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What would you do to return to the only one you have ever loved?
Vampire James Wentworth's secret is no longer a secret, and now he and his beloved wife, Sarah, have been separated. While suffering his own internment, James is reminded of his time with Japanese-Americans in the Manzanar Relocation Camp during World War II, and he cannot allow the past to repeat itself.
With the help of his friends Chandresh, Jocelyn, Timothy, even the irreverent Geoffrey, James learns what it means to return, and he is determined to return to his Sarah no matter the challenges or the consequences. In the end, it may be up to Olivia, the most powerful of witches, to grant James's most fervent wish. Will James and Sarah be reunited once and for all despite the madness surrounding them?
This is the last installment in the trilogy and in my opinion the best. It is different in style and pacing, and stands apart from the first two books in the series.
Is it perfect, not at all; but it is a bearable vehicle for the story. It ties all of the loos ends together, finish up story spinets and gives a good The End to the readers.
I enjoyed the historical detour in this book a lot, and the letter forms added to the story a new dimension of "magical realism". The aggressive bigotry showcased in the "human" characters in this story written up in a way that helps the story go forward and it is not too all anointing as it might be expected.
This series was a true surprise. In the beginning I was venomously opposed the vampire story-line, it was so "twilight-like" but it is written so differently and with so much passion that the negative expectations dissipate by the end of the first book in the series.
So, if you want to try this series out, expect a lot of history, a good in all romance and some magic through together to give you a nice story to read through.