I wasn't a huge fan of the changes in POV. Some of the characters were annoying, and I didn't need to hear what they were thinking.
It was honest, fast-paced, and great for believers of the Christian faith. (And a tad annoying to the rest of us.)
There was a little romance, and I loved that it was kept clean and sweet.
Nikki grew and began to stand up for herself, which was something that was missing from the first books.
There was a background character, Zero, I felt could and should have been utilized more.
This is definitely the best book in the series. If you haven't started the series I'd have to recommend that you skip the first two or just skip the whole series. The first two were pretty bad, and the this one just wasn't blow-my-mind enough to recommend to y'all.
There are many people who LOVED this book. I don't regret reading it, if that helps.
Sometimes the Truth Comes with a Price
Nikki knew Damon Vessler would not let his prized creation go easily---she simply never imagined the lengths he'd go to get her back into his clutches, and turn Nikki's heart toward darkness.
A Seeker at her heels, trained on her blood, Nikki flees with Raven alongside her for protection, while Mace and the other Halflings fight the battle that has erupted on earth. But even as the two boys she loves fight for her, she knows the battle will be hers to win. Determined to uncover the secrets of her past, and exactly how she fits into Vessler's twisted plans, Nikki sets off on her own, and soon discovers facing hellacious beasts is nothing compared to the decision she will need to make. One that could change not only the war, and her relationship with Mace and Raven, but her future with the Throne.