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(Relentless #3)

4.49  ·  Rating details ·  11,874 ratings  ·  792 reviews
Sara Grey is done hiding and done being afraid. The Master thinks he has her running scared, but she’s taking matters into her own hands and taking her life back. With the help of her friends, she sets out to find the one person who can answer her questions about her past, and who may be able to lead them to the Master.

On her journey, Sara faces new challenges and dangers,
Kindle Edition, 418 pages
Published October 27th 2015 by Karen Lynch
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PLEASE TELL ME THERE IS GOING TO BE MORE. I CAN'T STAND THERE NOT BEING MORE. This is my favorite trilogy of the year, hands down. This is probably my 2nd favorite trilogy EVER, after The Infernal Devices.

This was fucking amazing. Amazing, so amazing, absolutely amazing. RL has been a huge bitch lately, so I haven't gotten to read a whole lot, I am sure I would have read this in one sitting otherwise. This was everything I wanted and needed for it to be. And now it is over, and I am sad as hell.
I want there to be at least 10 more books in this series...that's how much I like it :)
Aug 14, 2015 rated it liked it
I'm devastated!
Not because of this book per se. Not because of the ending. Not even because one of my favorite series ever has come to an end. No, I'm devastated because I really, really wanted to love and rate this third and final installment 5 stars, as I did the other two, but I just can't. And now I have to explain my feelings, which, in turn, means I have to criticize, and I don't want to do that.

Alright, let's get this over with. Just a little warning: this review might contain some mild u
Jan 31, 2015 marked it as to-read
Shelves: to-be-released

Refuge was amazing, it was finished within the day and I cannot wait for Rogue.. Heartbroken I have to wait for the rest of the year!

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Feb 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing

4.5 I loved it.
Muse-ic ♬
Read #2:


Ugh these books are so good!! There is so much delicious action! It's so intense and Sara is badass AF!!

The really annoying thing was Nikolas' attempts at controlling Sara under the idea that males get overprotective around their mates. It was bullshit and annoying.

But it was handled perfectly. Sara put him in his place and whooped his ass into shape!

I can't wait for Chris' story, which comes out in a couple of weeks.
You bet your ass I pre-order
Nikki Jefford
Aug 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Rogue exceeded all my expectations! Sara and the gang kick everything off with non-stop action and humor that doesn't stop.

- Jordan deserves an Oscar for best supporting fictional friend.

- Nikolas... oh, Nikolas. Dreamy, reliable, touching, amazing... I love you, Nikolas! And Chris, oh yeah, I want to see more of him!

Action, adventure, humor, and romance – all my favorite story elements all wrapped up into one explosive series finale.

The Relentless Trilogy is one of my favorites and is not to b
Lala_Loopsie [fire breathing B!tch Queen]
The only thing I'll say is:

The ending was too "meh". Like, what the hell?, what happened here? After all the build-up, and all the anxiousness (we all knew a HEA was coming), and that's the ending. Too rushed, too perfect, it just didn't sit well.

Anyway, the Master, that really surprised me, but then again, not really. There is just something rotten (not rotten, but wrong, in a sense) about not realising your sister/family member is beyond spoiled because you are blinded by love—and i said too
Brittain *Needs a Nap and a Drink*
Imagine if Twilight and Vampire Academy had a drunken one night stand and produced a book not as bad as its parents but not exactly charming either.

It has vampires (but thank goodness no sparkling), a magical school, warlocks, witches,demons, hellhounds, dragons, griffins, elves, trolls, faeries, spells, kelpies, teleportation, magical healing powers, and the kitchen sink. *deep breath* That's only part of it too. For every being, there were subcategories and tons of names and characters. It was
May 15, 2019 rated it liked it
Unfortunately this series never reached its full potential.It's more YA than NA and that plays into my rating. I prefer mature themes and characters. Enjoyable and well-written, just not for me, but I'm intrigued enough to read the complimentary books. ...more
3.5 stars

I'm just going to stick with my initial feelings because I still don’t know how to rate this! :/ I can’t give this anything above 4 stars and I seriously debated 3 stars there in the middle. I'm sticking with 3.5.

