Sunday, September 22, 2013

[R] Sacrifice of Love, by: Quinn Loftis

Sacrifice of Love
(The Grey Wolves #7)
by: Quinn Loftis


As one evil falls, another rises in its place. The powerful witch, Desdemona, has finally been killed by an alliance of wolf, elf, and fae. But Reyaz, brother to Cypher the warlock king, has vowed retribution for a life that was taken from him. Now Cypher must decide not only how to protect his newfound mate and his people, but also how to destroy the only family he has left. Meanwhile, Jen’s pregnancy progresses and the fateful due date draws ever nearer. The thought of losing Decebel’s child constantly threatens to overwhelm her. With each passing day, Decebel grows more distant, causing Jen to wonder what toll the impending loss of their child is taking on him. Unbeknownst to Jen, in an act of desperation to protect his unborn child and mate, Decebel strikes a deadly bargain with the Great Luna—his life in place of his child’s. There is only one way for that to happen; the bond between he and Jen must be broken.

As Jen as Decebel struggle through their darkness, another kind of darkness is infiltrating Fane’s heart. Doubts and questions linger as he tries to cope with the emotions brought on in the aftermath of Desdemona’s curse. He knows what happened wasn’t real, but still he can’t rid himself of the terrible images seared into his memory. Jacque is his light, the one who keeps the darkness at bay, yet he won’t let her inside to do just that.

Sally continues to learn what it means to be a gypsy healer and Costin struggles to protect her as she runs full speed ahead to help her wolves, heedless of her own safety. She sees her best friends struggling, each enduring their own trials. She’s desperate to help them, but can she keep them safe?

With all of these things hanging heavy over the heads of the Serbia and Romania packs, their attention is divided. The wolves do not even realize a threat has slowly infiltrated their midst. Will they recognize the threat in time to save the lives that precariously hang in the balance?

Against this backdrop of darkness, choices will be made, fears will confronted, and the ultimate sacrifice will be made. Will the wolves stand together to defeat the threats arrayed against them, both from within and without? Will love conquer all? Or will the beleaguered wolves finally succumb to their demons?

Finally! The end of The Grey Wolves series is here and I read it. I’m so happy about it that I couldn’t contain my joy when I was reading the book. But this book gave me the feels too. With the awful cliffhanger of the last book, this one has a perfect ending. I couldn’t ask for more! Thumbs up for Quinn Loftis! Thanks so much for this book.

Now, the book takes place just after the last one, Fate & Fury. We have a new bad guy, who is terribly powerful and is full of vengeance towards everyone. That’s not the only problem. We have some mates’ issues. Decebel, in the last book, agreed to give his life for his daughter. Jen doesn’t know this, of course. The thing is that before the times comes, the bond must be broken. Hell! That hurts. Fane has wolf-man issues and it’s affecting Jacque. Fane and Jacque’s issue was easy to resolve, but Dec and Jen’s one was very dramatic. We don’t know what it’s going to happen until the end.

I love too much this books. I seriously do! They grew on me like fungus. I want to know it all and everyone happy at the end. And just like that, everyone was okay at the end. Including Perizada. I wonder what happen with Lorrelle. *shrugs* I guess I will know in the next series of Quinn Loftis, called Elfin. I really hope so. No matter what I want to read that series too!

Do I recommend this series? Like Jen would say, hells to yeah!

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