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Open Gates (P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy #3)

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4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  38 ratings  ·  18 reviews
***This book is included, along with the first two in the trilogy, in an eBook bundle and a print anthology. It is not available separately.


Bryn is gone. Jenna isn’t herself. And the world has been taken over by the alien Riders. The only constant in P.J.’s life is Khol. But even he might not be able to help her pick up the shattered pieces of her existence.

P.J. finally g
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Published December 19th 2013 (first published December 2013)
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D.T. Dyllin
Apr 19, 2013 D.T. Dyllin rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Well I'm not going to break tradition now. I fully intend to give every single one of my books a 5 star rating. Especially because I keep hearing how authors shouldn't do it... Shouldn't? Says who??? It kind of makes me want to do it more. Heh. ;)
Ren
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Bieke {Istyria book blog}
*I received a free copy of this book from the amazing Dara for beta reading. Thanks hun!*

So... It's over now... This trilogy is over...

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...because everything I'd ever done had been for him... and it always would be... Always.


This is the third and last part of the PJ Stone Gates Trilogy and it has been a hell of a ride. Love, friendship, magic, mystery, dragons, gatekeepers, guardians, seers, speakers and unexpected twists. And this is the last part. It answers all the questions we had, gives u
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Stephanie {Wishing Upon a Book}
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*sniffs* okay so I cried, so what? I was sobbing like crazy near the end of the book, first because weddings make me cry and then because of the decision P.J. made. I mean I can’t believe she would give up so much, just to save her world and the people right when she was finally happy.

Seriously I couldn’t do anything but just stare at the last page, bawling like a baby. God these books were an emotional rollercoaster for me, but Open Gates was so much more, it’s the perfect conclusion fo
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Claire Thake
Open Gates had been on my tbr list for a long time, and I was eager to get started after reading Broken Gates, however something always held me back but I finally managed to fit it in.

The story continues and I still found myself on team Bryn although he was gone, Kohl just didn't seem to match up and I found that made it all worse for me. I found PJ very frustrating in this book, where she constantly torn between her loyalty towards Bryn and her feelings for Kohl, which although I preferred Bry
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Book Sniffers Anonymous
It's so hard to review this book without giving anything away. There is so much that happens in the last book that to give my thoughts on certain things that happened in Open Gates would spoil huge moments from Broken Gates.

One thing I want to say is that I'm glad to see that P.J has matured some. In the first book she was really started to get on my nerves. She was all over the place and I felt like someone needed to shake some sense into her. By the end of the trilogy, she seemed to have gain
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Sarah Ashley Jones
SPOILERS. SPOILERS. SPOILERS. AND MORE SPOILERS.

Okay - I've been lucky enough to beta read for Broken Gates and now the last book in the series, Open Gates.

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Laura Thomas
You finally get all of the answers you’ve been seeking, just as P.J. does.

The war is raging, many people are lost, and P.J. struggles to fulfill her destiny.

I’m going to warn you, the beginning is a shocker, it happens so fast.

P.J. is devastated. Her world is being destroyed and her heart has been shredded.

Her best friend Jenna is unavailable, so she turns to the one person who is always there, always

offering his shoulder to lean on, Khol.

How do you go on when all you love is being destroyed an
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Jessy (BookEnd 2 BookEnd)
I feel like a broken record with this author. Seriously she just keeps amazing me. She can't help herself really. She's a gifted writer than can transport her readers to a whole new world and she gives us the best view of a different species that you never knew you could fall in lust with...errr love with!
What I love about her books...okay we won't delve into that list we will be here all day, but lets mention that she starts it off right where we leave off!! I love when an author does that!! Y
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Shona Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom
This review was rewritten due to re-reading the book as part of a blog tour. To see my full review of the series take a look on my blog Booky Ramblings

Despite the fact this isn’t my first time reading this book I am seriously struggling with how to articulate my feelings for what I have just read. Reading the book for the second time has not lessened the blows that I knew where coming. Every thing that smacked me in the gut and had me bawling like a baby the first time round hit me exactly the s
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Shelley aka Gizmo's Reviews
*Genre* Paranormal Romance
*Rating* 3-3.5

*My Thoughts*

I want to take this opportunity to thank Ren @ Dragonfairy Press for sharing a copy of Open Gates with me, and for adding me to the Open Gates Blog Tour. Ren, you are awesome to work with and I hope we get a chance to do it again soon!

Now for the excruciating part of being a reviewer/blogger.....the review itself. There are times that I read my friends reviews of the same book that I just read and wonder if there is something horrifically wron
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Jessica Carroll (Novel Words by Jessica)
Open Gates expected publication date is November 12, 2013 so I feel very fortunate that I was privledged to get an ARC of this wonderful continuation of what has to be one of my favorite trilogies!!

P.J.'s life is in utter turmoil and the heartbreak she feels goes to the very core of her soul. Will she recover from this unspeakable loss and do what she was born to do or will she let the darkness overtake her and all those she loves? Her emotions are up and down, hot and cold and Kohl is trying hi
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Have you ever read a book on your Kindle that makes you nervous as you see the reading progression ticker thing count down? This book was one of those books for me. I'm seeing the percentage and "time left" and freaking out because there is SO MUCH RESOLUTION TO BE HAD how the HELL is she going to wrap it up? OMG I thought this said TRILOGY. Is there going to be another cliffhanger?! (Hey, the last one was quite cruel, people!) So much freaking out was happening on my end. Tugging my hair, sn
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This is a combined review of the trilogy that I am posting only here on Goodreads.

The author has no doubt built an amazing world of Dragons and I loved the basic concept of the book.

When I had picked up this series, I knew to expect certain sexual content as a part of New Adult genre. But the sexual content of the book overwhelmed me as it was just too much and I feel this should be tagged as erotica. I have no doubt that if the sex scenes and the sex talk were to be removed, this series could a
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Angell
wow!! its 4 am, and Im finished. I did not expect this book to end the way it did, but I was not disappointed. I do not give 5 stars out easily, but this book deserved it.
Holly
Dec 17, 2013 Holly marked it as to-read
After the way the second one ended I am craving this one, where is it?!?!
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I need this book. NOW.
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D.T. Dyllin is a bestselling author who writes both paranormal and contemporary romance. Anything with a love story is her kryptonite. Her obsession with affairs-of-the-heart is what first drove her to begin twisting her own tales of scorching romance.

D.T. was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Black & Gold for life, baby!) She now lives in Little Rock, Arkansas with her husband an
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Other Books in the Series

P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy (3 books)
  • Hidden Gates (The P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy #1)
  • Broken Gates (The P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy #2)
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“Neither one of us said anything. There was no need for words at the moment, what we’d needed to say to each other had been fully expressed with our bodies, each word communicated artfully with the touch of our fingertips and the slide of our skin against one another’s—so for the moment—we were all talked out.” 1 likes
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