining.

Overall this is just a perfect urban fantasy read. This book is a perfect blend of interesting world-building, amazing characters, action, romance, and fascinating magic. Really this book just has it all. Right now this is one of my favorite urban fantasy series and I am dying to read, Reap the Shadows, when it releases. This whole series is highly recommended to urban fantasy fans.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars But wait, there's more! 25 March 2015
By K. Howard - Published on
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Book three delivers and is every bit as great as the first two. As with the previous two books in the series, there is plenty of humor, a truly compelling love story with great chemistry, and tons of action and adventure. The scenes are so vividly written, you can truly imagine yourself walking (or almost drowning) in this fantasy world. Once again, the story was so suspenseful that I could NOT put it down. What’s more, it was never tedious or predictable. Just when you think you have reached the climax of action and can finally take a moment to breathe, the heroine is thrust into even worse danger. The action isn’t a series of gratuitous chase scenes either or I would have become burnt out on the adrenaline. I’m “all in” with this series because I care about the characters. As much as I love reading on the edge of my seat, the people and relationships are what really draw me in. The characters are realistically flawed, neither truly good nor evil. The heroes’ strengths, humor, and wit are offset by other weaknesses. On the positive side, Piper has all the attitude of a typical young adult, but comes across as smart and likable, never bratty. I especially like that Piper isn’t motivated by ambition or a need to dominate, but rather a need to serve a greater good. Then there is Ash who is sublimely hot and dangerous, yet so vulnerable and noble. Lyre is just a delight, providing all the safety and comic relief of the stereotypical gay best friend, but who just happens to be straight sexy. Any of the characters in the book (goodish or baddish) could have their own spinoff series. Also refreshing is that the author respects YA readers enough not to glorify or demonize opposing factions in the book in order to simplify war or betrayal. Instead, the author explains (not excuses) sometimes despicable behavior by providing plausible arguments and rationales. In book 3, Piper must challenge childhood assumptions, make difficult choices with limited information and insight, summon the courage to act despite realistic fears, and make sacrifices for love. Our lives in the real world may not be as epic, but we can all relate. The book once again ends masterfully with a new purpose identified for the next installment, rather than an arbitrary cliff-hanger.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The best book, yet! 31 July 2015
By LY - Published on
Tap. Tap. Tap. My mint-colored nails are tapping against the back of my Kindle. I’m looking at my reading progress for Yield the Night (Steel and Stone 3) by Annette Marie – 26% completed, a quarter of the book in – and I’m starting to loose interest. It seems like I’ve already read this: Piper is taken by the Gaians and Mona wants her to help them rid Earth of daemons with the promise of unlocking her magic. That was part of the premise in Steel and Stone 1, yes? I’m growing concerned that this would fall into the “filler” book category leaving me with no other choice but an unfavorable critical review for the lack of a new development.

To my chagrin, if the present version of me could travel back in time, she would be wagging her mint-colored nails at the past version of me and saying, “Oh ye of little faith.” Ms. Marie has my sincerest apologies for doubting her because this story is no doubt one of her best books, yet.

Against Piper's will, the Gaians unlock her magic and all her fears come crashing - she will die if it's not resealed. More than ever, she needs Ash's help, and in a heartbeat he (and of course the sultry Lyre) answers her call. In a race against time, they must find a cure before it’s too late thus starting a chain of life and death events that held me unmoved in my seat. For in the later half of the story is a revelation so great, it shatters any and all doubts that I had during the earlier chapters. I asked for a new development and she gave me a unicorn!

Now I tap, tap, tap because I have to wait until October to find out what happens to Piper and Ash in Reap the Nights (Steel and Stone 4). If only the current version of me could travel to the future version of me. Sigh.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I can't stop loving this series 27 March 2015
By Carmen R - Published on
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As with the first two, I loved this book. The character development was there, the plot moves quickly, and the action scenes that we have come to expect took a new turn in this novel. I don't want to give away any spoilers if at all possible but I have to say that the developments between Ash and Piper and, of course, the overprotective sibling angle were AMAZING. Piper developed even further and really matures as a heroine, learning to view herself from outside eyes and make better decisions regarding her actions by balancing how she is interpreted with what she knows to be true about herself.

You also get visuals for an entirely new world and some very very very key loose ends are tied up very nicely (only to give you new ones to wonder about instead, of course). I didn't even realize I was through the book until it ended - there was so much going on and I didn't have time to think about what could happen next because so much was happening so quickly.

My favorite part for Piper is towards the beginning, when dealing with her mothers offer - when offered something that she has wanted her whole life she refuses to accept it with the many dangerous strings that would come with it out of loyalty to the people she loves. It's just a perfect example about what makes her such a wonderful protagonist - she still has her faults but she actively grows in each book and becomes more admirable.

I just loved these books, and this one might be my favorite of all. This book hasn't even been released yet and I'm desperately awaiting the next one. I recommend these to all of my friends who enjoy YA and enjoy this kind of writing (which really balances the dark with the light - without ruining everyone's happy endings). If you're still reading this rambling review you should DEFINITELY be reading the book. It's way better. You won't regret it.