Some loves will last ’til your dying breath
Every choice has consequences—but seventeen-year-old Layla faces tougher choices than most. Light or darkness. Wickedly sexy demon prince Roth, or Zayne, the gorgeous, protective Warden she never thought could be hers. Hardest of all, Layla has to decide which side of herself to trust.
Layla has a new problem, too. A Lilin—the deadliest of demons—has been unleashed, wreaking havoc on those around her…including her best friend. To keep Sam from a fate much, much worse than death, Layla must strike a deal with the enemy while saving her city—and her race—from destruction.
Torn between two worlds and two different boys, Layla has no certainties, least of all survival, especially when an old bargain comes back to haunt them all. But sometimes, when secrets are everywhere and the truth seems unknowable, you have to listen to your heart, pick a side—and then fight like hell…
“You make me wish I had a soul so I could be worthy of you.”
MAJOR SPOILERS THROUGHOUT:
I really liked this book. It was fast paced and the plot flowed well. I was happy with the ending and I would say that this was a worthy end to the trilogy. I do wish that some things had went differently. While I was overjoyed that Layla ended up with Roth, I do wish that Layla’s choice would have been a little more dragged out. She chose between the boys within the first few chapters and would have liked to wait a little more.
I was shocked when Bambi and Robin turned into humans. I never saw that coming and I really loved getting to see Bambi talk. I would have liked to get to see the triplet kittens as humans. I was also surprised at how upset I was when the witch coven came to claim what was promised to them. I never saw that coming. I was so sad and I definitely cried over the loss of Bambi.
I do wish that there was more books in this world because it is interesting and I would really like to know what happens with Zayne, Bambi, Stacey, and the triplet kittens. Overall, I did really enjoy this trilogy and I hope to get more of it in the future.