by Sarra Cannon
Kindle Edition – Read March 4, 2013
Length: 347 pages
Official Description: (This is book #6 of the Peachville High Demons series)
Harper has come so far from her life as a foster child. She never imagined what her future would hold when she was first brought to the small town of Peachville. Since that day she’s faced great evil, found some of the answers she’s been looking for, and fallen deeply, madly in love. But her biggest challenge and her greatest lessons are still ahead of her.
Despite living in the safety of her father’s castle in the shadow world, Harper knows there is a storm brewing just beyond the dome. Priestess Winter will never rest until she gets the Order’s blue ring back, and Jackson won’t let her forget they now hold the key to Aerden’s future.
When an unexpected visitor from Peachville arrives at the castle, bleeding and near death, his story brings Harper to her knees. Someone she loves has been kidnapped and it’s time for her to make a choice. Stay in the safety of the domed city? Or go back to the place where it all began?
This book series has officially come to an end, and what a ride it was. I really enjoyed this series as a whole and I think the writing just improved with each book and the characters were just awesome. Harper and Jackson and gang are there for the “final” battle with the Order as Harper learns more about who she is and embraces both sides of heritage. We learn more about Priestess Winter and who Harper can truly trust, and there were some shocking twists. Ok not shocking, I knew they were coming I was just unsure of who would be performing them. I loved the touching moments between Harper and her Dad and just the whole book was really fun, there were some lulls here and there, but I don’t feel that this book was rushed in any way, the previous five books led us to this point, and it wasn’t disappointing. It leaves off with a satisfying ending, yet you still want to know more, and it appears there will be, just not in the POV of Harper.
On a side note, I love these book covers, I love that they all have a key piece on their covers and that the cover model is consistent and they all flow together. I look forward to more from Ms. Cannon and hope she continues to move forward and do well as an author.
“Trust was a tricky thing. You never really knew if someone could be trusted until you found out they’d betrayed you.”
My Take on Previous Books in This Series: