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I love that unlike the other two stories in this series, there never really was any danger in this book. The bad guys were taken care of at the end of the last story; this was all about dealing with the aftermath. About facing demons that had long since been shoved to the background. About being reintroduced to characters we knew as one thing from years past and relearning who they were today. It was about all of our cast coming together. But mostly, it was about Connor and Alina finding their peace that had begun so beautifully eleven years prior, only to be viciously ripped away before it really got a chance to begin. How do you reconcile doing abhorrent things that your mind remembers with perfect clarity, yet it had no control over? How do you look yourself in the mirror? How do you trust yourself around those you love? How do you function when on a base human level, you can't even trust yourself? Along with constant bouts of uncontrollable rage, this is what is on an infinite loop in Connor's mind and it was painful to read and experience alongside him. This man was so completely broken; it hurt my heart.
At every turn, I felt Alina's devastation as if it were my own. I love that she never gave up on him. I love that throughout their constant back and forth, she never truly gave up on him. She always had faith that their love would find a way. When you are reading dark romance, you don't too often find stories you would consider to be an epic love. But those two words are the best I can think of to describe their journey. From innocent first love to devastation and destruction and years apart to being reunited and having to pick up the pieces of the rubble. I was in awe of the strength they both possessed, even when they thought themselves to be weak. I never once thought that.
I'm not ready to say goodbye to these characters though. I love that we got pieces of them all in this final story, but I'm really hoping that we get stories for Tyler, Deghlan, and especially Vic. You can't just tease us with a statement like no one knows his past and leave it at that! He's been a big part of this series, even if just on the sidelines, and especially Deghlan in this book. I am eagerly hopeful we'll see their stories in the future, but I'll faithfully read anything Rose produces with a smile on my face. Grab this series; you won't be disappointed!
But the real Connor, the guy before he was captured, is actually protective, playful, cocky and considerate. He takes good care of his friends and family and would do anything for him. He meets Alina overseas while she's on a photography assignment where he is located. Whereas Deck and Kai have the ability to show no emotion, Connor is not quite so impassive. With Alina, he is light-hearted, romantic and funny. Due to the shift in transformation, it was truly heartbreaking to see the changes in Connor, knowing how much of a tortured soul he was on the inside, have to live with the horror of remembering what he had done, and yet had no control over it.
I really liked Alina. She was a strong and independent heroine. Like Connor, she would give up everything for her friends and family, including her life and happiness. Now that she is starting over without the threat of Moreno, Alina has to learn to trust again with her new set of friends. Connor seems unreachable because he is not himself, but rather, a damaged version and yet he can't stay away from Alina. Connor's pain and self-loathing is very palpable and touches the rawest parts of him inside as he struggles to figure out how to navigate through this new life with so many scars and how to face the people closest to him. I loved discovering the significance of 11528. And as a side note, there's plenty of Kai in this one and I really enjoyed seeing more of him, too.
The way Nashoda creates these stories and characters where each book is so distinctly different from the others, yet the world is still intertwined, always reels me in with her how these people endure these hardships and still rise above it with hope, even when it seems like there is no hope to be found. I don't know whose story will be next (aside from Kite in her other series), maybe Vic's? Regardless, I can't wait to see what she writes next!
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