Also by this author: The Lightning Prophecy, The Lightning Legacy, Push and Pull
Delaney Hagen’s life has spiraled into complete pandemonium. After killing the monster who turned her, she thought she’d finally escaped … only to find herself trapped with new enemies. Worse, these enemies are among the Coven – one of whom she thought she could trust.
Reid Jamison refuses to rest until his beloved mate is back in his arms. If that means organizing wolf packs around the globe and taking on the Coven, so be it. But doing so means achieving the impossible task of finding the oldest living wolf – and Reid is running out of time.
The fight to find one another reveals even greater dangers, ones that threaten the future of werewolves and witches alike. The stake of her people rests solely on Delaney’s shoulders. Reid must convince his kind to forgive a centuries-old grudge. Or there will never be peace among the chaos.
War has come to their world. Will Delaney and Reid reunite amidst the bloodshed, or will the fight for freedom send them into ruins?
When one starts reading a trilogy, you go into it knowing there will only be 3 books. That’s what a trilogy is. The thing is, knowing it’s a trilogy still doesn’t make it hurt less when it’s over. As a reader, I’ve become attached to these characters. I’m happy to know how things end for them right now, but I still want to know their lives. I’m not a stalker, I swear.
The Lightning Progeny is the third and final book in The Lightning Witch Trilogy. Each book as been a roller coaster of emotions, and Progeny is no different. I’ll admit, I may have had a little something in my eye causing a tear-like substance to leak from my eye near the end.
Our usual cast of characters is still around, but I did enjoy the amount of time Troy spent in the spotlight (as I’m sure he also would). Cyr’s sense of humor shows through the entire series, not just one or two books, which I can appreciate. Everything is so serious and life or death all the time, it’s nice to have a little funny here and there.
Overall, I loved this book. I loved the other books in the series as well, but knowing that I would find out how everything ends, no matter how much I didn’t want it to, has a sort of satisfying quality to it. Everything is wrapped up in a shredded and singed little bow. If nothing else, now I can recommend this series to someone new and they won’t have to suffer in between books.