Grace Divine made the ultimate sacrifice to cure Daniel Kalbi. She was infected with the werewolf curse while trying to save him, and lost her beloved brother in the process.
Desperate to find Jude, Grace befriends Talbot, a newcomer to town. But as the two grow closer, Grace’s relationship with Daniel is put in danger
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WOW! Talk about an emotional roller coaster.
I was a fan of The Dark Divine, but I have to say that I think The Lost Saint may have topped it. And how perfect was the title “The Lost Saint” such perfect metaphorical use. It could have easily described several characters in the novel. Genius!
Despain does a wonderful job intertwining the mythology within the aspects of religion. It’s a refreshing experience.
I must admit I was expecting the conflict between Grace and Daniel, but it didn’t exactly p
Is there some kind of rule that say the second book has to be an emotional roller coaster?
This one was filled with drama and major emotions. Grace saved Daniel. Thinking everything was okay, things all of the sudden began to change. Daniel becomes more distant leaving a wide open space for a new boy to come in. Grace is lonely and that is bad. Grace begins to lies and falls into a trap that she doesn’t see.
First off, major emotions. Poor Grace. After all that she has done, Daniel goes and treats
Although an engaging follow-up to its prequel, The Dark Divine, I have to say, I was a little bit disappointed by this book.
Perhaps my expectations were just too high for this book, but I found the plot line rather predictable compared to the awesomeness of the first one. Daniel aggravated me until the very end of the book, and despite my unwavering support in The Dark Divine, I felt his withdrawn, secretive nature was a bit too much when applied to their situation here.
Other characters too seem