Another day, another step closer to Hell on Earth being unleashed.
With every piece that falls into place for the queen of the Underworld, Kymaris gains strength and power that will make it more difficult to defeat her when the time comes. It feels as if we’re in a desperate race to get just one step ahead of her, but my demise feels closer than it ever has before with still so much to do.
The first order of business is to unlock the angelic powers with which I was gifted at birth, and Carrick insists on getting help from my archnemesis to do so. Yes, I have to save the world, but my priority has now become rescuing my sister from the Underworld. While there are many questions still to be answered about my long-lost twin, I know I will not win this battle without her by my side.
In the midst of all the doom and gloom, Carrick has become my beacon of shining light. Our connection unimaginable, my heart recognizes his as the other half of its whole. Inexplicable and deeper than one could ever imagine, the love I hold for him is forged by destiny, however ill-fated it may turn out to be.
And those are the feelings I must hold close…to keep me going. Because a painful lesson is on the horizon—betrayal never comes from your enemies.
A Battle of Blood and Stone is book four of the Chronicles of the Stone Veil series and is best enjoyed if read in series order.
Things are definitely picking up in this book and sooo much is happening. I was little bit hungover from the way things ended in the previous book and was quite eager to get into this one.
However, in true fashion with this series, I’m still reeling over the ending! Ahhhhhhhhh, I already have assumptions of what might happen and there’s some things that should definitely come to fruition. But there’s soooo much working against Finley and Carrick. After everything they’ve both been through, I’d say it’s well overdue that they get the ending they both deserve. I just want them to be without having to constantly look over their shoulder.
With one of the focuses of the group is to get the blood stone, it becomes a journey that’ll literally leave you on the edge of your seat. I wasn’t sure how it was going to go down, but it was so dang suspenseful!
I felt like we got to know all of the characters a bit more in this book and my goodness, Carrick has won me over completely. We’re finally seeing the Carrick that has been in love with Finley for what seems like forever. His live is soooooo deep for her and it’s unbreakable, he would do anything for her.
We have one more book to go and I have no idea how things are going to go down! Sawyer writes this sub-genre so well and I hope she gives us more!