When you're reading the sixth book in a series, you really have to wonder what it is that keeps the stories alive. You've jumped into the fire and it's almost like a mystery as to what is going on with the characters and their possible back stories.
I was wrong to even think that.
Warren does not disappoint, even reading this book as my introduction to the series. The battle between love, man, and nature is enough to leave you on the edge of your seat even more than a movie of its kind. The way the characters come to life left me captivated and absolutely certain that I have to read the first five books in this series as soon as I can. (I've already acquired them, that's how good this book was!)
Pete and Jess's relationship was dear to my heart because my own romantic entanglements echo their story. All of the things I look for in a good book; danger, romance, and the inclusion of God in their lives was present, and it was a delightful, fast paced read.
While I imagine this story is better with having read all the backstories of the previous five books, it stands alone quite nicely, and keeps you wanting more. The one upside of reading the last book in the series first is that it's not over for you! Just the beginning. Happy reading, my friends, I know I will be!
This book was provided by the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review.