Bravery conquers fear. Fate races time.
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The Deschanels are scattered across Europe, each in search of what matters most.
Finding himself closer to Ana every day, Finn must exercise patience, and follow his Quinlan training, to prevent losing her forever.
Aleksandr sees the world through a different lens, as he discovers the joy and heartbreak of first love.
Desperate for a miracle, Nicolas fears losing Mercy to her own delusions, and together they set off for Scotland in search of the unknown.
At the center of everything sits Anasofiya and Cyler, each fighting their own internal battles, each hurtling toward very different outcomes.
In this compelling seventh volume, our heroes grow ever closer to their goals as bravery conquers fear and fate races time.
My review: Fans of Sarah M. Cradit have come to expect several things from her work, but two stand out to me: plot twists and non-stop action. The Hinterland Veil is a perfect example of her ability to pull the reader directly inside the story and just as the characters do–get moved around with the natural ebb and flow of the storyline.In this installment, we see our favorites (Nic&Mercy, Ana&Finn, young Alexsai) and others weather hardships, heartbreaks, and maybe even experience a triumph (seriously, plot twist of the century). THV is a full circle in many ways. Though it lacks the in-your-face gut punch of Midnight Dynasty or Myths of Midwinter, this book is the beginning of a HEA for many of the characters we’ve rejoiced and suffered with. As always, start from the beginning with Volume 1, Illusions of Eventide, grab a blanket and a bottle of wine (or seven), settle into a comfy chair and get started. Your housework may suffer, but you’ll be so lost in the world of the Deschanels and Sullivans that you won’t care.