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  • Loved it!

    At 38 years old you’d think I’d have gotten past devoted, unconditional love stories. Brigid Kemmerer has reminded me that I haven’t. And maybe it’s because for 12+ years I’ve had my Grey/Rhen next to me; so I know love exists. Or maybe it’s because the 16 year old version of me is bawling her eyes out at how poignant and amazing these characters and their stories are. Either way I’m glad to still be able to enter a fantasy world made for teens and fall in love with it. My personal notes: - As a lover of Grey, from early in book 1, I can honestly say that his character progression is lovely. And I love him even more after every page I flipped - Rhen and Harper still annoy me... in the last half of the book I got over it without even realizing it until I was at the end. Lol - Noah and Jake are adorable and I wish there was so much more of them - Virginity is lost! It’s YA rated but still pretty steamy - Blood is spilled. Like a lot of blood. And yes I loved that too. Give me a tortured soul any day - Beauty and the Beast has never been my favourite story. But this series is proof it can be done without it seeming totally inappropriate or wrong. I’m impressed. If you’d read the first two books then you don’t need me to tell you to read this. Just know that the ending is lovely. And as someone who hates most endings it’s nice to smile and put this third book down, content with where we are at. Although already dreading the possibility of a follow-up series... because I’m paranoid to touch good things in case they get messed up. However, as Kemmerer points out to us many times during this series, you cannot gain anything without risking something as well. There are many lovely lines and adages to take to heart in this last book of the Cursebreaker series; but I think my favourite one is this one; because in real life people make mistakes and we hurt one another. Trust is always so hard to gain; and yet easily lost. Kemmerer reminds us to give others a break sometimes; as we need one ourselves at times: “One choice shouldn’t undo a thousand good ones.” Excuse me while I go kiss my husband and thank him for all our wonderful years together; and all those to come. Don’t forget to love those around you openly and unabashedly. Just as Rhen and Grey do their ladies.

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  • This was everything I needed it to be.

    Curse, to the day, is one of my favorite books. The way Brigid Kemmerer weaves the plot of a familiar story into an absolutely breathtaking tale of bravery, fighting demons inside and out, and desperately trying to do what's right makes for a tale I won't tire of. Its sequel was upsetting in all of the right ways, knowing that she had a plan and had to break our hearts to get there. A Vow So Bold and Deadly was everything I wanted it to be, as realistically as it could be. There was the redemption we sought, resolve, and strength in the bonds we've come to love. None of our characters had easy journeys, least of all our beloved Rhen, but the way they all came to the conclusion was beautiful in how real it felt. Things that I had been desperately waiting to happen, finally did... while things I didn't know had to happen, I wouldn't have had come about any other way. This deserves a reread in the near future, as I know I barrelled right through it in my excitement. And with how so many things were left open-ended (though, fear not, it did conclude satisfactorily), I don't think fans have misplaced hope that we may see these characters or this world again someday.

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  • Loved seeing more of Lia Mara and Harper!

    This series is so fun! I definitely think the 1st was the strongest, maybe because it was the retelling and then after it veers off into a new storyline, but the 2nd and 3rd are still good. I loved seeing more of Lia Mara and Harper, especially.

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  • Master Class In Character Development

    Brigid Kemmerer once again knocks it out of the park with this perfect finale to the Cursebreakers series! All four characters must overcome their internal and external conflicts, as well as find the capacity to forgive each other. The story focuses primarily on the four main characters and the challenges they face in their new role. This brings the characters to the forefront and makes for a compelling read even when things move a bit slower. By the time I reached the end, I was at the height of tension. I had to take a break but all I wanted was to go back and see how the story ended! Each character shines in their spotlight. Harper is strong and stubborn but comes to grow and adapt when she is show new directions and perspectives. Lia Mara is a treasure and I would die for her. Grey is my favourite and he will always have a special place in my heat. Rhen’s was complex and challenging but I absolutely loved his arc. Of everyone, his growth was among the strongest and I ached for him by the end. I absolutely love the development and growth of these characters. They all seemed like real people and I wanted them to succeed in everything they did. Honestly, the highlight for me was the relationship between Rhen and Grey. It’s changed so much and to see it in a new light endeared them to me more. This book and series is the golden standard for quality character development. Each character is distinctive and strong and engaging in a world with monsters, magic, and ferocious evil. I cannot recommend it enough to all lovers of fantasy, drama, and healthy bromance!

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