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    The Dark Divine (Dark Divine (Quality)) (Paperback) By (author) Bree Despain

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    Short Description for The Dark Divine Grace Divine, daughter of the local pastor, always knew something terrible happened the night Daniel Kalbi disappeared--the night she found her brother Jude collapsed on the porch, covered in blood--but she has no idea what a truly monstrous secret that night held.
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    THE DARK DIVINE- Another young and forbidden love between human and otherworldy being and yet another I don't want to miss.4

    MissPageTurner The story of THE DARK DIVINE is based on past happenings between protagonist Grace, her brother, Jude, and their friend Daniel.

    Only after a few pages we meet Daniel, who has definitely changed since Grace has seen him the last time. I really like that Grace has to discover a completely different Daniel. He's got a bad boy flair and at the same time is still caring and very vulnerable, just like I like my fantasy male protagonists.

    THE DARK DIVINE has nothing like a love triangle, the story is more about former versus present relationship between the three teenagers and the hostility between Jude and Daniel. And at one point Grace can't avoid choosing one side over the other anymore.

    When it comes to exploring the past, Despain involves letters to provide Grace and the reader with hints to solve the mystery behind the incidents happening in this small town. These letters were totally slowing down my reading pace, not only because they were written in a horribly curly font, but beause their content was not necessary to solve the "mystery".

    I was worried that I wouldn't like Grace's family or Grace because I always associated her being a pastor's daughter with the image of an always-behaving and a prude little girl, but this female protagonist is religious and rocks!
    Each chapter or paragraph is provided with a short info about time and setting so one can follow the story and characters easily. The story flows well, especially the end was really exciting. You have to expect several surprises!
    The paranormal elements were expected, but really fitting.

    THE VERDICT

    Grace and Daniel convince with their belief in love. Bitter and sweet moments intermingle in times of war between the dark and divine. by MissPageTurner

  • The Dark Divine was wolfish and fantastic!5

    Reading For Fun The Dark Divine by Bree Despain is probably the best Young-Adult Paranormal Romance involving werewolves out there! The moment I laid eyes on this beautiful cover, I knew me and The Dark Divine were going to get along. The characters were wonderful, each with their own distinct personalities. And when their personalities collided, they created emotions and scenes that were heat and fire and imagination! The plot was strong and ravenous, leading me down a path that was full of werewolves, romance, and danger! Bree Despain's writing style was swift and flowing, entrapping me from the very first page!

    Grace and Daniel's relationship was both sweet and passionate, both dangerous and cautious, and completely and utterly addictive. I loved how they already knew each other. It made getting to know Daniel that much more fun. We got to see sides to him that most male love interests don't have, because the lead is too busy getting to know him. Grace already knew Daniel, so we jumped head first into their relationship. I also loved Grace's relationship with her parents. Grace is a good girl, raised with a very loving and religious family, so seeing her react to Daniel was interesting.

    Now, for the wolfish aspects. It's always interesting to see how an author creates their werewolves. In this book, they're tied so closely to religion and God that I couldn't see where the evil began and the good ended! It was a refreshing take, and I appreciated the originality. These werewolves were capable of so much bad, but they were created for good, and at the same time they couldn't win. They couldn't have family, without tainting them. They couldn't act human, because they weren't.
    And the one person that could cure them, also had to kill them. Love was a dangerous thing in The Dark Divine, and I wanted to experience every single second of it!

    Overall, The Dark Divine was a fantastic take on werewolves in the Young-Adult genre, with action, the ultimate forbidden romance, lies, and a love interest that took my breath away. I fell in love with Daniel Kalbi, and I know you will too! The ending leaves you begging for more! I would absolutely recommended this! by Reading For Fun

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