Sin & Surrender (Demigods of San Francisco, #6)
The sixth and final book in the #1 internationally bestselling Demigods of San Francisco series!It's the moment Kieran and Lexi have been preparing for. The Magical Summit.Ready or not, they will take their assembled team into the belly of the beast. The stakes couldn't be higher. If the powers that be don't approve of Kieran, he will not earn the official title of the Demigod of San Francisco.The real danger concerns Lexi, however. With Kieran away in meetings, she must brave the treacherous halls of the Summit with just her crew and her wards, fighting for social placement and status, open to attack from all angles.She could've never expected what comes at her. No one could've.Prepare yourself for this epic conclusion to the Demigods of San Francisco series!

Sin & Surrender (Demigods of San Francisco, #6) Details

TitleSin & Surrender (Demigods of San Francisco, #6)
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 9th, 2020
Rating
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Magic, Romance, Urban Fantasy

Sin & Surrender (Demigods of San Francisco, #6) Review

  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    The time has come for Alexis and Kieran to face off with the other Demigods at the Magical Summit. Kieran has to prove his worth if he wants to keep his position in San Francisco but with Lexi's magic in high demand the whole team have to prove themselves capable of defending themselves and if they can't they'll be picked off one by one as the other Demigods try to steal them for their own teams. The stakes have never been higher and they only have a limited time to show the world they're not to The time has come for Alexis and Kieran to face off with the other Demigods at the Magical Summit. Kieran has to prove his worth if he wants to keep his position in San Francisco but with Lexi's magic in high demand the whole team have to prove themselves capable of defending themselves and if they can't they'll be picked off one by one as the other Demigods try to steal them for their own teams. The stakes have never been higher and they only have a limited time to show the world they're not to be messed with.As sad as I am to reach the end of this series I'm very happy to say it ends on a high note (I still have hopes that we'll get more books in this world though, even if they're about the other members of the crew with Lexi and Kieran no longer the main characters!). It's hard to review a series finale because you want to encourage new readers to start their journey in this world without giving spoilers (don't do that here please, but I'd highly recommend checking out the first book, Sin and Chocolate) but you also want to let series fans know what to expect. To be fair anyone who has read the previous books already knows what they're going to get in this series though and Sin and Surrender won't disappoint. There is action and intrigue, witty banter between the main team, more romance between Leix and Kieran plus we get to see Daisy and Mordecai show the magical elite exactly what they're made of.It would be too easy to spoil the final story if I go into much more detail than that but trust me, if you enjoyed the rest of the series you're going to love every minute of this book. Although this is a finale of sorts I'm convinced there is more to see in this world and I really, really hope that we're going to get books about the rest of the crew, there are just too many fantastic side characters to let them go to waste!
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  • Ira
    January 1, 1970
    This is a good series.But I don’t expect anything else from Ms. Breene’s books.However, I’ve read quite a few of her series and Shanti, from The Warrior Chronicles series, still is my favourite.I guess I prefer a quite, calm, probably rather cold and mean heroine than someone who had a mild bipolar attitude, 😳😂.I skip book #4, But I want to read it now! Something happened and it was good! 😘Ms. Breene, can we get Daisy and her wicked Dark Fae story too, please? ❤️
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  • Sunseeker☀️
    January 1, 1970
    Fantastic conclusion!! Can’t wait for Daisy’s story!
  • Ann Lou
    January 1, 1970
    When you love an author's series, you can't help but compare her new books. I love this author's Chosen series. Shanti is one of my favorite heroines. That is saying something because I have read a lot. I didn't love the first two books in this series. But it grew on me. I love Alexis and her wards. Even Bria and her crazy antics. And their misfit family.I can't believe I finished the 6 books in 3days. Now I want to read more. I hope there is going to be a bonus scene like their wedding. I was r When you love an author's series, you can't help but compare her new books. I love this author's Chosen series. Shanti is one of my favorite heroines. That is saying something because I have read a lot. I didn't love the first two books in this series. But it grew on me. I love Alexis and her wards. Even Bria and her crazy antics. And their misfit family.I can't believe I finished the 6 books in 3days. Now I want to read more. I hope there is going to be a bonus scene like their wedding. I was really surprised about Harding.
