Author: Heather Frost
Published: July 9th, 2013
Publisher: Sweetwater Books
Hardcover: 384 pages
FTC FYI: Received a hardcover from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Kate Bennett has escaped captivity, but she has not escaped the hunt. The Demon Lord has one million dollars on Kate’s head, and every bounty hunter around is just waiting for the chance to break through her Guardian force. Kate’s only shot at staying alive and protecting her loved ones is to lead the Seers on a mission to the past and kill the Demon Lord before he comes to power.
But Patrick, Kate’s immortal Guardian and the love of her life, knows what happens when she travels back in time: he has seen her die in his arms. With Patrick keeping a protective watch over her, Kate knows she can never accomplish this mission, but she cannot wait around to be captured by Demons again, either.
The final installment of the Seer trilogy bring Kate Bennett’s tale to a surprising and exciting conclusion filled with love and heartache, danger and triumph, loss and redemption.
Wow! What can I say. This book was the perfect ending to a series that just got better and better with each book. So many thrilling and exciting things happen is this book. One thing in particular that I thought was done brilliantly by the author. (But I can’t tell you what it was) What I loved most about his series was it was clean with exceptionally writing. I grew to love Kate and Patrick. And there will always be a special place in my heart for Tony, too. I can’t summarize anything that happens because it will give too much away, but be warned. Once you stop reading, clear your schedule. You won’t be able to stop until the last page is turned. Another aspect I thought the author handled well was the beginning. *Possible Spoiler* At the end of Demons you are left hanging as to what happens to Kate, but I liked how Heather gradually brought that in, making you hungry for more.
5 out of 5 stars. I loved how the everything wrapped up at the end. There were smiles and tears. Guardians is Book 3 of this series, so start with Seers and then Demons.
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