The highly anticipated Final book in the Sequel to the Chronicles of Kerrigan series, by USA TODAY bestselling author, W.J. May.
THE FINAL CHAPTER!
The stage is set, the players are ready, and the battle is about to begin…
After years of fighting, Rae Kerrigan and her friends find themselves at the end of the line. Only one remaining person stands in the way of them getting everything they’d ever wanted. Peace, safety, the chance for a normal life. But in Rae’s case, that ‘normal life’ might include a little more than she bargained for…
Upon discovering she’s pregnant, Rae finds herself in the most dangerous game of cat and mouse yet. The stakes have never been higher, the risks have never been greater, and when the gang squares off against Samantha Neilson once and for all—some difficult choices will have to be made.
What will it mean to have a baby who’s not only a hybrid, but has three separate sets of ink? Should she tell Devon—knowing that the two of them are about to go into battle and risk losing it all? Can she keep it a secret, but marry him at the same time?
And as the day of judgement approaches…who can she really trust?
READ THE WHOLE SERIES:
Christmas Before the Magic
Question the Darkness
Into the Darkness
Fight the Darkness
Alone in the Darkness
Lost in Darkness
The Chronicles of Kerrigan Series
Rae of Hope
House of Cards
End in Sight
Mark of Fate
Strength & Power
Last One Standing
Rae of Light
The Chronicles of Kerrigan Sequel
A Matter of Time
Glitch in Time
The Chronicles of Kerrigan: Gabriel
Living in the Past
Present for Today
Staring at the Future
I truly enjoyed reading this series. Great connection with the characters, made me laugh, even tear up during certain occasions. It has to be one of my favorites by far. Glad to have read them all. Outstanding story and well written. This will forever be in my memories.
I’ve read the entire series, but was disappointed at the ending. I expected a bit more than was there. Also someone needs to fire the proof reader. Lots of things inconsistent like where Rae went to leave, pulled her boots on, yet upon leaving the house the door slammed against her bare feet..... I saw these things far too many times.
Oh come on. I loved this book series. Invested way more than I should have on one book series. And this is how it ends? Simon goes back in time and kills the main antagonist and himself? That’s cheap. Then at the end, there are so many plot holes and time paradoxes it’s ridiculous. Honestly, I should have stopped at the original books. The whole sequel set was a waste of time. Overall book series is five stars. This is the worst way u could have possibly ended the book. Literally the past five books I read were useless because the entire plot line of the sequels disappeared. Sure the fight at the factory still happened... in which case HOW IS CARTER ALIVE!?!!! Simon killing himself would not have prevented the death of carter because cromfield killed him. It just doesn’t make sense.