*REVIEW: Ever After - Kim Harrison*

Ever After (The Hollows, #11)Ever After
~Kim Harrison~
Series: The Hollows/ Rachel Morgan #11
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Published: January 22nd 2013 by Harper Voyager
Average Rating: 4.49

The ever-after, the demonic realm that parallels our own, is shrinking, and if it disappears, so does all magic. It's up to witch-turned-daywalking-demon Rachel Morgan to fix the ever-after before the fragile balance between magic users and humans falls apart.

Of course, there's also the small fact that Rachel is the one who caused the ley line to rip in the first place, and her life is forfeit unless she can fix it. Not to mention the most powerful demon in the ever-after—the soul-eater Ku'Sox Sha-Ku'ru—has vowed to destroy her, and has kidnapped her friend and her goddaughter as leverage. If Rachel doesn't give herself up, they will die.

Forced by circumstance, Rachel teams up with elven tycoon Trent Kalamack—a partnership fraught with dangers of the heart as well as betrayal of the soul—to return to the ever-after and rescue those she loves. One world teeters on the brink of interspecies war, the other on the brink of its very demise—and it's up to Rachel to keep them both from being destroyed.

~My Review~
This was by far the best book out of the series to date. Sure I have loved most of the books in this series once I got past the first couple, but this one tops it all out. This book, you get to know Trent just a little more which is always interesting, because I've always liked and have been interested in him. Then, you see some backgrounds to Demons and Elves. Ugh Ellasbeth is back, and she just makes me wanna "smack a bitch". Ivy well she's basically background music now, which is fine by me, I like Rachel and Jenks much better. And I just wish they would kill Nick I MEAN SERIOUSLY!!!! I can't wait for the next book, I know it's coming close to the end of the series, and I gotta say actually whine: "I don't want it toooooo!"

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