Cait’s ARC Review of “Obsidian Horizon” by Heather Renee and Lela Grayce

By: Cait Marie

*I received Beta and ARC copies of this book from the authors for my honest review.*

Obsidian Horizon is the third and final book in the Blood of the Sea trilogy, so this review will contain spoilers for the first two books. You can find my review for book one here and book two here.

At the end of Pale Horizon, Lavinia and Jameson have escaped Prime once more. While sailing back to join their friends and other hunters, Lavinia is visited by the sea witch, who tells her where to go to find how to destroy Prime. This final book picks up just after this.

They return and begin training as many people as they can, knowing the final battle is coming. In this process, Lavinia is trying to come to terms with her new vampire abilities, reconciling with her adopted father she thought to be dead, and preparing to kill Prime, her biological father and original vampire.

“Don’t let the darkness steal your light.”

This conclusion is full of action, emotion, and even romance. The characters continue to grow, specifically Lavinia and Evanders. We get more history on why things are the way they are, plus an awesome sea witch with a *SPOILER* freaking kraken!! That part was pretty awesome, even if it did give me all sorts of anxiety.

Actually, I was pretty anxious throughout the whole book—the whole series. It’s a very original, creative story, and a new take on vampires. They’re pirates! It was a fun adventure that gave me all the feels. This final book closed up the series fantastically. It was well written and exciting. It answered any remaining questions I had and brought closure. I was very happy about the ending.

I really loved this book. I enjoyed reading the series as a whole, and I’m so grateful to have been able to be a beta reader throughout all three books. Both authors’ writing styles blended seamlessly and complimented one another. I will definitely be reading more by both of them. I look forward to seeing what they do next!

Obsidian Horizon is set to release March 21! Get your copy here!

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