a war led by Giles, threatening to expose the supernatural was feared by most of the supernatural. however, there were still people who followed Giles, choosing to believe him because they were also tired of hiding who they were from the world. Savannah was a witch who found the strength in herself to fight against Giles and his troop by sneaking among the enemy with the hope of taking down their leader. the situation was urgent, because Giles had abducted their friend, Hope, a clairvoyant who now bore Lucifer’s granddaughter. through Hope, Giles had wanted to get Lucifer to appear and support his cause of exposing the supernatural.
last book into the series, as disappointed as I was with not seeing Elena in its spotlight, I was pleased to be equally entertained while Savannah led the story. it was satisfying that she was finally with Adam, and not to mention going through Karl’s near-death and Hope’s labor. the pace was most of the time fast, filled with so much actions that it was difficult not to be glued to the pages. I found myself enjoying Eve’s stay as much as Savannah did, savoring the goose bumps as well as tears shed for their reunion as well as separation. although it was rather saddening to have reach the end of such a strong and entertaining series, I was more than pleased to have picked it up and stuck with it until its very perfect end.