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The story continues with a wedding coming and the friends recovering from the aftermath of homecoming night. That night weighs heavily on everyone and no one came out unaffected. The love triangle between Emme, Charlie, and Jack is still strong. They continue to get ready for their final battle with the Machayiwiw.
Once again I found myself devouring this book. I have been in love with this series since the first chapter. I feel so attached to these characters. My feelings for them are so strong. I hurt when Emme, Charlies, Bets, Jack, Archie, or Ollie hurt. I'm happy when they are happy. The author has bonded me to these characters and I feel like I'm apart of their friendship. I think this book is a perfect for the rest of the series. You get a better insight to each of the characters. My favorite character is Jack. I think he has such a pure soul. I love to watch him fall and stay in love with Emme. He is thoughtful and generous. I was skeptical of him at first but now he seems to belong. The wedding was my favorite part. I was bawling from happiness during the flower exchange. It was a pure and raw moment that I plan on remembering forever. I can't wait to see how Boreas turns out out. All the animals have a special place in my heart and feel like I need to pick a favorite animal. My favorite animal is Hercules. He is strong and powerful and plays a major role. I just really like him.
I can't wait to read the final showdown and I'm sad it will end. I'm scared what will be lost during the showdown. I will have a hard time saying goodbye to these characters.
The lead character is seventeen year old Emme, she and her teenager friends have special powers which allow them to unite with wild animals and make them spirit warriors. They are haunted by the deeds of the evil Machayiwiw (a native Indian spirit turned bad) who is intent on causing havoc and destroying Emme and her loved ones.
The book opens with a dual tragedy, Emme's father and two close friends have recently died in a house fire and Emme and Charlie are recovering from an attack by the Machayiwiw. Charlie's human spirit is still in Hercules a grizzly bear, but his body is in hospital, time is running out for Charlie unless they can reunite them.
Throughout the series Emme is torn between her love for Charlie whom she's known since childhood and her new love for Jack who she intends to marry. The inevitable love triangle causes frictions within the group.
There is a lot of responsibility on the young shoulders of Emme as seen by the many sub-plots as the time for the final showdown with the Machayiwiw draws ever closer. The story continues in Book #5.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.