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- Print Length: 468 pages
- Publisher: Inkyard Press; Original edition (June 9, 2020)
- Publication Date: June 9, 2020
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07YF3B7MF
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About the Author
#1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout lives in Charles Town, West Virginia. All the rumors you've heard about her state aren't true. When she's not hard at work writing, she spends her time reading, working out, watching really bad zombie movies, pretending to write, and hanging out with her husband and her Border Jack, Apollo.
Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short stories ... which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She also writes adult and new adult romance under the name J. Lynn. Jennifer loves hearing from readers. Follow her on Twitter, @JLArmentrout, look for her on Facebook and Goodreads, or visit her blog at JenniferArmentrout.com.
Lauren Fortgang, a graduate of Fordham University's Theater Program, is an actress, costume designer, and narrator. She has recorded everything from video games to textbooks. Her audiobook narrations have earned AudioFile Earphones Awards and placed her as a finalist for an Audie Award in 2014.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
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Picking up right where book one left off, Zayne - human/Gargoyle and Warden - has now been bound to Trinity - human/angel - as her new Protector after Misha showed his cards that he was playing for the demon side the entire time.
Only thing is, a physical relationship is now forbidden between Zayne and Trinity by virtue of his role. These two were just one kiss away from being everything to each other, and now this happens!
Zayne and Trinity must now work with Roth and Layla in order to stop the Apocalypse. And finding the Harbinger is the key.
Tears! Copious tears were shed during the reading of this book!
Still sniffling here, so let me get that under control ...
Ok. So. Let me just say that this was a super emotional read. Zayne and Trinity spend most of the book, along with Roth, Layla and Cayman, searching for who and what the Harbinger is as Wardens are slaughtered left and right. They do discover the Harbinger’s identity, and from there, for about the last 25 percent of the book, I could barely blink the tension was so thick.
I adored the growing relationship between Trinity and Roth, and the evolution of the relationship of Zayne and Trinity. I must admit I have always preferred Roth in general over Zayne, but now (of course only now) can I really appreciate Zayne.
All I can say is Jennifer better be kicking it overtime to get the next book in this series finished!
Picking up where S & F leaves off, R & R focuses on the growing (and forbidden) attraction between Zayne and Trinity, the struggle to navigate their new normal of being bonded to one another, and the quest to find the Harbinger.
Zayne, as a character, has really grown and developed since he was first introduced in White Hot Kiss (The Dark Elements series). Though he claims Trin has a light and a spark inside her, his light shines even brighter. Even better? He is very much of the "Rules Were Made to Be Broken" camp. And I dig it. Roth is clearly rubbing off on him.
Zayne is also vulnerable. I wanted to wrap that Stony man in a hug and tell him how worthy he is of all the things.
Trin is still dealing with heartache from events that occurred in S & F. Full disclosure, there were times I really struggled with her character. There is a selfishness to her and a wealth of immaturity. But there is also the weight and burden of being what she is, her fears and uncertainty.
Trin's relationship with Roth is entertaining, and, much like he did for Layla, he offers her the chance to tap into her potential and shift her perspective, while also providing unsolicited (yet valuable) advice.
There is a lot of humor in this story mostly from the banter and push and pull between Zayne and Trin, but also because, well, Roth.
This book, it absolutely gutted me. The depth of emotion between Zayne and Trinity, their fears, and the twists and turns at the end? I don't even know what to do with myself. Have tissues because, to quote Zayne, there's a lot you don't know.
Getting into the characters, I was pleased to see more Zayne in this book. We didn't see him for a fair amount of the first book but he has a pretty dominating presence in this book. And of course, we got more Roth in this book which is ALWAYS a positive! Layla took more of a backseat in more of this book which is understandable because I feel like she had more a presence and was somewhat of an obstacle for the relationship of Zayne and Trinity to be able to progress. Also, Peanut is always a delight to read! Jennifer really knows how do write the sidekick/funny friend and Peanut is absolutely no exception!!
Getting into the plot, there are spoilers so I can't talk much on that but what I will say is that the stakes are even higher and though the setting is pretty much contained, Jennifer makes great use of the different locations throughout and how to progress the book with little geography. One of my favorite things about this book was how the sequel IMMEDIATELY picked up where the first book picked off! More times than not, there is a bit of a time jump but not giving characters not much of a time to take a breath gives more of an intensity to the story.
Getting to the finale, it definitely ups the stakes for the third [final??] book in the series and it absolutely has me excited but also makes me sad because of the year-long wait. Just another reason though to have authors during this difficult time in the world!!!