Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: June 16, 2017
1. Dead in the Water
2. Head Above Water
3. Hell or High Water
1. Promise the Moon
2. Wolf at the Door
3. Over the Moon - Kindle
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Dell has persuaded the Bloodless army to fight alongside her pack in Butler, but she still has to get there. Halfway home, the rift detonates, blasting out a magic surge that sweeps across the globe, frying electronics and spells alike. Leaving her with no way to get home except on her own two--or four--feet.Thoughts on Over the Moon: OMG. *makes flaily noises that can probably only be heard by dogs and possibly a handful of supernaturals* This book gave me everything I didn't know I needed and I LOVED IT. No joke. It got me all riled up to go back and read about Thierry and Shaw and Cam and Graeson again. So much goodness. So much.
Dangerous times demand equally lethal alliances, and she has to make a risky deal if she wants to reach the front lines before it's too late. The bargain grants an ancient fae power over her, a hold she vowed no man would ever have on her again, but freedom requires sacrifice.
As the threshold between Earth and Faerie erodes, humans and supernaturals alike are in danger of being erased as the fae seek to claim this world as their own. This is the moment when new legends arise and old gods fall, when fates unspool and futures unravel, when battles are won and lives are lost.
The war isn't just coming. It's here.
So. This adventure Dell's on has definitely made her a little more careful. I don't know if that's quite the correct word considering how often she ends up nearly dead, but she's thinking about her actions before she jumps and that's something. I guess when a full blown war is ready to break out between Earth and Faerie, you end up brushing up against death more often than normal. In other words, not all those near death experiences are her fault.
But I digress. With the Lorimar pack trying to hold the line against Rilla's vendetta and the hordes of fae swarming into their land, Dell and Isaac are hard pressed to stay in one piece. They're making deals and trusting that their allies are going to hold up their side of them. It's a bad place to be, but under the circumstances it has to be done.
Again, this installment gave me everything I needed before I knew I needed it. We got heartache and reconciliation and hard choices. And I loved it. So much. I'm sad to see this series end, but I loved how it went out. *draws glittery hearts around it and reminds myself I can always do a full series reread*