Review of Point of Retreat (Slammed #2) by Colleen Hoover

Point of Retreat (Slammed #2) by Colleen Hoover


Review: I know I have been slacking on some series lately but I’m trying to catch up! This was way better then the first book, the plot, characters and their discussions between them were so much better than I could have imaged.  There are a lot of heavy subjects that get faced in this book and of course how one must deal with them. Also This time its Will’s turn to tell the story from his point of very, which by the way is very funny and interesting to watch.

We also get to meet some friends of Will’s past, with the added bonus of great wisdom from beyond the grave for our two main characters. There is also some new characters that everyone , including you will love. the one in particular that everyone wants to be friends with is Kiersten, a  girl who goes to school with Layken’s and Will’s brother. She is stealing the show from everyone else, especially with her language…. Go Butterfly yourself. ( which the main characters and myself start using in bad ways, hahaha)

I really enjoyed this book, and I think you all will too!

4 out of 5 stars.

Paperback. 302 pages.

New Adult. Romance. Contemporary.

Published by Simon & Schuster.

Summary: Layken and Will have managed to overcome the obstacles that threatened to destroy their love, proving that they are destined for one another. What they are about to learn, however, is that the things that have brought them together may be the very things that ruin their connection forever…

Layken is left second-guessing the relationship whilst Will is jumping over hurdles to prove his love for her. What the young lovers discover about themselves along this journey may change their entire world, and the lives of those who depend upon them the most…

Review of Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell


Review: I finally read it! I can now join in with everyone else, when talking about how great it is!!!

The beginning  is a little bit of a rough start because its not as smooth but it does pick up pretty fast. The characters are great and amazing and I want them all to be my friends! ( Yeah, I know I’m being fluffy) The book is such a fun read and by the end of it you just want to read more of Rowell’s work. I know I do.

Cath, the main character is so easy for me to relate too, and I think many people do too. She just loves to be in her world of fiction more then in the real world, and college is scary to her too. And lets not forget the fanfiction, everyone reads it at least once in their life, but never forgets that one. Also there may be some of you who have written some, like myself, who understands what Cath is going through. Lets face it, a lot of times fanfiction is better than the real stuff and it’s an out come that you want more then others. Then there the Harry Potter twist of ” Simon Snow”  ( Harry and Draco shipping) being the mega big book everyone loves, but Rowell does stick in that Harry Potter does exist in this world too.

Now lets move on to….Levi

How cute is he! I mean no one is that adorable, and sweet to a weird girl. Yup, so if you are going to read this be prepared to be knocked over by Levi and is adorableness.

And can I just say, I am so happy someone finally wrote a book about Fangirling !

5 out of 5 stars.

Hard cover. 438 pages.

Young adult. Contemporary. Romance. Realistic Fiction. Can also pass as New Adult.

Published by St. Martin’s Griffin .

Summary: In Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl, Cath is a Simon Snow fan. Okay, the whole world is a Simon Snow fan, but for Cath, being a fan is her life—and she’s really good at it. She and her twin sister, Wren, ensconced themselves in the Simon Snow series when they were just kids; it’s what got them through their mother leaving.

Reading. Rereading. Hanging out in Simon Snow forums, writing Simon Snow fan fiction, dressing up like the characters for every movie premiere.

Cath’s sister has mostly grown away from fandom, but Cath can’t let go. She doesn’t want to.

Now that they’re going to college, Wren has told Cath she doesn’t want to be roommates. Cath is on her own, completely outside of her comfort zone. She’s got a surly roommate with a charming, always-around boyfriend, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words . . . And she can’t stop worrying about her dad, who’s loving and fragile and has never really been alone.

For Cath, the question is: Can she do this? Can she make it without Wren holding her hand? Is she ready to start living her own life? Writing her own stories? Open her heart to someone? Or will she just go on living inside somebody else’s fiction?

Review of Taking Chances (Taking Chances #1) by Molly McAdams

Taking Chances (Taking Chances #1) by Molly McAdams


Review: This is one of the books that I really wish that I had looked at other reviews first before buying it.

I have now learned my lesson.

