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I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. All opinions are honest and my own.Trey Series: Eden East,
by Sacha Black
Genres: Dystopian, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Young Adult
Eden’s soul mate is dead…
…Her nemesis is winning.
Battling demons, addiction and grief, Eden is in a downward spiral with no way out. Tensions are rising. Her prophecy is in ruins, and her world is on the precipice of war.
Eden needs help…
…But help comes with a catch.
It also comes with a rather handsome bodyguard.
Accept help. Don’t fall in love. Destroy her enemy.
Trey is dead…
And yet, his wounds heal and the demons can smell “life” on him. But “life” in the underworld doesn’t last long.
Does this mean he can get home to Eden?
The Last Fallon thinks so. She offers him a deal he can’t refuse…
But a deal comes with a catch…
…it also comes with an ex.
Accept the deal. Don’t fall in love. Get home to Eden.
You’ll come for the heartache, but stay for true love because love is stronger than fate…
Get it now.
This is the epic conclusion to the Eden East YA fantasy series. If you like soul mates, second chances, redemption, and fate, you’ll love the thrilling conclusion to Sacha Black’s Eden East novels.
Published by Atlas Black Publishing on April 28, 2022
Source: The Author
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Also in this series: Keepers, Victor, Sirens
Also by this author: Keepers, Victor, Sirens
The final book in the Eden East trilogy has been a long time coming. I’m glad to have received an ARC from the author. I’m also happy I was able to re-read Keepers and Victor to help dive back into the world of Trutinor. However, I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I did the other two.
The world is still great. It’s well done and explained easily, especially if you’ve read the first two books. What I had the most trouble with for this book were the characters.
Trey is over 450 pages long, considerably longer than the first two books. For about the first 65% or so of the book, Eden is grieving and self-destruction. Don’t get me wrong – this was done well, and I understood why she was like that. But it lasted far too long for me and got old quickly.
Meanwhile, this book was written differently than the other two. The chapters alternate between Eden’s POV and another character’s POV. I won’t say much else due to spoilers, but I was much more interested in the other POV than Eden’s. She was beginning to get on my nerves.
The character development just didn’t do it for me this time around. However, I enjoyed everything else about the book. The ending was satisfying and an excellent wrap-up to a great trilogy.
Rating: 4/5 Coffee Cups
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