THE END OF DARKNESS [NOOK Book]

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Erica Evrard lives for one thing: killing. Using a mysterious power she calls Lightning, she finds her purpose in seeking out serial killers. She knows her powers will someday kill her, but it’s a price she's willing to pay. Her quarry leads her to Arizona where she encounters a dark, murderous energy. When she meets Magnus, the sexy drummer at a local bar, she’s both drawn to him … and suspicious that he may possess the same energy.

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THE END OF DARKNESS

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Overview

Erica Evrard lives for one thing: killing. Using a mysterious power she calls Lightning, she finds her purpose in seeking out serial killers. She knows her powers will someday kill her, but it’s a price she's willing to pay. Her quarry leads her to Arizona where she encounters a dark, murderous energy. When she meets Magnus, the sexy drummer at a local bar, she’s both drawn to him … and suspicious that he may possess the same energy.

Magnus McLeod indeed harbors the same Darkness, having been infected while saving a woman. He is learning to harness it—and keep it from overtaking him. He’ll need to learn fast, as he and Erica must join forces when they are captured by supernatural humans whose powers are deadlier … and whose plan threatens thousands of innocent lives.

This is the final book in the Offspring series. Though it stands on its own, it's always better to read the series from the beginning, starting with A Perfect Darkness.
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www.smashattackreads.com - Mel Thomas
The End off Darkness was everything I needed to complete the Offspring series. It was action packed, intense, passionate and included a subplot involving my favorite emotionally challenged Callorian. Yes the ending was bittersweet; it made me cry but it was a good cry.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015968767
  • Publisher: Tina Wainscott
  • Publication date: 1/13/2013
  • Series: Offspring , #7
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 156,195
  • File size: 921 KB

Meet the Author

Jaime Rush is the author of the Offspring series for Avon Books and the Hidden series by Grand Central Publishing: a series about humans with the essence of gods who walk the knife's edge between the glamour of Miami and a place filled with dark magick.

Jaime also writes romantic suspense under the name Tina Wainscott, including The Justiss Alliance series from Random House ~ Five Navy SEALs who take the fall for a covert mission gone wrong sign on to a private agency that seeks justice outside the bounds of the law.
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  • Posted March 2, 2013

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    **What an amazing ending to an amazing series. I'm sad to see it

    **What an amazing ending to an amazing series. I'm sad to see it end but what a way to go! It was action packed, emotional and intense. Loved the subplot featuring Pope. Couldn't put the book down, Jaime did it again! **

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  • Posted January 14, 2013

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    Fantastic finale to a brilliantly written and unique series. Ha

    Fantastic finale to a brilliantly written and unique series.

    Have you ever had a book in your possession that you really wanted to read but were hesitant because it's the last in a series? That's how I felt going into The End of Darkness, the seventh and final book in Jaime Rush's highly imaginative Offspring series. I knew the book would be bittersweet and because it has been a series I've been following the last few years, I just wasn't ready to say goodbye.

    The End off Darkness was everything I needed to complete the Offspring series. It was action packed, intense, passionate and included a subplot involving my favorite emotionally challenged Callorian. Yes the ending was bittersweet; it made me cry but it was a good cry. I still wasn't ready to say goodbye to a group of fictional characters I've felt so connected to but I'm so thrilled that Jaime took time out of her incredibly busy schedule to give this series the ending it deserved.

    *ARC PROVIDED BY AUTHOR FOR HONEST REVIEW*

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