It has been a long time since I bought this book, but I finally got time to read it, because everyone is talking about Molly McAdams. After reading this book I wish I had a time machine to go back to when I bought this book and beat myself up. And not buy the book. Although, I am not saying that she is a bad writer, her other books might even be great, just not this book. From reading this, I will not be buying anymore of her books in the future.

The plot was up and down all the time, and never constant. It was all very unlikely that any of the events in the book could ever happen, and I know it was fiction, but people/readers expect something they can relate to. I doubt that any girl in the world could go to college and every guy she met would fall in love with her and want to protect her. I mean really, come on.

The characters just get worse and worse as the plot goes on, The main character Harper, has no real personality that I could see and her best friend and her own family were great in the first half of the book then got worse as it went on. When I don’t like characters I just everyone to die, and I wanted that to happen so bad in this book.

I apologize to anyone who likes/loves Molly McAdams, this is just how I felt about this book. And I was holding back most of the rant too.

1 out of 5 stars. Because goodreads does not have a worst rating.

 453 pages.

New Adult. Romance. Contemporary. Could be Young Adult too.

Published by William Morrow.

Summary: Her first year away is turning out to be nearly perfect, but one weekend of giving in to heated passion will change everything.

Eighteen-year-old Harper has grown up under the thumb of her career marine father. Ready to live life her own way and to experience things she’s only ever heard of from the jarheads in her father’s unit, she’s on her way to college at San Diego State University.

Thanks to her new roommate, Harper is introduced to a world of parties, gorgeous guys, family, and emotions. She finds herself being torn in two as she quickly falls in love with both her new boyfriend, Brandon, and her roommate’s brother, Chase. Despite their dangerous looks and histories, both men adore Harper and would do anything for her, including taking a step back if it would mean she’d be happy.

Review of Something Strange and Deadly (Something Strange and Deadly #1) by Susan Dennard

Something Strange and Deadly (Something Strange and Deadly #1) by Susan Dennard


Review: I have heard nothing but great things about this book, but never what it was really about. So I was very happy to find it in my SWAG bag from RT this year, when I got home. So ever since May it has been staring at me and trying to get me to read it, I finally broke a couple of weeks ago and read it. I was not disappointed, but surprised. If I have know what the plot and the book it self was about, I mostly likely would not have read it.

Why? You might ask. I don’t like Zombies. NOT.AT.ALL. ( because it could really happen)

Red hill ruined me from ever picking up another Zombie book again. Although, this book had a deeper depth and was not about the Zombie apocalypse, which was very good for me. Eleanor was a cool badass character, who make it fun to read about her and how she was dealing with running her family and making sure that they could stay afloat and keep their image. Though at times it was hard to follow and I did get lost, I was able to find my way again very quickly. Though, I do have to say that the ending was my favorite because of the shocker that happens to Eleanor that doesn’t really happen to main characters in their books. Which left me wanting for more, and looking everywhere for the next book. Also another part of the book I liked, was that the romance was not a big thing, and also not all ” love at first sight”. To which, I think Dennard will develop more in the second and third books of the series.

4 out of 5 stars.

416 pages.

Young Adult. Horror. Historical fiction. Romance. Fantasy. Steampunk. Science fiction. Paranormal.

Published by HarperTeen.

Summary: Here’s something strange and deadly loose in Philadelphia. . . .

Eleanor Fitt has a lot to worry about.

Her brother has gone missing, her family has fallen on hard times, and her mother is determined to marry her off to any rich young man who walks by. But this is nothing compared to what she’s just read in the newspaper:

The Dead are rising in Philadelphia.

And then, in a frightening attack, a zombie delivers a letter to Eleanor . . . from her brother.

Whoever is controlling the Dead army has taken her brother as well. If Eleanor is going to find him, she’ll have to venture into the lab of the notorious Spirit-Hunters, who protect the city from supernatural forces. But as Eleanor spends more time with the Spirit-Hunters, including the maddeningly stubborn yet handsome Daniel, the situation becomes dire. And now, not only is her reputation on the line, but her very life may hang in the balance.

Review of Four: A Divergent Collection (Divergent 0.1 – 0.4) by Veronica Roth

Four: A Divergent Collection (Divergent 0.1 – 0.4) by Veronica Roth


Review: Sorry for the late review of FOUR, but I had ordered this book from Target but it was pushed a month back and then canceled, so I went else where and bought it.

