I finished reading this one late Saturday evening. This one one of those times that I decided to stay up and finish the book because I had to find out what happens. Plus, I was so close to the end that I couldn’t see not going ahead and finished it.
This is the 5th book in Tracy Wolff’s “Crave” series. This book explains what happens to Grace during those missing four months of her life that existed between the events of “Crave” and “Crush” (the first and second books in the series). I don’t want to go into too many details because I don’t want to ruin anything for anyone who has in the middle of reading this series or anyone that plans on reading this series but I really did like this book. Like I mentioned, we get to find out what happens to Grace during those 4 months that she was trapped, which I’m sure a lot of people where wondering what was going on during that time. But at the end of the book (specifically the last chapter), we see Grace fast forward to what is going on at the end of “Court” (the 4th book in the series), so I’m all caught up now and prepared to read the 6th book in the series “Cherish” when it comes out in May 30, 2023. Basically, the scene is just where Grace suddenly remembers all the events of those missing 4 months and she tells Hudson about it (Grace hasn’t been able to remember those missing 4 months until now). There’s another part in that scene but I won’t tell you about it because it kind of connects to a scene in middle of the book.
Synopsis: Finally find out what happened during those missing four months, as the thrilling adventure continues!
He’s under my skin…
After Katmere, I shouldn’t be surprised by anything. Including the existence of a world beyond my world called the Shadow Realm. Yet here I am, stuck in a strange, dangerous place with the worst of the supernaturals, the monster that other monsters fear: Hudson Vega. He might be Jaxon’s brother and ridiculously hot, but he’s a complete bona fide pain in my ass.
The question is whether we’ll find a way out before I kill him…or run out of time.
She’s stealing my heart…
It’s a truth universally known—at least according to Grace—that everything is my fault. But I have a nasty suspicion that Grace isn’t as human as she thinks, and she’s the one keeping us trapped. Now we’ll have to work together not only to survive, but to save all those we’ve come to call family who live here.
Because there’s something connecting us. Something stronger than fear…and way more bloody dangerous.