Series: The Hollows #6
Release Date: February 2008
Reviewed by: Amber R.
I can't believe Rachel Mariana Morgan. I can't believe her and I love her. And she's a little scary too. But mainly awesome. Rachel finds out a lot of things about herself in this book that she didn't necessarily want to know. I really feel that this book was the book that switched things for Rachel. Things have gone from this crazy high level of what things were to something that was never even on the radar before.
Trent is making himself even deeper ingrained in Rachel's life, much to her dismay. She really hates that guy. And I hate to say it but I really kind of want them to end up together. Even though they basically hate each other right now. After what happened in the last book though, Rachel is taking things slowly and trying to heal from the heartbreak. Also her and Ivy are working hard to solve the murder of someone very near to both of them. We get to see their relationship come into this new age of love and cohesiveness, which I think is really cool. We get a lot of Rachel's familial background in this book and we find out more about what Trent's father did to her. And we get to see Rachel's mom a lot too. I really love that lady, she's kooky and crazy and a complete bad ass.
Rachel is off into the ever after in this book on the hunt for the demon Al's blood sample and Trent tags along to search for an elven sample he needs as well. Trent comes along without Rachel's blessing. He basically forces the issue. And she has no choice. So not only does she have to try to sneak into the ever after so that no demons try to take her but she also has to cover Trent's ass. And if we think that's going to go smoothly well we're just wrong. Oh and they have to get in and out within a specific time frame.
I know I keep saying it but this series is absolutely one of my top favorite series ever. I have no idea why I haven't read it before. If you haven't picked this up yet, it's a must read. I'm continuing on in this series because I really need to know what happens. Such an amazing book, definitely one of my favorite books that I've read this year.