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  • Danielle (Danniegurl)
    January 1, 1970
    That’s the end. Man I want more.I liked this one much better than the previous book. But I’m still unclear on Magnus’s motives for killing his children, like I get they went back to kill him but....it’s just weird and swept away.I was surprised in the middle to end there. I had suspected some people weren’t who they said they were and I was surprised I had figured it out so soon. I am thrilled with Jack. That was so awesome I only wish I could spend more time with them before we left this world. That’s the end. Man I want more.I liked this one much better than the previous book. But I’m still unclear on Magnus’s motives for killing his children, like I get they went back to kill him but....it’s just weird and swept away.I was surprised in the middle to end there. I had suspected some people weren’t who they said they were and I was surprised I had figured it out so soon. I am thrilled with Jack. That was so awesome I only wish I could spend more time with them before we left this world.Hopefully Daisy and Mordecai get their own series/books or whatever. I have no idea who they are to end up with, plus Mordie needs to do all the pack stuff too. I’m surprised we didn’t get more of his perspective.Overall it was a good book.
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  • Lisa
    January 1, 1970
    Best everSo sad this was the final bookBut wow what a book and the perfect finish the whole storyline was epic and so much banter,fun,heartache and joy surprises galore loved loved loved this series fantastic ending to this paranormal world. I love her crazy and love, love, love the characters and their banter and the world in which she created. It is a story with everything you need to make it a great paranormal story - with magic and betrayal, danger and mystery, suspense and dramaI really hop Best everSo sad this was the final bookBut wow what a book and the perfect finish the whole storyline was epic and so much banter,fun,heartache and joy surprises galore loved loved loved this series fantastic ending to this paranormal world. I love her crazy and love, love, love the characters and their banter and the world in which she created. It is a story with everything you need to make it a great paranormal story - with magic and betrayal, danger and mystery, suspense and dramaI really hope we get more Daisy's and Mordies story in the future.can we have a spin-off???
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  • Fmarie
    January 1, 1970
    Loved this series!🥰I admit that having magic, a family where loyalty and fierce protectiveness drives them, a strong heroine that will do anything to protect her family is a pretty good combo for me. The same could be said about the hero and his chosen family, the six.This book ends Kieran and Lexi’s story arch but by the way the book ends it is implied that there will be another book and that it may be Daysy’s. That would be awesome!
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  • Sophia
    January 1, 1970
    An amazing conclusion to a terrific series! I am gonna miss this bunch of misfits!
  • Steph
    January 1, 1970
    There’s definitely more stories among this group yet to be told. Hopefully there’ll be a spin-off.
  • Rhiannon Chillingworth
    January 1, 1970
    Everything about this final book was excellent.Plus, we have the bonus of a clear spin off about Daisy, who is an amazing character.Bravo!
  • Mindy
    January 1, 1970
    I'm sad to say goodbye to these characters as they have become some of my all-time favorites. This series was one of those rare, diamond-in-the-haystack, type reads that grabbed me from the beginning and kept be begging for more every time. This book and series is going to stay with me for a while. Lexi, Kieran, and all the characters were so well developed. I love how the author kept them true to their original throughout the series but also continued to help them grow and mature as individuals I'm sad to say goodbye to these characters as they have become some of my all-time favorites. This series was one of those rare, diamond-in-the-haystack, type reads that grabbed me from the beginning and kept be begging for more every time. This book and series is going to stay with me for a while. Lexi, Kieran, and all the characters were so well developed. I love how the author kept them true to their original throughout the series but also continued to help them grow and mature as individuals at a pace that they kept you guessing but didn't disappoint you with any strange sudden happenings that felt out of place. The story plot was the same. It developed at a perfect pace so that the author gives you enough to satisfy you, but not enough to ruin the next book and each book ends with a perfect setup for the next. This book delivers and it is the perfect ending to the series. I had such an emotional rollercoaster ride while reading it. I'm sad to see it end, but that ending was so worth it. I laughed, cried, shouted, screamed (internally because if I had done it out loud I would have frightened my family, lol), and I fell in love with the characters once more. I won't get into specifics as I don't want to spoil it for anyone. However, I will say that, if you give this series a chance, you won't be disappointed. Well done to the author on an amazing story. Thank you for the fantastic adventure.
