Evil is coming.
A dark malevolence the likes of which this world has never seen, and it comes straight from the depths of Hell. Darkness meant to destroy. A prophecy I am fated to fulfill but will most likely not survive.
Through it all, Carrick Byrne has stood strong by my side. Something has deeply changed between me and the man I once despised, and all it took was a kiss of provocation for both of us to feel it. I know deep in my soul we’re being guided by destiny, but I don’t know if I can trust it. Carrick is holding something back, and I fear the consequences could be deadly once his truth is revealed.
We’re not ready, but calamity waits for no woman. I have discovered a power within myself I must learn to master. A new connection in the Underworld has been revealed to me, one that I hope is friend but is just as likely foe. We are in a race against time as we try to figure out how to stop the end of the world from occurring. The battle is coming, and I can only hope we’re prepared for what happens next.
The Evolution of Fae and Gods is book three of the Chronicles of the Stone Veil series and is best enjoyed if read in series order.
"You're the only thing in this world...
...and the next that makes me feel powerless".
HOLY SMOKES!! I cannot believe this happened. There are so many fantastic twists and turns. I am absolutely captive with this series. At every turn something unexplainable happens. And it leaves you wanting more.
Smart woman, and yet…
The heroine’s failure to recognize how easy it would be to use her as a hostage against her friends is frustrating. Given her overall good sense, I can’t help but see that as a plot hole. Otherwise, enjoying the series.
And the story continues...
The third book in this paranormal story by Sawyer Bennett starts as Book Two left off. The books need to be read in order to understand the concept, but once again Ms Bennett had me reading as fast as I could. I wasn’t sure she could entertain me in the same way she did with the first 2 books, but I was very pleasantly surprised. For the first part of the book, I felt we were gliding along nicely in the story, and I was trying to figure out where it was actually going, but the last third of the book was very eye opening and again finishes on a cliff hanger. As I have said before, I am not a big fan of paranormal, but knew that if Ms. Bennett wrote a story, I would definitely give it a try, and once again I am so glad did. I am so totally invested in Finley, Carrick, Zain and the rest of the gang, and I am anxiously looking forward to the next book.