First and foremost, yes you will cry. Most likely not from the four parts but from the exclusive scenes added. Which include “First Jumper-Tris”, “Careful, Tris”, and “You look good, Tris”. The reason I say this is because well, Tris through Four’s eyes is very moving. Which will also lead to you crying and screaming “why!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It did not have to be like this!!!!! and more sobbing.

The part that got me the most – ” She smiles. And I wonder, for the first time, if she likes me. If she can still grin at me when I’m like this…well, she might. One thing I know: For helping me forget how awful the world is, I prefer her to alcohol.”

It was really cool finding out that the series was going to be from Four’s point of view but then changed to be from Tris’s. I have never knew that before, and I am glad how the series turned but, I am also glad that this book was published. Four is one of the characters that I think everyone wants more of, so this book was a great solution. I see Four in a new way after reading this book, but I’m happy that it also doesn’t take anything away from his image too. And you wont look at him less after reading this either. Another great thing about this book is that it allows you to see his struggle in choosing Dauntless and leaving his father behind. Also, how he gains his strength was another amazing thing to read about too. That and he was so good on dates, either. The book is able to grab your heart and bring it to life after  what went down in Allegiant. Then it breaks it a little more from the love that you read that is in Tobias’s eyes as he looks at Tris.

5 out of 5 stars.

285 pages.

Young Adult. Dystopia.

Published by Katherine Tegen Books.


Summary:Readers first encountered Tobias Eaton as “Four” in Divergent. His voice is an integral part of Allegiant. Readers will find more of this charismatic character’s backstory told from his own perspective in Four: A Divergent Collection. When read together, these long narrative pieces illuminate the defining moments in Tobias Eaton’s life. The first three pieces in this volume–“The Transfer,” “The Initiate,” and “The Son”–follow Tobias’s transfer from Abnegation to Dauntless, his Dauntless initiation, and the first clues that a foul plan is brewing in the leadership of two factions. The fourth story, “The Traitor,” runs parallel with the events of Divergent, giving readers a glimpse into the decisions of loyalty–and love–that Tobias makes in the weeks after he meets Tris Prior.

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Release Day Launch for RELUCTANTLY ROYAL by Nichole Chase!

Reluctantly Royal by Nichole Chase

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About the book:

Maxwell Jameson Trevor, prince of Lilaria, hates his royal role. Despising the limelight, he takes solace in his art studio and steers clear of any drama. But when one of the newly discovered royals passes away, Maxwell’s brother Alex asks him to break the news to the old man’s granddaughter. Though he hates to be the bearer of doom and gloom, he doesn’t want the poor girl to find out from the tabloids. For Maxwell knows all too well how devastating that could be.


Coming from a broken home and modest background, newly ordained Lady Meredith Thysmer has seized her chance to make a better life for herself and her son. She’s not afraid to use her best assets to get what she wants. But when the unpretentious yet devastatingly handsome Max delivers his news, her plans for the future come crashing to a halt. In the challenging days ahead, Max’s compassion, humor, and steadfast loyalty to Meredith and her son win her over. She quickly finds herself doing something she swore would never happen again: falling in love. And yet Maxwell still refuses to completely drop his guard. Somehow Meredith’s got to find a way to seduce this reluctant royal.


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As I turned to leave the room, my eyes fell on a sketch pad and I couldn’t help myself. Sitting back down in the chair I flipped it open and smiled at the drawings inside. Marty had promise for such a young kid. Turning to a blank page, I glanced around and searched for a pencil. Charcoal would be best, but pencil would do.


I started with the lines of his forehead, the curve of his impish nose, the roundness of his cheeks. I was lost in the sketch, enjoying the shadows, the tenderness in his expression, working to capture that moment of utter innocence.


“That’s beautiful.” Her voice was soft.


I looked up from what I was doing, not surprised that she had snuck up on me. When I’m lost in a project, the world disappears; the only thing I’m aware of are the layers of the project I’m working on.


“He’s a good subject.” I turned back to the paper and finished up the shading of the blanket.


