Forever Husband (Anniversary of the Veil, Book 3)

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Kae only wants to be left alone to live or die in peace, Issa makes plans she can't realize, while Alet and Ardnan are drowning in guilt over their past mistakes. Yet someone must rise to wake them all, rouse them and let the past truly become the past. Only, can any of them still pick up the pieces of their old lives? More

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Vanna Smythe is the author of the Anniversary of the Veil fantasy trilogy. She has been writing creatively since her early teens, though one could say her creative writing efforts started long before that. While still in kindergarten, she once tore up a library book to make alphabet soup, and has been fascinated with what words can do, the pictures and worlds they can create, ever since.

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Review by: Bob Craton on Oct. 15, 2013 :
I've raved about the first two volumes of the series and I'm happy to say that the final volume is just as outstanding. We learn more about the realm of the Highers where Rhyssa was linked with Kraytan, her Forever Husband. When they move to the Lower world, they are mortal humans named Issa and Kae -- and they have no memory of their existence as Highers. You'll have to read the first two volumes to get the whole story, but at the end of part 2, Issa returns to the Higher world and become Rhyssa again. Her mindless body remains alive below and the heart-broken Kae loves her as much as always. Rhyssa longs for Kraytan to return to her -- but that can't happen until Kae dies in the Lower world. I can't adequately describe the situation in a paragraph but after reading the book it will all be clear to you.

I don't give spoilers, but even if I did, I could never give justice to this marvelous complex plot. As before, the characters are exceptionally well drawn and once again I found myself reacting to characters as if they were real people I know and care about. The ending is not what you expect but it fascinated me. It's powerful, bittersweet and emotional.

As I presume is obviously, I recommend this series highly. Read it and you won't forget it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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