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  • Debbie Turk
    January 1, 1970
    A Truly Stunning Finale To This Epic Series!!😲😍🔥👻🙈👑💥Everything Any Fan Of This Series Could Hope For!!🙏😂🎉🌟Sin & Surrender: Demigods of San Francisco #6This book is pure pleasure, it should be a sin to read!😉😍Alexis & Kieran, along with her Ward's & their Crew, are all preparing to finally attend the Magical Summit. It is here, they know from others previous experience, that it will be determined if his place as the official Demigod of San Francisco will stand or if he'll need to consolidate his A Truly Stunning Finale To This Epic Series!!😲😍🔥👻🙈👑💥Everything Any Fan Of This Series Could Hope For!!🙏😂🎉🌟Sin & Surrender: Demigods of San Francisco #6This book is pure pleasure, it should be a sin to read!😉😍Alexis & Kieran, along with her Ward's & their Crew, are all preparing to finally attend the Magical Summit. It is here, they know from others previous experience, that it will be determined if his place as the official Demigod of San Francisco will stand or if he'll need to consolidate his place in other ways!😲 They also know that his unsanctioned mark on Alexis will be called into question.1. Because it's against the rules to mark others without the Rulers consent.😒2. Because Lexi's power is so feared & sought after.😡It will be an actual & figurative fight for both Kieran as well as Lexi, her Ward's & the rest of the Crew.💥 He cannot step in to aid them in any fights as he will be facing political manoeuvring & intrigue, in meetings, and also won't immediately know who is friend or foe, well except for the obvious!!🙈😡 Plus it's excepted that all the Demigod's teams will fight to try & gain status & up their overall social standing.🙈😳 Daisy & Mordecai are both going to attend. As a 'non magical human' Daisy attending is unheard of & is expected to reflect poorly on him, as a shifter that was abandoned as a child, Mordecai will be viewed as lesser too, they'll both be at risk regardless of being underage and therefore theoretically exempt from being targeted & challenged!😳😟 This is such a wonderfully fleshed out, well rounded & beautifully balanced story.🙏 It has absolutely everything any fan of this series could hope for and even more.😍 I was completely blown away by the twists & turns, shocks & surprises. It's snarky, I snorted so many times at all of the one liners.😂 But I also laughed out loud, then nearly swallowed my tongue in fear & pee'd my pants in excitement!😟🎉 It's an emotive juggernaut from start to finish but the pace builds so sneakily, along with your pulse, that you barely realise it's about to explode until it's upon you!!😲💥 This book is, quite frankly, an epic finale to this series. It also lays the foundation for the start of Daisy's book/s!💖🎉 I can't think of anything I'd want in this book that wasn't included, concluded or explained - I'm truly in awe!🙏🌟Debbie, 1970, UK
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  • Corda
    January 1, 1970
    Gripping story. Excellent character development of all of them. Heartwarming love and an incredible HEA!
