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Devilishly filled with demons, love and heartbreak,
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This review is from: The Demon Trappers: Forgiven (Paperback)
We begin exactly as we left off from book 2, in the shocking sight of Riley's father, the great and respected Paul Blackthorne standing before Riley. The shock for both us and her has not worn off and we feel brave Riley's resolve turn to emotion as she is once again in the arms of her reanimated father. His presence with necromancer Mort providing a safe haven for him for the moment but his mere presence proving that the battle with The Prince of Darkness: Lucifer and co. Is anything but over.
Once again we easily slip into the world of Riley, demon trapping and fallen angels. With Ori now set in stone he off Riley's back for the moment but the consequences of their night together run deep with both the guild and our favourite trapper; Beck. Not to mention that the rumors of her father working for hell as well as her presence at every huge disaster is making her a target for trouble with both the demon hunters, the guild and the Vatican.
While dealing with proving her innocence in it all, her favours to both Heaven and Hell are both revealed in the form of markings on her arms, with it uncovering a destiny of those favours which see a show down of epic proportions with demons which don't die on hallowed ground or with holy water, fallen angels and heaven and hell. There is a lot going on and its clear we are just scratching the surface of the bigger picture to still to come.
And meanwhile, in amongst all the carnage and demon slaying, father saving and magic working, we see the chemistry unfold between brave and beautiful Riley and gallant hero Beck. The two finally showing that their love hate relationtionship runs more to the side of love in a number of fragmented moments in between all the action. Growing closer and closer, it clear that they want to be with each other just as much as we want them to but in the world of demon trapping things are never that easy...
And we are left on tenterhooks, eagerly awaiting book 4 - Foretold which is out August 2012, I don't know about you but I am counting down the days!