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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Last Rites is a work of supernatural fiction with plenty of action and drama and was penned by author Lorraine Carey. Written for adults due to some mature themes, steamy romance scenes and graphic content, this is the third and final novel in the Women of the Willow Wood series. In this new episode, we find ourselves back with the heroic Daniella Reyes, the Guardian of Souls, and she and the Sisterhood are on the verge of ridding the world of demonic cults for good. With one last target to tackle, this will be their biggest battle of all in the fight of good versus evil. The secrets of both societies are sure to be unveiled along the way.
Author Lorraine Carey knows her series well at this point, and from the very start, we are swept up into a truly magical world of secret sects, divisions of war and powerful emotive journeys for our characters to embark upon. The Sisterhood is an empowering ensemble with plenty of variety and relatability in its characters, and the way in which their bonds are portrayed really tugs at the heartstrings. For fans of shocks and scandals, there are plenty of steamy moments and sudden plot twists to enjoy amid the wider picture of the battle that is to come, and the dialogue spices all of this up with its wit and honesty in character presentation. Overall, Last Rites is a must-read for fans of the current series, and I’d highly recommend Lorraine Carey as a new favorite supernatural writer to fall for.