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Sunday, March 4

Review: The Savage Grace by Bree Despain

Title: The Savage Grace
By: Bree Despain

Series: The Dark Divine Trilogy Book 3
Publisher: Egmont USA
Released: March 13th, 2012
My Copy: NetGalley Ebook

BookWhisperer Rating:

About the book:
A troubled soul. An impossible choice. A final battle.

Wrestling with the werewolf curse pulsing deep inside of her, Grace Divine was finally able to find her brother, but it nearly cost her everything.

With her boyfriend, Daniel, stuck in wolf form and Sirhan's death approaching, time is running out for Grace to stop Caleb Kalbi and his gang of demons. If she fails, her family and hometown will perish. Everything rests on Grace's shoulders.

The Savage Grace is book three in the Dark Divine Series. Over the past two books readers have followed this dark and twisting journey for Grace and Daniel. After uncovering that Grace's brother was alive and well; they must come to grips with the knowledge that he has also become their enemy. With Daniel stuck in the form of the white wolf; Grace is on her own to uncover how to save him and everyone else she loves. This was a very character developing story for Grace. The changes in her since the beginning of the series have been tremendous, but in this book alone it is easy to observe her character transforming from a young girl to a woman. Quite a bit of time is deciated to this throughout, and will slightly change the pace of this novel compared to the other. Although, don't be alarmed about halfway through Bree Despain shifts direction and the action and anticipation with start to grow. The conclusion carries the intensity that will readers have come to love in the Dark Divine series. Unfortunately, this seemed to be the end of the Dark Divine Trilogy, and I have to say that it has been a hell of a ride. I was a little shocked that it ended like it did, but when I reflect I believe that Despain created an ending that previews the future for Grace and Daniel without uncovering all the mystery. I look forward to seeing what the future hold for Bree Despain. As a talented and already successful author the opportunities should be endless.

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