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Sin & Surrender (Demigods of San Francisco) Paperback – June 9, 2020
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- ASIN : B08841F448
- Publisher : Independently published (June 9, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 404 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8642549247
- Item Weight : 1.08 pounds
- Dimensions : 5 x 1.01 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,027,974 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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No offense, but, I didn’t much care for Daisy’s POV at the end. I wanted to get one last peek into Lexi or Keiran before saying goodbye to them; I wanted to see how their life shaped up after they went back home. I suspect we’ll receive updates once the next book series for this universe is released...but it won’t be the same. It won’t be told from Lexi or Keiran’s perspective.
The epilogue puts a finishing touch on the story and it’s so critically important because it can influence readers’ overall thoughts regarding the book. The epilogue for this last book left me feeling unsatisfied and frankly, I’m disappointed. I deeply enjoyed this series (it’s rare for extended series to not drop in quality) overall. However, the lack of a sufficient epilogue, which left me unsatisfied and slightly compressed my feelings on this last book, prevents me from giving it a full 5 stars. (I admit to feeling a little bitter.)
I hope Breene releases an extended epilogue.
Lexi, Kieran, and the crew remained 100% true to character throughout the series. They have loads of love, laughter, and loyalty that never waivers. I still can’t get over the way Ms. Breene can make me laugh and cry in the same sentence, she is a true master of her art. I can’t get into the details without spoilers and I truly don’t want to ruin this ending for anyone as it’s that perfect. But I can say you will NOT be dissatisfied with this book, this ending, or this series.
I HIGHLY recommend reading The Demigod Of San Francisco Series.
This is the finale to a great series. I gave it 5 stars because of all the love I have for the characters and the series itself. Did Kieran take a backseat in this one? Maybe a little bit. It's his face on the covers so one would assume he would shine a little bit more. However it is clear the progression of the series shifts so that Lexi is the real draw...but we would have loved to seen Kieran do more than just walk out of a meeting to show his family is first.
K. F. Breene created a world that reflects the challenges of good and evil in all of us. Kieran and Lexi have an eclectic group of supporting cast members that make you want to dive into their back stories more. Surely, this is a possibility? Daisy has great promise but is she isn't the only one.
Loved this, sad to see it end, and hope the author reconsiders closing the door here.
Sin and Surrender, the final book in the Demigods of San Francisco series, opens with Lexi, Kieran and the team preparing to walk into the Magical Summit off of a near thumping at the hands of Demigod Lydia. And no one is feeling as confident as they'd like, regardless of the front they're putting up.
Everyone has their burden to bear. Kieran struggles with voices from the past, or are they an attack in disguise? The kids have their own issues, as does the team. Lexi is a next level problem between the questions of her marking, her magic and just who has the right to claim her. The summit is off the charts with Machiavellian intrigue and political maneuvering, Demigod team battles, tea with the ladies (Breene goes there), and dinner with Daddy (she goes there too ).
In this finale, Lexi and Kieran find out not everyone is who they seem to be. Hell, not everyone is even who they say they are. In the end, loyalties are tested. Decisions are made about who people are at their core, who they truly are, deep down where it matters.
When chaos reigns and the test is life and death, we find that family is most important. Loyalty is its own reward. And goodness, the choice to always turn toward good, is what the world needs.
This is my favorite KF Breene series. To say I'm sorry it's ending doesn't begin to express my sadness. There is definitely more I wanted to see from Lexi, Kieran and the gang. I'm sorry we didn't get that look into the future in the end. It brings to mind that old adage, 'always leave them wanting more'. That's exactly what Breene has done.
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Sin & Surrender: Demigods of San Francisco #6
This book is pure pleasure, it should be a sin to read!😉😍
Alexis & Kieran, along with her Ward's & their Crew, are all preparing to finally attend the Magical Summit. It is here, they know from others previous experience, that it will be determined if his place as the official Demigod of San Francisco will stand or if he'll need to consolidate his place in other ways!😲 They also know that his unsanctioned mark on Alexis will be called into question.
