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Review: The Charmed Fates (The Charmed Trilogy #3) by Christine Wenrick

The Charmed FatesTitle: The Charmed Fates
Author: Christine Wenrick
Series: The Charmed Trilogy #3
Publisher: Red Tree House Publishing
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9780988206946
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Release date: March 1st, 2013
Number of pages: 295

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Over a year has passed since Olivia Ann Greyson discovered that she is a Charmer, a Dhampir fated to be part of the violent supernatural world that surrounds our human one. In that time, she has strengthened herself physically, learned of her family’s secret past, and found a deep and abiding love with the strongest man she has ever met, Daywalker Caleb Wolfe. But Olivia’s biggest challenge still lies ahead of her . . .

Dark vampire lord Luther Davin has been obsessed with capturing Olivia so he can use her special gifts for his own reasons. As Caleb and Olivia try to make a new life together with their coven, the Nightwalker’s attempts to capture her only intensify and inadvertently bring an unwelcome visitor from Caleb’s past barging back into his life.

She is Caelestis—Celeste to the modern world—and she claims to be Caleb’s first and rightful mate. Although Olivia has grown confident and secure in her relationship with Caleb, she soon realizes that Celeste sees herself as no less than a goddess among mere mortals and will stop at nothing to get Caleb back—which means Olivia herself must die!

When these two threats collide and fate steps in to pull Olivia away from her new family, will she be ready for her darkest hour and her greatest battle?

My Thoughts:

Ok. So can I say something real quick? AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!! Alright, I feel better. Lol. I had been waiting for this book for months now and I am so glad I wasn’t disappointed with what I read.

This third book in The Charmed Trilogy is back with our favorite characters Olivia and Caleb. Their love for each other is still going strong and quite frankly, makes me a little jealous. I wish my husband showed me that much attention! Lol. I’m getting off track. Everything is going well except for the bain of their existence…Luther Davin; the vampire that wants Olivia for her Charmer abilities and use them for his evil doing. Caleb can’t live peacefully until Davin is killed. Olivia of course wants Caleb out of harm’s way but after a series of dramatic events, Olivia finds herself in some hot water.

I know that was a short little run down of the book but I honestly do not want to give anything away. Of the three books, this is hands down the best in the trilogy. Everything came to a head and had me reading at the speed of light to find out what happens next. And Christine decides to throw in some curve balls that made me say out loud and scare my cat off my lap when I yelled WHAT?!?! I love when authors can do that and you don’t even know it was coming. That takes some good writing skills.

I’d say if you haven’t heard of this series, you need to get acquainted ASAP. And I will say that at first I was a touch skeptical because it’s written in first person (through Olivia) but Christine is an excellent writer and was written wonderfully. I like happy surprises. And another surprise I am looking forward to, she is continuing with some of the same characters in a different series!!!!!! I can’t wait to dive into the first book soon.

Rating:

*Please bear with me for my laptop crashed and dummy me didn’t back up my rating scale html (head=desk=thud)*

5 Stars and 3 Flames!
Lots of action that keeps you on your toes and reading late into the night to see what happens next!



2 comments

  1. Oooo Crystal I hadn't heard of this series before but it sounds fantastic. And dang what an excellent cover. It pulled me in right away and had me wanting to find out more.

    Glad you enjoyed the 3rd book so much!

    ~Anna

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  2. This is definitely worth the read. And all the covers are great!

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