  • Holly
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoy K.F. Breene's novels. Her characters are always engaging and I tend to love her heroine's and the misfit families they create. This was no exception. I loved Lexi and Keiran, their wards and the friends they collected and turned into family. It was a bit predicible, though. I figured out what was going to happen two books ago, and I'm a little sad it went the way I thought it would. Still, it was a satisfying end to the series, and I'm sad to see them go.For as much as I enjoyed i I really enjoy K.F. Breene's novels. Her characters are always engaging and I tend to love her heroine's and the misfit families they create. This was no exception. I loved Lexi and Keiran, their wards and the friends they collected and turned into family. It was a bit predicible, though. I figured out what was going to happen two books ago, and I'm a little sad it went the way I thought it would. Still, it was a satisfying end to the series, and I'm sad to see them go.For as much as I enjoyed it, I have to say I was frustrated with Daisy in this book.Daisy and Mordecai are Lexi's wards. She adopted them off the street and gave them a safe place to live when they were teenagers. The three of them have come through a lot together. As the only non-magical person in their group, Daisy has been training with Zorn, the leader of Keiran's Six, and Amber, his spymaster, to learn to defend herself and their family. She dealt with a lot growing up and her and Mordecai were my favorite part of the earlier books. The way they stuck together and did what they could to help Lexi was very heartwarming. As the series has progressed, I've come to like Daisy less and less. She's become mouthy and cocky, which isn't unexpected from a teenage girl, but the more endearing aspects of her character have been missing of late. It seems like Breene may be setting up to give us more books in this world from Daisy's point of view, and I'm not super excited about the prospect. Though I may change my mind later. I was hoping for a bit more from both Keiran and Lexi, and I really didn't like Daisy very much in these last few books, but the series is still wonderfully done, and I'm going to miss all of them.
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  • Darcy
    January 1, 1970
    I really liked how this one ended. Kieran and Lexi show a united front at the Summit, along with their team. I loved how from the start they were able to surprise everyone and win them over, not necessarily with power but goodness, kindness and common sense. Somethings not seen very much in this world where everyone is out for themselves and to amass as much power as they can. I really loved the lecture that Lexi gave on leaving a teammate behind, loved how Daisy played dumb with a one time ally I really liked how this one ended. Kieran and Lexi show a united front at the Summit, along with their team. I loved how from the start they were able to surprise everyone and win them over, not necessarily with power but goodness, kindness and common sense. Somethings not seen very much in this world where everyone is out for themselves and to amass as much power as they can. I really loved the lecture that Lexi gave on leaving a teammate behind, loved how Daisy played dumb with a one time ally. Amazing how these newbies were able to get salient points across.The political maneuvering made my head want to explode! Every word, look, nuance was to be weighed and looked for any small slight. What a horrible way to live! I'm glad that Kieran and Lexi were able to get through things and not only get through things, but come out on top with a little help from some unusual places. What was revealed in the last part of the book blew my head away! It goes to show that goodness, kindness and common sense will always be good things to have, that looking out for those that are less than you is the right thing to do.I'm sad that this series has ended. I hope that the author writes about Daisy and her adventures, think that would make for some fun reading!
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  • Bobbi
    January 1, 1970
    The Magical summit has finally arrived and with it Kieran, Lexi, Daisy, Mordecai and the crew.Kieran has done extensive preparation for what comes ahead, but told Lexi less, not to stress her, but also knowing she does better on the fly. Besides getting Kieran confirmed as Demigod of San Francisco, they need to get official recognition of their mating mark, and register Daisy as part of their family, the first “Chester” in attendance.Kieran needs alliances with the more powerful Demigods. Luckil The Magical summit has finally arrived and with it Kieran, Lexi, Daisy, Mordecai and the crew.Kieran has done extensive preparation for what comes ahead, but told Lexi less, not to stress her, but also knowing she does better on the fly. Besides getting Kieran confirmed as Demigod of San Francisco, they need to get official recognition of their mating mark, and register Daisy as part of their family, the first “Chester” in attendance.Kieran needs alliances with the more powerful Demigods. Luckily Magnus acknowledged Lexi as his daughter, Dara is convinced to support him through a brilliant move by Daisy, and others began to see him favorably because Lexi and the crew do so well in their competition with other demigods teams.There’s non stop action and adventure throughout the book, as each of their crew has a moment to show their strengths and help advance Team Kieran towards the top of the magical teams. This is something I’ve loved about this series, Daisy and Mordecai have grown, been trained and become very helpful to the crew. Daisy has emerged as an excellent strategist and helped Lexi choose a wardrobe that fits her personality and the situation they’re in.Mordecai is the voice of reason for Daisy; loyal and fierce in his own way. Both of them could go on to star in their own series.As a final book in a series, this is hard to top. A Happily Ever After is achieved in the craziest and most unexpected way that only Ms Breene could pull off.