1. Because it's against the rules to mark others without the Rulers consent.😒
2. Because Lexi's power is so feared & sought after.😡
It will be an actual & figurative fight for both Kieran as well as Lexi, her Ward's & the rest of the Crew.💥 He cannot step in to aid them in any fights as he will be facing political manoeuvring & intrigue, in meetings, and also won't immediately know who is friend or foe, well except for the obvious!!🙈😡 Plus it's excepted that all the Demigod's teams will fight to try & gain status & up their overall social standing.🙈😳 Daisy & Mordecai are both going to attend. As a 'non magical human' Daisy attending is unheard of & is expected to reflect poorly on him, as a shifter that was abandoned as a child, Mordecai will be viewed as lesser too, they'll both be at risk regardless of being underage and therefore theoretically exempt from being targeted & challenged!😳😟
This is such a wonderfully fleshed out, well rounded & beautifully balanced story.🙏 It has absolutely everything any fan of this series could hope for and even more.😍 I was completely blown away by the twists & turns, shocks & surprises. It's snarky, I snorted so many times at all of the one liners.😂 But I also laughed out loud, then nearly swallowed my tongue in fear & pee'd my pants in excitement!😟🎉 It's an emotive juggernaut from start to finish but the pace builds so sneakily, along with your pulse, that you barely realise it's about to explode until it's upon you!!😲💥
This book is, quite frankly, an epic finale to this series. It also lays the foundation for the start of Daisy's book/s!💖🎉 I can't think of anything I'd want in this book that wasn't included, concluded or explained - I'm truly in awe!🙏🌟
Debbie, 1970, UK
Lexie, Kieron, Daisy, Mordecai, the Six+2, Bria, Harding.. hell even the cats. I am so invested in every character and their journey. I feel like it's been one of growth, self discovery and hope. They are a family. A dysfunctional one but a family none the less and that is felt through the pages. Through their interactions, the banter and bickering. The love. It's there and I loved it.
As far as world building goes this author has surpassed any and all expectations. This world in all it's weird and wonderful with it's many cracks and crevices is truly spectacular. I felt like I could imagine everything crystal clear and see what she was telling us through words. It really is the gift that keeps given.
Lexie and Kierons journey was not easy, not even a little. With every book came more development and depth to these characters and more excitement, unpredictability and heartbreak. I was never bored, I was never unhappy with anything and I never felt like I didn't want to read one because these characters and their story kept me locked in completely consumed in their world.
This book was the icing on a huge cake with a shinny bow on top. Every little question was answered, ever character had their moment and no stone was left unturned. As far as stories go.. it was seamless. I laughed and then laughed some more. I cried, I ranted and raved and I swooned like a crazy lady. Its been a journey for me as a reader reading their journey and I have loved every bit of it. I'm truly sad to see it end and I'm praying with everything that there will be more to come from the likes of Daisy, Mordecai, Bria and the gang. I'm just not ready to let them go yet.
If you love pnr romance then I can't recommend this enough. It's action packed, suspenseful, climactic, surprising, steamy, hilarious and above all has characters that you'll want to invest time in to.
Now at the risk of being a spoiler suzanne I'm leaving it here at this. Pnr doesn't get much better than this.
This isn’t a romance book - the main characters’ relationship doesn’t change at all in the book. It is urban fantasy, mostly about fighting / making snarky comments. There is explicit sex chucked in, but as it didn’t progess the story at all, I found myself skipping through those scenes even though I would usually read them in a romance.
Main reason for three stars is that this book is soooo similar to another book by this author in her Darkness series. I felt like I was rereading that book but with renamed characters: magical ‘chosen one’ heroine goes to a big political get together and has to fight her way through loads of random deadly challenges to improve her and her boyfriend’s status, witty band of sidekicks helping. Very similar ending that I saw coming a mile off. (Plus I don’t like the Daisy character or how Alexis approves her going off to stab a bunch of people, if Alexis was any kind of parent figure Daisy would be in therapy not running around becoming a murderer but whatever.)
But it’s ok.