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I thought perhaps my assumption was wrong, because it felt too obvious, but nope The things [Jude] said couldn’t be anything but lies. Just how far should grace and forgiveness go, when there’s family at stake and blood on someone’s hands?

There was so much going on, and a lot of factors contributing to the plot that made it really enticing, but I can’t give them away without spoiling it, despqin I won’t!

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I think I was too exited. Throughout this novel I debated whether to give it 2 stars or 3. Everything bref covered and it ended well wrapped up. The role Grace’s parents played was pretty solid, and I could definitely see them as real people. Or conflict between Grace, Jude and Daniel – who clearly has not let the past go and have a lot of issues to tackle?

All sulky and sullen and cark my life’s over and no one else could possibly understand and blah blah blah! While Shiver moves the story through a solemn, almost hushed internalization, The Dark Divine packs in a fair amount of action and suspense.


His name is select a name no one has given a child in the last years.

Daniel comes back after three years of being gone. This is especially sad in Mooney’s case as he was one of the more interesting characters and I was so hopeful his story would be more deeply explored. Reviewed by Jordan B.

The Dark Divine (Dark Divine, book 1) by Bree Despain

He was just a conceited jerface and I sure as hell didn’t buy into his or Grace being “artistic” and having a deep passion for “art”. I am totally and absolutely awestruck by this apparent reveal which breee just ignored all of this time for complete plot fodder and wankery!

Yes, there are religious elements in this story, but I suppose I missed the memo that decided that was a bad thing. The second half of the book kind of fell apart until the climax. Not once in the book did he do anything remotely redeeming.

I know this cannot be just me, but did every single scene have to come under some stupid and asinine subheading? Okay, I know it’s dorky to add my own book to my to-read list, but I was giddy about it being listed on GoodReads and I couldn’t resist! I enjoyed his character a lot. It’s solidly constructed and has a legitimate and interesting history behind it.

Picked this one up, and didn’t put it down until I was finished. But I am a little behind the times by just reading this story now.

The contrast their original nature as Heaven’s Hounds, to their later downfall, Hounds of death. Of course, you asked this question 4 years ago, so I’m assuming you’ve decided by now. I despise “perfect” characters that don’t have flaws and never make mistakes and just seem too good to be true. This book is written so well it all flows amazingly well and keeps you guessing what will happen next.


It makes sense why they kept it a secret, and why Daniel disappeared. Despite promising Jude she’ll stay away, Grace cannot deny her attraction to Daniel’s shocking artistic abilities, his way of getting her to look at the world from new angles, and the strange, hungry glint in his eyes.

I particularly enjoyed the tree climbing and finding baby James the best. And the plot was actually pretty interesting, and makes me a divije intrigued for the next book. Suddenly, Daniel pulls a fast Heel Face Turn and I don’t even notice nor care – because at that point, I was just grateful for anything to happen in the ‘dark and deep abyss of nothingness’ that this book is drowning in.

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See all reviews. Even though I dzrk liked the romance part, I didn’t feel so much the supernatural. It’s annoying– girl, make up your mind!

Apr 14, Annalisa rated it liked it Recommends it for: She did a wonderful job making the love story yummy. In a moment of karmic perfection, Bree received the offer to purchase The Dark Divine on the 6th anniversary of the car accident that put her back on the path to becoming an author.