Review: The Grace in Darkness by Melissa Andrea

SYNOPSIS:The Grace in Darkness

Every part of me yearns for Ryland and there hasn’t been a day that’s gone by that I don’t question if I made the right decision. Adjusting is something I should be used to by now but how can I do that when life has other plans?

When darkness consumes you, only true light can free you

Remembering how I existed before Araya came into my life and turned everything upside down has been the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. I can’t stand to be round anyone and the feeling is mutual. But I’m ready to take back what’s mine. I’m ready to be whole again. But every decision has a choice and every choice has a consequence.

To find the grace in darkness, you must
Dare to be BRAVE.
Dare to be STRONG.
Dare to be ALIVE.


This picks right back up where the first book left off, which had me hanging onto every word. I won’t lie, I thoroughly enjoyed this book; however, it was not as good as The Edge of Darkness. The plot twists in The Edge of Darkness just had that something extra that had my interests. I finished this book in one sitting and while there were twists and turns, I was not as captivated by how Araya and Ryland handled everything. In the end, I loved how Melissa wrapped everything up and really stuck it to you know who. Good grief, the ending was far better than anticipated. I would absolutely read more from this author.

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