I just finished reading The Savage Grace by Bree Despain.
A troubled soul. An impossible choice. A final battle.
Wrestling with the werewolf curse pulsing deep inside of her, Grace Divine was finally able to find her brother, but it nearly cost her everything.
With her boyfriend, Daniel, stuck in wolf form and Sirhan's death approaching, time is running out for Grace to stop Caleb Kalbi and his gang of demons. If she fails, her family and hometown will perish. Everything rests on Grace's shoulders.
The final installment in The Dark Divine trilogy brings Daniel and Grace's love story to a breathtaking conclusion.
I always have such a hard time remembering what happened in previous books in a series. And at first, I couldn't remember what had happened in The Dark Divine and The Lost Saint, but it soon came back to me and I fell right back into Grace's world.
I knew that this book was the last in the trilogy so I knew that everything would have to be wrapped up. I just didn't know how. And I have to say that I liked the way everything ended. It stopped at a good place and I was happy with the ending. I don't think there were any questions left unanswered, which I much appreciated! (although I think there could be more with Talbot, things are okay with the way they were left.)
I still love Daniel and Grace together. Their relationship is intense but innocent at the same time. And I really liked the way that Jude was in this installment. And the lost boys were so cute (and gotta love the Peter Pan connection!)
There were definitely some tears at the end. But that's part of what made the book so enjoyable. I love when books get the emotions going. So while I will miss Grace and Daniel, it was a great ending to a fabulous series! (Oh, and the cover is gorgeous once again!)
I gave this book a rating of 4/5.
This book fulfills items in the following challenges:
2012 Reading Challenge 150+: 28
2012 ARC Reading Challenge: 25
2012 Young Adult Reading Challenge: 25
2012 Mammoth Book Challenge: 3
*FTC Disclosure: This book was given to me for free by the publisher for a honest review.
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