“Only because he’s asleep and not moving.” Her quiet laugh sent shivers over my body.


“That does help.” I smiled up at her. “But it’s the contrast. The contrast of him awake versus him asleep. He looks so young right now, so innocent.”


“What do you mean?” She leaned closer to look at the picture.


“He’s so mature, quick-witted.” I whispered the words. “But here he is, looking like the child he is.”


“His teachers say that,” she said. “That he’s quick to pick things up.”


“I’d say so.” I turned and handed her the sketch pad. “I hope you don’t mind that I drew him. The light and shadows were too perfect to resist.” Sort of like her right now. The way the moonlight glinted in her eyes and shone along her hair. Her perfect features would make any artist ache to draw them. Her pixie nose, the heavy eyelashes, the curve of her body hinted at by the oversized sweater she had wrapped around herself. It made my palms itch. Partly because I just wanted to touch her, to see if she would taste as sweet as she looked in that moment.


“Thank you for keeping him entertained.” She stood up. “Can I keep this?”


“Of course.” I stood up and stretched. Her eyes swept over my chest and then back up to my face. Maybe I wasn’t the only one tempted to touch. I hated to admit it, but I had a flare of pride. “I enjoyed hanging out with him.”


I was surprised to realize I meant it. I never would have thought spending time with a six-year-old would have been enjoyable.


“Looks like he did too.” She moved away from the door and I followed her into the hallway.


“Did you get everything settled?”


“I think so.” She frowned.


“What’s wrong?” Her expression worried me.


“Granddad would have hated a large ceremony.” She sighed and headed for the stairs. “But I guess that as a duke there are some things that have to happen.”


“I don’t blame your grandfather.” I followed behind her. “I would want a small ceremony, not to be made into a production.”


“I’m starting to think you don’t like any type of production.” She looked at me over shoulder.


“Not really, no.” I wasn’t going to lie. “I don’t like being the focus, being the center of attention. It makes me uncomfortable.” I wasn’t going to lie, but I hadn’t intended to tell her so much about me.


“And yet you agreed to help me with my grandfather’s funeral.” She turned to me at the bottom of the stairs and set the sketch pad on a table. “Why?”


I stared at her for a minute, enjoying the way her eyes looked up at me, the tilt of her chin, the way her hair cascaded around her shoulders. “I don’t know.”


Unable to help myself, I reached out and touched her cheek with my fingers. Her pupils dilated and she inhaled softly. With one thumb I traced the dip under her plump bottom lip. Her hand reached up to trace my jaw and she took a step closer to me.


“You should be running from me as fast as you can.” She whispered the words. “I’m everything you don’t want.”


“I’m not so sure.”


“I live for the spotlight, it’s my food.” Her eyes were half lidded as she edged closer to my mouth. “And you’ve seen my family. I’m trouble, Max.”


Did I care? I wasn’t sure I was capable of making a real decision as her smell wrapped around my senses. The only thing I knew was that I wanted to taste her, to touch her, to press her against my body. To hear her say my name again.


Dipping my head, I grazed her lips with mine and I was lost. On a sigh, she leaned into me and wrapped her hands around my neck. Tilting her head back, I brought my mouth to hers carefully, softly, tasting. I wanted to deepen the kiss, to hear her moan, to feel the way her body could wrap around mine, but I kept it soft, sweet, and simple. She was in such a hard place, she needed to be protected, treasured by someone.


And right now, I was that person.



About the author:


Nichole Chase is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Suddenly Royal, Flukes, The Dark Betrayal Trilogy, and several short stories. She is also the instructor of Say What? a dialogue class at the Romance Academy.

Nichole lives in Georgia with her husband, energetic daughter, superhero dog, Sulcata tortoise, and two cats. When not writing, you may find her reading, painting, crafting, or chasing her daughter around the house while making monster noises.


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Release Day Launch for I WANT IT THAT WAY by Ann Aguirre!


 I WANT IT THAT WAY by Ann Aguirre



Nadia Conrad has big dreams, and she’s determined to make them come true. But between maintaining her college scholarship and working at the local day care to support herself, dating’s the last thing on her mind. Then she moves into a new apartment and meets the taciturn yet irresistible guy in 1B….

