Saturday, December 13, 2014

Early Review: A Secret to Die For by Sierra Dean

A Secret To Die For
Author: Sierra Dean
Release Date: December 16, 2014
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
ISBN13:  9781619214477
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Review Copy Source: Author
No one is safe.

Secret McQueen thought she’d seen it all, but that was before she, Desmond and Holden came home to find New York City burning and the streets overwhelmed with the walking dead. Now, in a race against time, she must find out who is responsible for unleashing hell on Earth.

For that, she’s going to need a whole new team of vampire wardens to help round up the perpetrators, who turn out to be a gang that makes Sons of Anarchy look like toddlers on tricycles.

Her quest across the city brings old friends and enemies out of the woodwork and reminds Secret once and for all why mercy and forgiveness are not always prudent. Lives will be lost, sacrifices will be made, and when the dust settles, nothing will ever be the same again.

With no time to mourn her losses, the only question remaining is if Secret can survive long enough to stop the apocalypse…or if this is the one challenge that will finally drown her in rivers of undead blood.

Warning: The final book in the Secret McQueen series has it all: hot kisses, unexpected guests, and enough tear-jerking moments to require a whole box of tissues. You’ve been warned.

The final installment of the Secret McQueen series gave us closure with plenty of action, romance, tears and healing to get us to the finish line.

Secret has grown and changed a lot since we first met her in SOMETHING SECRET THIS WAY COMES. We have watched her fight and we have watched her love. We have seen her at her worst and at her best. We have witnessed her struggle and we finally get to see her complete her journey and heal. If you have read COLD DARK SECRET you know which man Secret has chosen. They still needed that final closure I think and we get that in book 8. We also watch her get closer to the man she chose to spend the rest of her life with and we watched her find closure with Lucas as well.

Although not all might agree with how everything ended, I think Secret truly DESERVED the ending she gets and the other characters deserved what ending they got. Sierra Dean truly ended the series on a believable note with all the little questions answered and characters where they belong. I am sad to see it go, but it went well.

I gave it 5/5 stars

* This book was provided free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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