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  • Caffeine & Legends book reviews
    January 1, 1970
    The hardest part about reading this book, was that I had so many moments when I wanted to stop and just start talking about it with anyone who would listen. The twists BLEW. MY. SOCKS. OFF!For so much of this book, I was on the edge of my proverbial seat. First, wondering what the magical summit would be like - and second, at the summit, terrified that something would happen to another one of the characters that have come to feel like a second family. My expectation coming into this book was tha The hardest part about reading this book, was that I had so many moments when I wanted to stop and just start talking about it with anyone who would listen. The twists BLEW. MY. SOCKS. OFF!For so much of this book, I was on the edge of my proverbial seat. First, wondering what the magical summit would be like - and second, at the summit, terrified that something would happen to another one of the characters that have come to feel like a second family. My expectation coming into this book was that there would be a balance of political negotiating, and some action as things heated up. But, in typical Breene fashion, it was packed with moving parts, battles, hilarious moments, and time when I needed to read a second time to be sure I caught every little nuance of the words sprawled across the page. The Chaos that surrounds Lexi and her crew is always a blast. The events that unfolded were as unpredictable as her magic, and I couldn't be more happy with how this series ended. It's better than anything I could've hoped for!
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  • Jenni Bishop
    January 1, 1970
    Sin & Surrender (Demigod of San Francisco #6) by K.F. Breene is the final book in the series and a fantastic ending to this paranormal world. As I have said on more than one occasion KF is one of my favourite authors and I have an addiction to her storytelling. I love her crazy and love, love, love the characters and their banter and the world in which she created. KF’s writing has the ability to transport you into the story and become one of the characters. Unfortunately this book is also bitte Sin & Surrender (Demigod of San Francisco #6) by K.F. Breene is the final book in the series and a fantastic ending to this paranormal world. As I have said on more than one occasion KF is one of my favourite authors and I have an addiction to her storytelling. I love her crazy and love, love, love the characters and their banter and the world in which she created. KF’s writing has the ability to transport you into the story and become one of the characters. Unfortunately this book is also bittersweet for me because it is the end of this magical world and the characters who have come to life and feel like family. A crazy, sassy, beguiling and unpredictable family nevertheless. It is a story with everything you need to make it a great paranormal story - with magic and betrayal, danger and mystery, suspense and drama.
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  • Kelly
    January 1, 1970
    Loved the ending of Sin & Surrender, what a great way to wrap up the series. This book was action packed with all the constant battles Lexi and her family of misfits face, even at the Summit with all of the other powerful figures present Lexi still stands out above everyone else.Mordecai and Daisy established themselves as my favourite characters in this series very early on, and even though this series has finished I just want to read more of them (with Lexi and Kieran making appearances of cou Loved the ending of Sin & Surrender, what a great way to wrap up the series. This book was action packed with all the constant battles Lexi and her family of misfits face, even at the Summit with all of the other powerful figures present Lexi still stands out above everyone else.Mordecai and Daisy established themselves as my favourite characters in this series very early on, and even though this series has finished I just want to read more of them (with Lexi and Kieran making appearances of course). The ending of Sin & Surrender left the storyline open for lots more of Daisy, and I am here for that when it (hopefully) happens.
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  • shawna
    January 1, 1970
    On man I can't wait for Daisies story I'm sad the stories over. Did Alexis really need a power up from a God at the end I don't think so . God's don't give stuff away for free no matted how much they might like you. I'm happy everything work out for Alexis and Kieran. It was sometime hard to follow such a big crew of characters so I had to stop and think who is this person and why do I care. The sex scenes where to the point I didn't care and skipped them usually that only happen when there bori On man I can't wait for Daisies story I'm sad the stories over. Did Alexis really need a power up from a God at the end I don't think so . God's don't give stuff away for free no matted how much they might like you. I'm happy everything work out for Alexis and Kieran. It was sometime hard to follow such a big crew of characters so I had to stop and think who is this person and why do I care. The sex scenes where to the point I didn't care and skipped them usually that only happen when there boring me or there are two many sex scenes .
