{ARC Review} Transcendent (Denazen #4) by Jus Accardo

{ARC Review} Transcendent (Denazen #4) by Jus AccardoTranscendent (Denazen, #4) by Jus Accardo
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Publication Date: March 2, 2020
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Young Adult
Pages: 272
Format: e-ARC
Source: the publicist via NetGalley
Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne StarHalf a Star

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The boy she’d lost, and finally found again, is not the same boy she remembers. As one of the most powerful Sixes, Kale has changed in ways Dez can’t ignore.
He swore he’d never kill, and now he’s out for blood.
He swore he’d never harm her, and now he struggles to control his fatal touch.
They’ve been to hell and back, over and over, but this time they might not survive the fire.
When the truth at the root of the Denazen Corporation’s origins begins to unfold, those behind the scenes will do anything to keep it hidden.
Dez and Kale will be pushed to their breaking point. As long buried secrets come to light, they must fight for their freedom—and each other—as they never have before.
Kale’s destructive power could win the battle, if he doesn’t lose himself to it in the process. Or Dez will be faced with an impossible task—saving the world from the boy she loves.

*Note:  This book was provided to The Book Hookup by the Publisher but that did not in any way influence this review!

 

I’ve been waiting a long, long time for this book.  I started this series back in 2012 and, quite honestly, wasn’t sure I’d see this day.  But I’m very glad it finally arrived.  And, funny enough, I slipped right back into the Denazen world as if I’d been there just yesterday.  The author did a great job of helping me remember what I had clearly forgotten due to time, but she did so in a casual, smooth way that didn’t feel forced or like a data dump.  As I immersed myself back in this world, all the emotions of  Dez and Kale came flooding back and I remembered why I loved this series so much.

All the adventure and excitement is still there and there’s a nice maturity to the characters.  I enjoyed their interactions and banter and I loved that Dez still had emotional challenges to face…and big decisions to make.  This story brings more mysteries to solve and more secrets to uncover but, what I enjoyed most was watching Dez and Kale work through what the world had thrown at them.  The simplicity of first love that I first fell for has been complicated by circumstance and seeing them wade through that was both fun and emotional.

This is a series that you need to read from the beginning.  In order to get the full emotional impact of all that happens you need to be invested in these characters like I was…you need to feel it deep down.  The series is now complete so, for those of you who hate to wait, you’re in luck.  You can follow Dez and Kale’s adventure, twists and turns, and romance from beginning to end and, trust me, you definitely should.

 

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Posted April 23, 2020 by Ana in angst, ARC, Awesome Heriones, Fantasy, Net Galley, New Adult, Paranormal, review, Reviews, Romance, Series, Young Adult / 0 Comments

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