Grimnirs (Runes #7) by Ednah Walters
The conclusion of an epic love story between an extraordinary girl and a soul reaper.
Cora Jemison has come a long way from her stint in a psych ward and her fear of the dead. A confident Medium, she allows souls to possess her to help them find closure. When she decides to tell her parents the truth, that she still sees the dead and that her fiancé is a soul reaper, the Jemisons reveal secrets of their own.
Her world starts to crumble, the ripple effect threatening to destroy the one thing she can always count on. Her relationship with Echo. Cora must sort through the lies to learn the truth about who and what she is. Only then can she embrace her destiny and claim her soul mate, Echo.
This book was a pretty good conclusion to Echo’s and Cora’s love story. However, I was disappointed in many ways.
The ending was very abrubt. There were a lot of great plot twists, but it was just like listed and then nothing was dealt with. I was expecting a finale or something great.
The romance between Cora and Echo was less prevalent in this book. I wish there were moments of them together. This book did not have much. The fact that Cora is a Goddess did not very well match the story. It was just like all of a sudden.
Although there were many disappointments in this book there were some good things:
Echo was a swoony as ever. He was really protective and there was more character growth in him. And, I get to find out what happens to Eirik (I have not read his trilogy yet).
Because there is good writing and there were some highlights, this book will receive four hesitant stars.