USA Today bestselling author Kristen Callihan brings us Forevermore, the seventh and final book in her paranormal Darkest London series. Sin Evernight is the second most powerful Judgment Angel in Victorian England. He is also a dedicated loner—until the night he chases a cloaked creature he discovers hovering over a dead body. It’s small and fast—and when he does catch it, it explodes from his grasp in a murmuration of starlings.
Layla Starling doesn’t understand what’s happening to her. Back in London after losing the voice that made her a sensation across the European Continent, she finds herself behaving in ways she doesn’t recognize. She’s stronger than she has ever been and is intensely drawn to the scent of other people’s blood. The latter she has experienced before. Now, however, it is so much more compelling, that it greatly disturbs her. But when she is reunited with her guardian, Augustus, and her best childhood friend, Sin Evermore, they allow her to see them in their non-earthly forms and pledge to keep her safe and help her learn to control her emerging powers.
Many of the new things in her life seem determined to turn it topsy-turvy. The one constant she is not confused about is her desire to get a good deal closer to Sin. Ignoring every roadblock he throws in her path, she sets out to do precisely that.
This was my first Kristen Callihan book, but it will not be my last. Sin is a marvelously drawn, wounded warrior, and Callihan’s plot brims with richness and depth.