I received this book for free from provided by author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Destruction by Rhiannon Frater by Rhiannon Frater
Series: In Darkness We Must Abide #7
Published by Self Published on July 2nd 2013
Source: provided by author
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Despite the terrors of her past, Vanora has managed live a normal life in Austin with her roommate Rhonda and her boyfriend Dan. When it all falls apart and Armando comes back into her life, she realizes that she can't escape her destiny. Evil threatens her family, and Vanora must venture into the darkness to save everyone she cares about.
WARNING! Contains spoilers to the previous episodes!
So Vanora is headed home. Her attempts at a normal life are about to be shattered in an explosion of violence, blood and tears. As much as I loved this episode, I hated it too. It can’t get much further from giving me the warm fuzzies, but that is definitely NOT a bad thing. This book evokes so much emotion; anger, sadness, grief and loss. It also has a whiff of fate. Vanora was never going to escape hers, but I understand that she had to try.
So we have to wonder how Vanora’s life is going to change, now that she is headed home once again. Will her siblings return to their restrained existence? I’m guessing no. They’ve had a taste of vampire life, even though they are abstaining from human blood. They aren’t about to kick all of Roman’s followers out in order to protect Vanora, are they? Then there is Armando. *prrrrr* He seems to be back in the picture, but will Vanora let him stay? If I had to guess, I would say that since she is already breaking all the rules, what’s one more?! Am I right?
And so we have finally caught up with the prologues. I’m actually going to miss these! I loved getting the little teasers to the future story! And now, I’m a little nervous too, because does that mean that the next episode is the end? I’m not ready for this to end yet! I have loved reading these episodes so much that I was hoping maybe they could go on for several more seasons. I’ll be lost without them!! Keep ’em coming, Rhiannon!!
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