Daniel Tyler has grown up too fast. Becoming a single dad at twenty turned his life upside down—and brought him heartache he can’t risk again. Now, as he raises his four-year-old son while balancing a full-time construction management job and night classes, the last thing he wants is noisy students living in the apartment upstairs. But one night, Nadia’s and Ty’s paths cross, and soon they can’t stay away from each other.

The timing is all wrong—but love happens when it happens. And you can’t know what you truly need until you stand to lose it.

“A tender, sweet, and sexy story about how life—and falling in love—can never be planned.”

—Jennifer L. Armentrout, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Wait for You

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“Where are you from?”

Ah, an actual question. That means I can ask one back.

“Nebraska, toward the South Dakota and Wyoming side, if that helps.”

“I’ve never met anyone from there.”

Michigan was a long way from home. “I usually get ‘not in Nebraska anymore’ jokes, and then I have to decide if I’m going to remind them that’s Kansas or play along.”

“What do you usually do?”

“Play along.”

“You don’t like conflict, huh?” He sounded normal tonight, as if talking to me wasn’t an unpleasant chore anymore.

That was a relief since I’d come to look forward to these moments with him so much. More, maybe, than I’d like to admit.Right. Friends. I distracted myself by considering his question. “Not if it can be avoided. I’m not what you’d call pugnacious, no. But I like to think I don’t back off important issues. What about you?”

“No.” His voice was bleak and quiet. “I don’t. Even when I should.”

Wow, that took a dark turn.

If I could’ve jumped onto his patio without breaking an ankle or waking Sam, I’d have been down there like a shot. The distance between us seemed intolerable, and from the knot in my throat, I didn’t see how I could live another second without touching him, finding out if his hair was as soft as it looked or what he smelled like. I wanted him in a way I never had before.

In high school, I had a boyfriend who played basketball, and we broke up when I left the state. It was a rational decision, and I didn’t miss him that much once I was gone. My freshman year, I went out with a lot of different guys, one date here, two dates there, but I never clicked with anyone enough to focus on them. Sometimes there were hookups with no strings, no expectations. Classes, friends and work seemed a lot more important. The intensity of this attraction was foreign and frightening, if exhilarating. I might already be backing off if I had the faintest sense that Ty was jerking me around on purpose.

Wish he didn’t make me feel this way. It’d be so much simpler if I could friend-zone him.

I realized I still hadn’t touched his verbal grenade. “We all have things we’d do differently in hindsight.”

“What is it about you?” he asked in a wondering tone.


“You make me…better. Calmer.”

“Like a sedative?” I snickered. It was the least sexy thing a guy had ever said to me, including a junior high squeeze who said my face wasn’t actually that bad.

He laughed, too, a sheepish sound. “I didn’t mean it like that. Just…I’m worried pretty much all the time that I’m dropping the ball somewhere, about to face-plant, but when I come out here and hear your voice, everything backs off like ten steps. I can breathe again.”


About Ann Aguirre:

Ann Aguirre

Ann Aguirre is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author and RITA winner with a degree in English Literature; before she began writing full time, she was a clown, a clerk, a voice actress, and a savior of stray kittens, not necessarily in that order. She grew up in a yellow house across from a cornfield, but now she lives in sunny Mexico with her husband, children, and various pets. Ann likes books, emo music, action movies, and she writes all kinds of genre fiction for adults and teens, published with Harlequin, Macmillan, and Penguin, among others.


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Review of Sabriel (Abhorsen #1) by Garth Nix

Sabriel (Abhorsen #1) by Garth Nix


Review: I feel like I have been lefty of some big news, when talking of this book. I have never heard of it till last month when all of a sudden everyone and I mean everyone, who’s anyone was talking about. So of course the first thing I did was go to Half Price Books and buy the whole series. It was only six bucks for all of them together!

I stared reading the book right before I went to bed, but then if you have read this book, you might also know this was a bad idea. One: There is no good place to stop reading. Two: Dead people and magic and cryptic messages. I quickly learned my lesson after a couple of days and decided to start reading outside in the sun, during the daytime.

Sabriel is now one of my top picks for best friends from my books. Why, you ask. Well, that’s simple. She’s got some badass bells that she knows how to use.