Through the entire book, I was going back and forth with my feelings. I was like: “Wow this is an interesting beginning, okay, okay, I see you… This middle is SO SLOW (I even picked up a book that I stopped in order to read this one sooner, and finished it)….Woah I didn't expec
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Now this is how you end a series! PURE BADASSERY!!!!

Okay, so I already knew that this book will be awesome... But I didn't know that it would be THIS AWESOME! Definitely 10 stars!!!

The story picks up where it left off in the last book. The main character, along with her friends, go to this amazing road trip. It's amazing because it's adventure at every turn. Meeting new people, slaying this and that, buying kickass stuff here and there. Oh my! I can't even begin explaining the new creatures tha
Duchess Nicole
Absolutely fantastic series. I rated book one, Relentless four stars and book two, Refuge five huge stars. The reason for the lower rating on this last one is mostly because it was too rambled, it returned to topics better left in the past, it brought up things just to leave them hanging again, and it just got kind of boring after awhile. I think a heavy handed editor might have been a good call. Maybe after book two, I was expecting action packed, balls to the wall intensity, and t ...more
Mar 14, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: alpha-male-hero
Peepin' that release date like

Jun 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favourite

I’m speechless and so not ready to say goodbye to this trilogy. I don’t believe what a journey I went through with this story from the perfect first book, through the second book- that left me on the edge and turned my stomach into jelly, to the wonderful, breathtaking and epic ending of the third book.

This trilogy filled me with so many emotions. It was an amazing reading experience. Sometimes I had to put the book down and stop myself from finishing it in one day. I loved the charac
Apr 16, 2020 rated it liked it
This series is absolutely amazing. The heroine is a badass, isn't afraid to take risks, caring, sweet and loves the hero. The hero is possessive, hot and loves the heroine. The side characters were great. The plot twist towards the end was shocking and I did not see this coming.

I would love to see more Nicholas and Sara. The ending was rushed . It just finished abruptly. Again, the beginning was lengthy. Nevertheless, I loved the mystery, chase, fight, arguments, friendship, romance in this boo

★★★★★ (5 stars)

✔ There are moments in life when you pick up a book and it consumes you so completely that you feel it's going to own your heart forever. Moments like this don't happen for me every day. I'm a picky reader, I often suffer from reading slump, because sometimes it seems like all the book look so similar in plot, characters and drama.

But sometimes you find a rare gem. One that without your conscious mind seeks into the deepest re

This series is perfection!
I love everything about it; characters, plotline, premise, world-building, hero, storyline...
I enjoyed reading it. The next book is from the hero's POV a than there are couple of books for some side characters. Well, I want them all!!!

Apr 18, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: ya-2020, pnr-uf
This is (was) the final installment in this series when it was originally trilogy. It picks up where Refuge left off with Sara deciding to go after Madeline herself because she wants everything to end after the huge battle that took the lives of some of the Mohiri. She escapes with Roland, Peter and Jordan with help from trusty hacker David. They are able to follow his very good leads and make some allies along the way. They also get into quite a few fights and its still glaringly obvious that S ...more
Apr 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
At first, I didn't realize this was the last book from Sara's point of view but even though I'm sad to leave this couple, I was really happy to read their story.

I would have loved this book even more if it had been written for an adult audience instead of YA but I still really enjoyed it :P I would have loved to see more of Sara and Nikolas and their bond.

This book has lots of action and vampire killing and I was never bored.

I'm not sure yet if I'll read the next books in the series but I'm t
Aug 22, 2015 rated it it was ok
Umm, wow, that was a disappointment. It was incredibly mushy and way too lovey-dovey for my taste. And it annoyed me that Sara was just SOOO special. It's far too unrealistic. She's defeating ancient creatures who have never been defeated before because she's just soo powerful. Everyone she meets automatically likes her because she's just soo amazing. Everyone is in awe of her power because she's soo badass. It's absolutely ridiculous. One puny girl is more powerful than basically people who hav ...more
What an ending to an amazing series. I loved this trilogy! The author lets the story build, which leaves you not wanting to put these books down. I couldn't believe I stayed up until 3am reading this. I fell in love with all of the characters. It was sooo good, I think I'll have to read this all over again.

