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    Phenomenal

    Unbroken Vows Book 6 is the conclusion of Christine Pope’s Project Demon Hunters series. Rosemary McGuire thought all was settled and she and Will Gordon, her new found love, could move forward with their romance. But it did not work the way Rosemary wanted it when Caleb Lockwood, the half demon who should have been dead, shows up at her front door. What proceeds from there was a multitude of events, from Rosemary being kidnapped, to the demons' attempt to convince Rosemary she is one of them, to the demons' final evilest act. The story is filled with heart stopping occurrences and, as usual, it is one of Christine’s best. I highly recommend this book but also recommend that all the books in the series be read in order to understand the storyline in its entirety.
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    Satisfying conclusion to a great series.

    This is a great conclusion to the Project Demon Hunters Series. This book picks up right where Unmarked Graves left us hanging…(not a fan of cliffhangers but this was well worth it) and Rosemary is off on a perilous trip. I thought some of Rosemary’s decisions were misguided but the author does a great job of pulling all aspects of this story/series together. The twists and turns were well done and Rosemary and Will’s romance is very well written. I loved how they relate to each other and watching how they interact with Rosemary’s family. Christine Pope out does herself this time with the evil bad guys and watching them get their just due is satisfying. My only complaint is Michael Covenant, the hero from the first couple of books in the series, becomes kind of a stick in the mud and I wanted to smack him or have Audrey, his better half, give him a swift kick. I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review and I appreciate that opportunity.
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