The other characters and the landscape of the old kingdom were so great when adding everything in together. Nothing is over shadowing other parts of the book, and the ending was really good. I now want more about Sabriel and her friends, but of course the next book is not about her. Typical…

4 out 5 stars.

491 pages.

Young Adult. Fantasy.

Published by Harper Collins.


Summary: Sent to a boarding school in Ancelstierre as a young child, Sabriel has had little experience with the random power of Free Magic or the Dead who refuse to stay dead in the Old Kingdom. But during her final semester, her father, the Abhorsen, goes missing, and Sabriel knows she must enter the Old Kingdom to find him. She soon finds companions in Mogget, a cat whose aloof manner barely conceals its malevolent spirit, and Touchstone, a young Charter Mage long imprisoned by magic, now free in body but still trapped by painful memories. As the three travel deep into the Old Kingdom, threats mount on all sides. And every step brings them closer to a battle that will pit them against the true forces of life and death—and bring Sabriel face-to-face with her own destiny.

Top Ten Tuesday! Aug 26

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish where we list our top tens!





Top Ten Books I Really Want To Read But Don’t Own Yet


Sins of the Night (Dark-Hunter #6)

I know I have not posted reviews yet for this series, but I will, soon. I promise.
I really love it and how it doesn’t get boring, and keeps getting more and more interesting as the books progress.
Whenever I get into a mood, I read one these I have on stand by, they really help. But, then I’m out. I need to restock my stash of smutty books, fast!


A Darkness Strange and Lovely (Something Strange and Deadly #2)

I’m still not over what happened in the end of the last book. I need more!


Undead and Unsure (Undead #12)

I have been reading this series since middle school, and I love Betsy so much that I named my car after her.
The only reason I don’t have this book yet, is that it now sells at 25 a pop. So I’ll just wait for paper back or my birthday. ( which is soon!) 



 I have heard nothing but great things about this New Adult book and I want it!
Only reason I don’t have, because it is not sold at my bookstore. Which means I must order it online, I hate online orders.


Just Like the Movies

I just love Kelly Fiore! I got her first book Taste Test as an ARC, way before it came out. Ever since then I just love her writing, even if its fluffy.



I have heard some good and some bad about this book, but I would still love to read it myself.
I really like re-telling’s!


Star Cursed (The Cahill Witch Chronicles #2)

One of the best witch book series I have read, and I must know more.


Just One Night (Just One Day #2.5)

I’m not really into e-books, much. But for Gayle Forman I am. I loved how just one year and day ended, but I still would like to know more of what happens to them!


Seraphina (Seraphina #1)

I have heard lots of good about this book and it have dragons. And if you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m a sucker for dragons!


The Kiss of Deception (The Remnant Chronicles #1)

I have heard nothing, but I want this book so bad, I can taste it!
It just sounds sooooo good to me, so it must be mine.
Have any thoughts or comments on Top Ten Tuesday?
Share your thoughts with me please! I love to hear feedback from anyone who reads my stuff.
Also what have you heard of these books? Or have you read them yourself?

Review of If I Should Die (Revenants #3) by Amy Plum

If I Should Die  (Revenants #3) by Amy Plum


Review: It seems to be the time for all trilogies’ to come to an end theses days. Guess that means people will actually have time for other brand new books coming out soon!

Anyway, I was very happy with the out come of this book even though it was a lot of fluff. At most points in the book you may find yourself yawning or thinking of the other books you have lined up to read, I know I was. Although towards the end of the book the plot does pick up speed for the last couple of chapters to help you finish the series.

3 out of 5 stars.

405 pages.

Young Adult. Fantasy. Paranormal. Romance.

Published by HarperTeen.

Summary: Kate is devastated. Her boyfriend, Vincent, is a revenant who has waited lifetimes to find her. But once he did their future together was shattered almost immediately. They were betrayed by a trusted ally who killed Vincent and destroyed his body so that he could not be reanimated. Now Vincent is doomed to roam the earth as a spirit. But Kate isn’t willing to accept life without her true love. She’ll risk anything to save him, even as their friend-turned-enemy begins to wage a war to rule over France’s immortals.