Defeated but not vanquished, the foes of light have retreated. But victory came at a terrible cost to Elora Walker, with her friends lost and scattered. Eleven months later and just seventeen, she commands her own Vanguard quad but struggles with a past that won’t release her and a future she hesitates to embrace.
The barriers between worlds continues to weaken, Dark Seekers are emboldened, and David still plans to engulf humanity in eternal night. Elora means to end the threat once and for all but dreads the personal consequences. Will saving the world demand the ultimate sacrifice? And who must pay it?
I highly recommend this series to you as your next choice for reading!
This is book 3 in the Vanguard Legacy Series, and we see Elora attempting to picking up the pieces from her battle against the Darkness with her sister. She has lost so so much!!! I wont get into details if you haven’t read the first two books. But let me say this, I cried through the last two chapters of Book 2!Amazon
Fated or doomed?
Since my emotions were on high with this story, I would have to give it five stars. This novel is very intriguing and creative. The narrative was a perfect pace and it was very easy to read and sympathize with all characters reintroduced.Amazon
. . . Oh man. Let me say that this is an excellent story with great action, a heart wrenching drama, some serious betrayals, and a wonderful set of characters.Amazon
Joanne Kershaw lives in Wakefield, England, with her husband, four young children, and an uppity cat named Dipstick. As a teacher of five- to eleven-year-olds, she spends her days playing at being a grownup, then goes home to delve into Young Adult dark romance and being sixteen again.
Joanne lives and breathes books, whether reading, writing, or marking them. She wrote her first novel in six weeks. Encouraged to submit her work by a friend and fellow YA novel addict, Joanne now finds herself a signed author at Xchyler Publishing.