Fans of this series have been waiting with baited breath to see what happens with the battle between light and dark and how Luce’s choice will tip the scales. Luce and Daniel, along with their ever loyal band of friends, travel all over the world to gather the artifacts they need to stop Lucifer from wiping their past clean. There is a lot of action and unlikely alliances in this book, and we get to know more about Luce’s past through the millennium. Behind all of this conflict is Luce and her inability to remember as far back as she needs to. This final installment finally brings the conclusion that has been building for three books and while Daniel is certainly a part of it, I felt like this story belonged more to Luce than anyone else.
It was interesting to finally see all of the pieces fall into place and to know the whole story involving Luce. There were some twists and turns, more betrayals and intrigue and, of course, love and sacrifice. The world of the angels is extended to their life in heaven, and I loved reading about the time before the fall. While there is tenderness, there are also battles and everyone fights in this book, and they fight hard. The fast paced action sequences will keep the pages turning, for sure. I must say that I liked the ending, as well, because while it was a tad bittersweet, it brought a smile to my face. I think that fans of this series will find Rapture to be an exciting and satisfying series conclusion.
I received this book as a galley from the publisher in exchange for my honest review: