Sunday, April 3, 2016

[Review] Fulfillment by K.R. Davies ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Summary:
Dea is the Last Undrinkable. And now, at last, the Apophi have her. 

She believes her Coven dead. She thinks she is alone, the Prophecy sure to be fulfilled with her death.

But then she meets Marcello, the other Undrinkable. His strength gives her hope until a failed escape attempt leaves him all but crippled. 

Then it is up to her alone to change her Fate. The only way is through Stuart. But the tables have turned and now she must try to capture his heart- to find a way to make him care enough to get her out before it is too late. 

With the night of the Awakening only hours away, Dea feels she is failing…until a frightening revelation reveals to them both that the Fates have one more card to play between them.

Meanwhile, beyond the confines of the Apophi Temple, Santi and her Coven battle to save her.

Time is running out. Apophis is coming.


Review:


It's one of those books where you know something big and the protagonist doesn't. It's like the reader knows this big secret and is watching how the protagonist navigates the world without that secret. The reader knows a secret that Dea doesn't and it's torture just seeing her without knowing the truth of *spoiler*.


We meet Marcello, the second undrinkable, and he is as determined as Dea to escape. He has tried countless times to escape but failed each time. Undeterred by his failure, Marcellio goes to the lengths to *spoiler* in order to stop the rise of the Apophis.

I loved the split perspective of Dea and Santi. Both are trying to live without the other but trying to gain strength from one another. I think Santi is one of my top 5 book boyfriends. He's swoon worthy, smart, and determined to save Dea at any costs.

This book is absolutely wonderful. We are at a tipping point and I can't wait to see what's next. There will be a total of five books in this series. Usually series that have five books are usually the best. ;) I don't want to see the end of this series. (I know it's only book three and I need to chill but still).

I love the writing. It's so engaging and fluid that it was hard to stop reading. The story was so gripping that I had to know what's next. I really do look forward to Beyond Death, book 4 of the Blood Omen series.


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