Raven’s Reckoning by Charlie Nottingham

Picture shows book cover for Raven’s Reckoning by Charlie Nottingham.

This is hands-down my favourite paranormal romance series of all time – and that’s after having read the Fallen series, the Mortal Instruments / Shadowhunter series and spin-offs, the Twilight series, some of the Vampire Diaries, some of the Zodiac Academy series, and some of the Dark Fae series.

To see my review on the first book of the series, please click on Raven’s Cry by Charlie Nottingham, and for my review on the second book in the series, please click on Raven’s Song By Charlie Nottingham

I recommend that you don’t read the rest of this review until you have read the previous two books in the series.

The third book in the series didn’t get off to the best start in my opinion, since there was a sex scene that wasn’t to my taste at all. However, I wanted to persevere with the book because I’d been offered an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. And I thought that this was the last book in the series. (It turns out that it’s not, although I didn’t find this out until I got to the end of the book.

Besides, those scenes got a LOT better shortly after.

Once again I found myself very much invested in the character’s stories, and there were some major twists that I did not see coming (although in hindsight, the clues were there).

Protagonists Rain and Graham turned out to have their pasts linked to Warren in the most devastating way. Tensions run high, and there is even violence.

But Warren knows he was in the wrong and is full of regret. But more urgently, there’s a dire problem in need of fixing.

This is quite an issue to navigate however, there’s till someone out for their blood, and now the group know that they simply cannot put all of their trust in Amelia, since she has other intentions in mind that she will always put first. And there’s a big attempt by the whole party to try to put things right, but it’s not at all easy.

Towards the end of the novel, the group turn to some very important “people” for help, and I just have to read the next book to find out what happens next!

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