With Juri in control and everything in absolute chaos, Lela plunges into the depths of hell to free Malachi from creatures that have waited decades to exact their revenge. But the Judge has her own way of doing things, and Lela must work with Ana, the new Captain, who has a very personal mission of her own. Together, they infiltrate the most horrifying realm either has yet encountered in the Shadowlands - the bitter landscape ruled by the Mazikin.
The stakes could not be higher, and Lela must accept the help - and love - of people she barely knows or trusts. As alliances and loyalties shift and she realizes the soul she came to save isn't the only one in need of rescue, can Lela summon the strength to see the fight through to the very end?
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Best in the Series
Final in a fantastic series!
Yes! I'm a print book kinda girl but the audio version just does something for this book! I love it!
Lela's choice towards the end and Malachi's reaction.
Also when Lela finds Malachi. That tore my heart apart!
The last. It was long long long over due!
Love can be pure hell
This story. Oh my goodness! I hate this was the last book but it was a perfect ending to a fantastic ride!!
In this book we are now in pure hell. The Mazakin dome. Lela and Ana must find Malachi, kill the queen and destroy the portal. But doing all this has alot of dips along the way. They find friends in places they never expected to find, and Ana is finally reunited with her lover. This story is filled with a lot of butt kicking, action and love. Lela is a heroine to rival all heroines in this story-line. Yea she gets hurt alot as usual but she still kicks butt and takes names! The way this story grows and teaches us about each of the characters and their back story is fantastic! It ties everything together and also makes you love characters you otherwise wouldn't care about. The battle scenes are epic and the love scenes are tender. I would love if this story became a movie!
- Jessica Butler-Squires