Trinity Marrow has lost the battle and her beloved Protector. Even with both demons and Wardens on her side, Trin may not win the war against the Harbinger.
Bringing Lucifer back to the world to fight the Harbinger is probably a really, really bad idea, but they’re out of options—and the world’s ultimate fallen angel is the only being powerful enough to impact the outcome.
As Trin and Zayne form a new and more dangerous bond and Lucifer unleashes Hell on earth, the apocalypse looms and the world teeters on the end of forever. Win or lose, one thing is certain—nothing will ever be the same
Grace and Glory is the third and final book in the Harbinger trilogy. If you haven’t read the first two books, you probably shouldn’t read this review. I’m going to do my best not to share any big spoilers, but as it’s the series finale, it’ll be hard not to mention things from the previous books.
The way that book two ended completely destroyed me. It was unexpected and a huge cliff hanger. So, I was more than eager to get started on book three. Things certainly did not go the way I expected once the story started. I actually kind of liked that things weren’t immediately back to normal with Zayne and Trinity. It was painful, but that pain served a purpose. There were legitimate and logical reasons why things were going the way they went in this book. I liked that the plot seemed to come full circle and all of little bits, pieces, and strings connected. I think Armentrout did an amazing job pulling the plot together by the end of this book. I also love that she always leaves her series mildly open ended so that she has the possibility to revisit them in the future if she chose to do so.
So, I loved this series. But damn this third book was painful. Zayne and Trinity are not all happy and in love like I want them to be. But that’s not really the focus, which I liked. The romance is definitely a big part of the story, but the actual plot isn’t overshadowed by the romance. I loved how action packed this story was. There was fighting and demons and angels and all the good stuff I love.
Overall, this is not a super great review, but I waited too long after finishing the book to write this. So, I love this series. I love this author. I highly recommend this book even if I haven’t shared any specifics or anything. That is all, thank you and goodbye.
Keep on reading lovelies, Amanda.