January 13, 2012
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By Alexandria Ceballos
After months of waiting, it’s finally here. On January 3, Bloodrose, the final book in the bestselling Nightshade trilogy by Andrea Creamer was released.
This time Calla Tor is in for the fight of her life and must face many hardships. Her brother is branded a traitor, and she must save her ex-fiancé Ren from the witches, known as Keepers, even if it means facing her boyfriend’s anger. It’s a race against time for Calla and the remaining members of her werewolf pack.
With the help of the Searchers, they must find the remaining pieces of the Elemental Cross in order to get rid of the Keepers’ evil magic once and for all.
As the final book in the series, Bloodrose marks the end of a war that has been going on for centuries. Some will live, some will die , and finally, Calla will choose her mate. The rivalry between alpha Ren and human Shay at last comes to an end.
Like the first two books, Bloodrose kept me reading, and seeing how much Calla has changed from the first book was a delight. She has gone from being a loyal servant oppressed by the cruelty of the Keepers, to being an independent young woman who follows her heart. Filled with fierce battles and more secrets, Bloodrose keeps its readers turning the pages.
Rift, a prequel to the trilogy is coming out in August of this year.
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