Ebook ´ The Descent 352 pages Download

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Ebook ´ The Descent 352 pages Download ☆ The final installment in the “mesmerizing” Booklist starred review and addictive trilogy—find out who truly holds the key to Lanny’s heart and whether she’ll ever be reunited with her beloved in this gripping supernatural tale of magic lust and longingLanore McIlvrae has been on the run frRelease Jonathan whom she has been keeping as her consort Will Lanore honor her promise to Adair to return? Or is her intention to reunite with Jonathan at any cost?Of all the forces of the universe the most mysterious confounding and humbling is the power of love The epic story of love and loss magic and destiny that began with The Taker and sparked a chase around the world in The Reckoning comes to a surprising conclusion with The Desce This copy was given to me in exchange for my honest reviewI would give Descent 3 12 stars I loved the previous book in this series but The Descent came out a little flat It seems as though there were so many characters introduced into the story just as filler material In the end the reader is left wondering what the hell just happened Why was Luke around for her to see after going into the Underworld What was the point of it all?

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A stone wall to save Jonathan the love of her life When Adair was freed 200 years later she was sure that he would find her and make her existence a living hell But things turned out far different than she’d imaginedFour years later Lanore has tracked Adair to his mystical island home where he has been living in self imposed exile to ask for a favor She wants Adair to send her to the hereafter so she may beg the ueen of the Underworld to After a day's reflection and nonstop thinking about this series I feel it's only fair that it deserves 5 stars I wish I could weave a story like Alma Katsu In my opinion this series is much better than A Discovery of Witches which I picked up a while back because it was touted as literary paranormal I've been drawn to well written thinking woman's paranormal ever since I read Outlander and fell in love This series has it all perfectly fleshed out characters a uniue and interesting plot line that always keeps you guessing and easy to read yet still elouent prose Many people who read the description of these books as being paranormal or fantasy will write them off as fluff especially because the covers don't really match up with the contents There is no fluff here I promise you that The main characters are truly despicable people who have to fight their way towards redemption the whole journey through Do they make it? You'll have to read them to find out I highly suggest you do

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The DescentThe final installment in the “mesmerizing” Booklist starred review and addictive trilogy find out who truly holds the key to Lanny’s heart and whether she’ll ever be reunited with her beloved in this gripping supernatural tale of magic lust and longingLanore McIlvrae has been on the run from Adair for hundreds of years dismayed by his mysterious powers and afraid of his temper She betrayed Adair’s trust and imprisoned him behind 4 IMMORTAL STARS It's impossible to review The Descent without spoiling The Taker and The Reckoning so I'm going to be brief The Taker Trilogy has everything I normally DISLIKE LIST OF JAHY NO NO's Paranormal Its not that I dislike paranormal per se but I do tend to get really confused and overwhelmed by the storyline ie the fever series nearly killed my sanity Feeling lost is not my cuppa Angst total opposite of my cuppa Indecisive frustrating and just plain idiotic at times heroine is NOT My cuppa Love triangle NOT MY CUPPA Anti hero was my cuppa but I thought I was over them I was wrong I really had a love hate relationship with this trilogy as it bored me at time and frustrated me immensely mostly in the first 12 of book 1 while others times I was its bitch I'm happy I stepped out of my comfort zone and sad to see it end As much as I enjoyed The Descent IMHO it needed an epilogue I needed Adair Adair Adair Crapola Good bye AdairHello book funk