Sanctifying Grace by Elizabeth Davies
Contemporary and Historical Time Travel
Grace is now at the end of her life and has Roman by her side. His quest to discover how to resurrect humans who can be enthralled has failed. Now Grace is facing a certain death. Grace has been a part of Roman’s life for millennia and Roman doesn’t know how he can live without her. All he can do is be there for her when she needs him the most.
This is third and final book of the trilogy and readers will be sad to let Grace and Roman go. This is also the most emotional book of the trilogy and will have readers reaching for the Kleenex. While the ending is a little abrupt overall it is a wonderful ending to a trilogy that readers will remember long after they are done reading the books. This story more than the other two will pull the reader in emotionally though as the reader reads each and every one they will find themselves more emotionally invested and will have to read until the very end to see how it ultimately turns out for Roman and Grace. The worlds both past and present come alive as the reader turns each page and they will find themselves lost in another world and will be reluctant to leave. It will also have readers wanting to see more from this author. The trilogy will take the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride that they will find themselves hating to leave.
I give this one 4-1/2 red roses