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  • Karli McNamee
    January 1, 1970
    WowRarely does an author get a series conclusion so completely RIGHT. Beautifully done! I'm really going to miss these characters. I can't wait to hear more from Daisy! Easily one of my favorite series of all time.
  • Katyana
    January 1, 1970
    Really, really fantastic end to the series. So many good moments, and just so damn satisfying. This lands firmly up on my favorites, and I'm sure I'll re-read it many times.Yay!
  • Brandy Barber
    January 1, 1970
    This book was great. I am so sad to see it end but am ready for Daisy's story. I think we found closer is this book. I can not even believe how it ended. well honestly I can't was surprised by how this book went almost all the way through. I love how this author rights. I never can put hers down. I read this book in one day. Get this book today.
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  • THall
    January 1, 1970
    I enjoyed this series Worth readingI hope there is spin off series
  • Marie Svarc
    January 1, 1970
    I really liked the first book of this series. Maybe I expect her to keep up like she did with her Darkness series. Nothing she has written since then compares to it. Sorry to say.
  • Ez
    January 1, 1970
    This was a satisfying end to the Demigods series and while I'm aware there might be further books by other characters featuring in these novels, I'm sad that this is the end of Alexis and Kieran's story. The majority of the book takes place at the Magical Summit, the main event that the latter half of the series has been referring to sporadically. It's essential for Kieran to make a positive impression and pick up all the political gain he can and it's Alexis' first real foray into the magical e This was a satisfying end to the Demigods series and while I'm aware there might be further books by other characters featuring in these novels, I'm sad that this is the end of Alexis and Kieran's story. The majority of the book takes place at the Magical Summit, the main event that the latter half of the series has been referring to sporadically. It's essential for Kieran to make a positive impression and pick up all the political gain he can and it's Alexis' first real foray into the magical elite. Not only will they be surrounded by the unknown, they'll be challenged, face old foes and Kieran and Lexi's relationship called into question.This was another great read in the series. It had a slightly different feel as for once Lexi wasn't training or getting ready for the end game - this was it. Lexi and Kieran are together, but not for as long in this book as in some of the others (at least, that's what it felt like). They needed to show their strength while keeping everyone, including the kids, safe. Names that have been thrown around for several books are finally dragged into the main story line: Aaron, Magnus, Zander and Dara, just to name a few. Not everything goes merrily for our favourite couple but the one thing that stays strong is their love for each other, as cheesy as that sounds.The book has everything you expect from this series: mystery, intrigue, suspense, romance, a heap of power play, humour, quirky characters and the special kind of sarcasm that Breene specialises in. The story is mainly told from Lexi's point of view with a few chapters shared amongst Kieran and Daisy to mix it up a bit. A possible story line for Daisy is tossed in there towards the end so I'm going to take a stab in the not-so-dark and guess that this book reveals the direction her story will take.One of the highlights of the book for me, apart from all the usual suspects, were the two cats. They were a great addition and bought another level of quirk to the story - I loved it. Magnus also revealed a bit of his backstory and while I would have liked more detail and length included regarding this, as well as more about Alexis' past, it was a welcome piece of the pie added in. The battles throughout the Magical Summit kept things interesting and I love that the author kept Lexi's character consistent and true until the end.The only thing I would have liked was for the epilogue to be told from Alexis' point of view. She's always been the big draw to this series for me and as one of the main characters, I would have liked the series to have gone out with her because it really was her success story. The ending was also a wee bit cheesy and tongue in cheek, but I still enjoyed it because everything was tied up neatly and happily.Overall, I've absolutely loved this series and am devastated it's finished. The characters and world-building are solid so I'm really looking forward to Daisy's book in the future as well. But waaaaahhh for no more books on Kieran and Lexi. Thanks for the trip, K.F.! It's been a blast!
