Ahhh… these books. These books are pure pleasure. I cannot say enough about the glee of reading this story. The simple pleasure of the out-of-this-world otherworldly romance with a
I really wanted to give this book more than four stars but hesitate on giving it the full five. As 4.5 stars is not an option, this got 4.
The previous book: [b:Passion|9369720|Passion (Fallen, #3)|Lauren Kate|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1362339802s/9369720.jpg|10958266], was the best in the series by far, though. Its blatant gift of uber-romance that was [b:Passion|9369720|Passion (Fallen, #3)|Lauren Kate|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1362339802s/9369720.jpg|10958266] was chapter after chapter of romantic indulgence. Therefore, I was not surprised that this book was less indulgent and more worthy of a series-ending book. The first 20% was a little more difficult to get into, as a story. I am unsure exactly why as I look back on the story because it doesn’t seem boring by any means. I wonder if my reluctance was in worrying what kind of end I would be reading once I got in too deep… I will say that by 45% into the story (per Kindle), I was at a no-stop point. I got to that point yesterday, and read through the night until the final page came at around 2am.
I literally cried when
I was a little weary of the choice that she was to make. I had gathered that she would have to choose Daniel or Heaven or Hell or whatever at some point due to the info in last book..
It was still a fabulous story worth every word. The book was epic enough to leave you satisfied after such an epic romance had been introduced. Excellent story worth every moment. ♥