Steel's Edge

Steel's Edge (The Edge, #4)Steel's Edge by Ilona Andrews
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the final (for now) book in the Edge series. And in my opinion, it was one of the best!

This book is Richard Mar and Charlotte de Ney al-te Ran's book. Richard is an assassin and a slave-hunter that the slaves call The Hunter, since he hunts them down and kills them in mass numbers. Charlotte was known as The Healer in the circles of the college she trained at, and in the blueblood circles of the Weird.

But when Charlotte's husband abandons her after finding out she's infertile, she uses her magic to harm instead of heal, and chooses to flee into the Edge, where Richard collapses at her doorstep. But after healing him, slavers show up in her life, and her new life in the Edge literally goes up in flames. Charlotte decides to go with Richard to help rid the world of slavers, and hopefully end the evil of the slave trade in the Weird.

But Charlotte is fighting a losing battle with her magic. If she uses it for harm again, she has a chance to become a plague-bringer, someone that will have to be killed. Will her love for Richard allow her to overcome the seduction of the magic?

Richard and Charlotte were so sweet together. They tip-toed around the idea of love for a good while, but when they fell, they fell hard.

I was not expecting the way they ended the book, and I'm sad that it's the end of the series, as they could've really continued it with several characters, such as Sophie, and the Camarine boys, Jack and George. I'm hoping in the future they continue the series, but for now, this is a good ending book. If you're a fan of the series, be sure to pick it up, and if you're not, pick it up anyways, since it's a great series, and you're really missing out!

Lady D


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