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  • Kristine
    January 1, 1970
    The second I saw this book available on Audible, I pushed everything aside and immediately downloaded it. I knew this was going to be the conclusion and I alternated between excitedly listening and then wanting to slow down so it wasn't over. In case I haven't mentioned it before, I have REALLY loved this series. Lexi is a wonderful MC - she is humble, sometimes dorky, yet push her too far or threaten her wards and man oh man does she become a tough mama bear - regardless of who she has to screa The second I saw this book available on Audible, I pushed everything aside and immediately downloaded it. I knew this was going to be the conclusion and I alternated between excitedly listening and then wanting to slow down so it wasn't over. In case I haven't mentioned it before, I have REALLY loved this series. Lexi is a wonderful MC - she is humble, sometimes dorky, yet push her too far or threaten her wards and man oh man does she become a tough mama bear - regardless of who she has to scream at. She has a great sense of right and wrong and is always standing up for the little guy in a world where that is definitely the exception.The relationship that now exists between Lexi and Kieran has been wonderfully developed and it is so refreshing to see a female MC given room to grow and flourish, even though she is constantly making mistakes during that growth. The thing that makes this series so fabulous is the character development of the secondary characters. They are wonderfully fleshed out and they are so developed that they basically come right off the page. The team that Kieran and Lexi have created is unique, yet strong. They are a kind of adopted family of extremely talented magical misfits who together are one of the strongest "teams" in this magical world. It is so nice to see them teasing each other, throwing quip after quip, yet willing (and actually) throwing themselves in front of danger to protect other members of the team. The relationship between Daisy, Mordecai and the guys is unbelievably moving. Each of these very "manly" tough guys would do whatever necessary to prevent one of the kids from being hurt, while the kids are constantly trying to save the guys. It is a great dynamic.Anyway, if you haven't started this series, stop reading this review and go find book one and get started. If you are already on this book (book 6), you know how great it is. This book does not disappoint. Questions are answered and there is enough thrown out there that I fully envision a spin off or two in the works from some of these fantastic secondary guys.Loved it. Just sorry it ended so quickly.....
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  • Claire Cronin
    January 1, 1970
    A stunning finale to what has been a fantastic series that has kept me entertained and caught up in this world from the very beginning. I have loved these characters with a passion and watched them grow and mature in skills and character along the way. Another not to be missed series from K.F. Breene!The Magical Summit has eventually arrived, all the plotting and scheming has been for this one meeting of all the Demigods and their crews. This is where Kieran has to earn his stripes so to speak, A stunning finale to what has been a fantastic series that has kept me entertained and caught up in this world from the very beginning. I have loved these characters with a passion and watched them grow and mature in skills and character along the way. Another not to be missed series from K.F. Breene!The Magical Summit has eventually arrived, all the plotting and scheming has been for this one meeting of all the Demigods and their crews. This is where Kieran has to earn his stripes so to speak, he needs more allies and has to prove his worth to the other Demigods. His job is to attend the meetings and deal with the political maneuverings going on and is not able to help Alexis and his crews out, their job is to physically fight the other Demigod crews. Of course Alexis is the unknown in all of this, no one having seen just what she is capable of, so everyone wants to fight them. There is also the question Lexi's mating mark and whether she was coerced into having it that also needs settling at some point, she is not safe until this has been done.Daisy and Mordecai are also there, both seen in a bad light by the other Demigods, with Daisy being the only non-magical human present and Mordecai being the rejected shifter, but both prove their worth in countless ways, showing just how much these characters have grown throughout the series.This last book is full to the brim of action, adventure and magic as all the pieces from the series fall into place. There are shocks and surprises along the way, its also witty and funny and with have you laughing out loud in some places. It really has you on the edge of your seat as the battles and suspense build along the way.I loved it! It's the perfect end to the series, I hadn't guessed who Alexis' helper turned out to be at all!! I will be sorry to see this series end, but am hoping that maybe Daisy and Mordecai get their own spin off books, they have certainly earned it!! A must read for PNR fans.