Second review: LOVE IT!
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Oct 27, 2015 rated it liked it
I received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

I LOVED the first two book in this series. It is a trilogy so this was the last one. This one was a bit of a disappointment. The ending and climax I was happy with, the beginning was done well, the middle not so much.

There just wasn't much that happened in the middle. It seemed like 70% of the book was her training. There was so much focus on her learning and training. It would have been great if there was going to b
Nicole Collins
Oct 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
Oh my God this series is epic thanks to a friend's recommendation I finally read it and you've got vampires demons trolls and hellhounds and so much f****** more if you like Paranormal Romance you need to check this book out the love story is out of this world this book is a finale to the series and finally we got our love connection I've been waiting and waiting very patiently for this to happen and it was so so sweet I will definitely reread this one day I loved it check it out you're welcome😏 ...more
Veronika Scislowski
This book was so worth the the wait. What an incredible ending to an incredible series! Karen Lynch we have to see more of you. Ok so im a little upset that we'll have to say goodbye to these characters (especially the gorgeous warrior Nikolas *sigh*) but I cannot wait to read more of Karen's work and to start a whole new journey with new characters. Just please, give us more of Nikolas and write more scenes from his POV. ...more
Sharon Van Manen
Jul 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I can reread these books endlessly. can't wait for the third book... October? better be October 1st. CANNOT wait! ...more
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Apr 03, 2015 rated it liked it
It starts off a bit choppy, but it's starting to flow well. I like the fact Sara's powers are growing, into what, I have no idea yet. Running from Nikolas seems futile, but I get it. OH & wth Sara throwing shade constantly on your Mori. U treat vampires better./:)
I finished the book yesterday evening but didn't write a review. I am disappointed with this book. I expected so much more from Sara. I would have thought Sara would have been more resilient during the former half. She never w
Oct 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Teens, Adults
Rollercoaster ride to very last sentence! Teen-friendly series.

When you think of Beethoven, DaVinci, Einstein, or Steve Jobs and call them prodigies, experts, quintessential ... (musician, scientist, scholar, computer geek) you’ve left a name off the list – Karen Lynch, Master Storyteller.

Sometimes, a series finale lets a reader down, missteps, or is just “meh”. I was afraid Rogue was going to be like that, particularly when it came to the Nickolas & Sara relationship (I admit that I didn’t lov
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I am a little upset that this book was as exciting as the first too. I had hoped that the series would end with an amazing book but it was a little less than amazing, but still good.

There didn't seem to be as much action and when there was, it was very sudden and over kind of quickly. I also got a little bored at places because every action seemed to be repeated. There was a lot of training between Sara and others which I thought was over in Refuge and, similarly, there were old ideas that we
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Karen Lynch is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author.

She grew up in Newfoundland, Canada - a place rich in colorful people and folklore to which she attributes her love of the supernatural and her vivid imagination. She moved to Charlotte, North Carolina years ago and was immediately charmed by the southern people but she says she will always be a newfie.

Though she loves supernatural

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“Closing my eyes, I lowered the wall around my Mori.
'Are you okay? Did I hurt you?'
'Solmi hurt', it replied, still a little upset.
I almost rolled my eyes. One-track mind. 'Solmi is okay', I assured it. 'Did the glow burn you?'
'No burn'. The demon moved forward a little. 'Again?' It asked eagerly.
'Not yet. Soon.'
I opened my eyes and stared at the pretty little lake as I tried to make sense of it all. For the first time, I left the wall down, and my Mori and I sat quietly together, not joined, but as companions. I sighed in contentment. 'This is nice, demon. I could get used to this.'
It curled up like a happy cat. 'Me too.”
“I’m going home. I can’t do this anymore.” “Can’t do what?” he asked, his voice harsh. “Love you,” I said so softly it was little more than a breath. A” 6 likes
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