New Adult, Fantasy, Romance, Mythology
Cami and Drake’s honeymoon is cut short as they escape attacks by the Council Enforcers and head to South Africa for the meeting of the Centaur Council, which has ordered a death sentence on Cami and all members of the Lost Herd. The Council Chairman is her grandmother, her most dangerous foe. Surrounded by family and friends, Drake and Cami face the Council, Cami’s power-hungry uncles, an ambitious twin, taking the battle all the way to Zeus to attempt to win the freedom of the Tak herd.
5 out of 5 (exceptional)
Centaur Redemption is the fourth and final book in the Touched series. I read the other three a while ago, but finally got my butt into gear and bought this one to finish off the series. Within the first few pages, I was completely back in the story, with Cami, Drake, Daniel, Beau, and the rest of the Lost Herd. The action is non-stop, with Cami once again showing that even though others may doubt her (almost as much as she doubts herself), she does actually know what she is doing. Cami is not infallible though, and does have a breakdown in one part of the book which I completely understood. However, she pulls herself up and carries on, and does it in spectacular style! Cami shows that there is strength in forgiveness, in moving forwards with the greater good in mind. Not everything has to be angst-ridden!
There is a lot that happens in this book as it draws towards the climax. And you're not safe from crying either! I was trying to do my nails and thought I could read at the same time. Unfortunately for me, it was during an extremely emotional part of the book (for me, at least), and I ended up with ruined nails, a sopping tissue, and red eyes after I'd finished blubbing. Absolutely worth every moment though!
As with the others, this is extremely well-written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow. I am hoping for more from Cami and Drake, but am also content with how their story has ended so far. Absolutely and definitely recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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Nancy was born in Sioux City Iowa, left the cold of the Midwest in 1991 and only returns to see family in the summer time. She spent ten years traveling the world as a US Marine and settled in rural SC with her husband and two children. She has written ten novels (3 x Paranormal Romance, 4 x Mythological Romance and 3 x Suspenseful Romance). Nancy enjoys reading all types of Paranormal and Young Adult literature.