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  • Limecello
    January 1, 1970
    I'm wavering between 4 and 5 stars because ... I don't know if I'll be !!!!!! about it years from now - but maybe? But I'm not like SCREAM IT FROM THE ROOFTOPS. but I absolutely definitely know I'm going to be re-reading this series, especially this book. (Was it shorter than her other ones/series? It kinda felt like it - I mean i blow through them all ...) but anyway just a thought.Alexis and Kieran. (LOL I can't remember if it was this book or the one before though I was I'm wavering between 4 and 5 stars because ... I don't know if I'll be !!!!!! about it years from now - but maybe? But I'm not like SCREAM IT FROM THE ROOFTOPS. but I absolutely definitely know I'm going to be re-reading this series, especially this book. (Was it shorter than her other ones/series? It kinda felt like it - I mean i blow through them all ...) but anyway just a thought.Alexis and Kieran. <3 They're so perfect.(LOL I can't remember if it was this book or the one before though I was reading it while waiting for the MD at an appointment and it was one of the sex scenes, so that was slightly awkward.) I also so regret not snapping up the previous books when they were $0.99 ... :P still really hoping I catch the warrior books on sale :P ANYWAY.I was LITERALLY SCREAMING at parts of this book. And also going "YAAAASSSSS"I LOVE LOVE LOVE how it worked out for X character.I wasn't even mad at the "series baiting" for Daisy and her (view spoiler)[dark fae (hide spoiler)]. => I REALLY HOPE Breene has already written most of this series and I can just snap it up.Kinda tempted for if/when those books come out to wait for ALL OF THEM so I can properly binge them - a) I love doing that b) it stops me from forgetting things in the previous books...I wasn't sure I'd like how things came together - and since I read books 5 & 6 one right after the other I'm not quite sure where one started and the other ended and I'm too lazy to look [and the kindle app keeps crashing and takes literally an hour to load so...]ANYWAY.Dylan - I wouldn't mind reading more about him too. And Jerry ... well he's fun.AND HARDING (view spoiler)[NOT HARDING. (hide spoiler)]Seriously this was such an awesome ending. Just thinking about it right now is making me happy and I have a smile on my face.A-
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  • Lynn's books
    January 1, 1970
    Loving hard on this series!This storyline conclusion was so worth the wait! Gah...just finished the collection and my readers heart is all blissed out. If you stumbled upon this book and see this is the last in the series then head straight for Sin and Chocolate (book 1). Just dive in and don't look back. You won't even want to come up for air while you peruse this carefully woven plot. I can't EVEN...convey how intricately and spectacularly the whole plot wove together for the big finale. Every Loving hard on this series!This storyline conclusion was so worth the wait! Gah...just finished the collection and my readers heart is all blissed out. If you stumbled upon this book and see this is the last in the series then head straight for Sin and Chocolate (book 1). Just dive in and don't look back. You won't even want to come up for air while you peruse this carefully woven plot. I can't EVEN...convey how intricately and spectacularly the whole plot wove together for the big finale. Everything we were hoping for and longing to know is finally revealed! K.F. even includes new zingers to recover from in the closing. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE all of it!Lexi, Mordie, Daisy, Kieran and the Six rock this whole series from start to finish. Breene is able to give all her characters a unique personality that flows together from the start to finish. She never misconstrue's their originality. Sometimes writers forget their characters quality and flavor as they continue writing a series with waiting periods between books. Not so here. This superior writing style reminded me of J.K. Rowling in how she never lost touch with her characters no matter how long the gap was between books. The storyline was continuously embellished all while bringing the reader closer to the conclusion. What a conclusion it is!!! Hints and previous Easter Eggs were "hatched" while other revelations just blind side you. Though we lose a little color in this book, Breene makes sure our hearts are left whole and even patches up a previous scar. Like I said...I'm loving hard on this series! I'm hoping she continues on with stories for Mordie, Daisy and The Six. I would also love to see Dylan's demons put to rest and his happy ever after too. Now to find another series this good....?
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