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Publisher's Summary

Zoey Daniels is becoming the very thing she once despised - fae. After Zoey and Ryker finally found their way to each other, they are torn apart by an ex-girlfriend, a stone, and mortality. Ryker's powers have fully adapted to Zoey, slowly killing him.
Now the mysterious feared demon, Vadik, has discovered their location in Peru and has taken Ryker and sold Zoey back to DMG. The very place which gave her life now might take it away. Or someone she loves…. Dr. Rapava is so obsessed with building an army against the fae, he will do anything to control Zoey and her newfound powers.
Zoey has to become an unfeeling, brainwashed soldier to survive. But when her survival depends on torturing one to keep another alive, she is forced to make the ultimate sacrifice. And neither choice is one she can live with.
©2015 Stacey Marie Brown (P)2016 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By Frank on 09-03-16

Only half a story

What disappointed you about Across the Divide?

The story is slowly creeping forward and when it finally shifts to a higher gear it stops. End of the book. Not a cliffhanger, the story stops. Very disappointing.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Kjda on 02-16-18

A Drastic Descent for the Series

This series started off okay, and then the second book was unexpectedly more than okay. That's it. Stop there. This third installment is a waste of time with its poor writing and bad plot development. I was bored throughout most of it, and it hit one of my pet peeves of when there's a female protagonist who everyone falls in love with and it's never really clear why. I realized in this book that Stacey Marie Brown may never actually wrap up critical plot points introduced in any of the books in the series making this series an "enter at your own risk" situation.

Narration continued to be okay for me. It wasn't bad but not great either.

I only recommend this to people completely invested in the series who want to continue with it and see what might have a sliver of resolution by the end.

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