This final installment in the Servant trilogy has Gabrielle Cody at a crossroads in her life. Her unique gift has always felt more like a curse and has been responsible for Gabyís solitary life. And now she suddenly finds herself surrounded by friends and sheís almost more afraid of them than the evil she fights on a daily basis.
Since Gaby is living with Luther, she finds herself more distracted. She fears his calming presence may prevent her from fulfilling her destiny. Now more than ever she needs to concentrate as she stalks a killer who is feeding off the blood and flesh of his victims.
Gaby also finds herself drawn to a young girl and her sister. She can relate with their situation thanks to her own rough childhood and is determined to keep the local drug dealers from making their lives even more intolerable.
It has been an amazing journey seeing Gaby grow as the people around her teach her to love, and be loved in return. Luther is a remarkable influence on her as his morals; patience and constancy show her a completely different side of life than any she has ever known before. While itís sad to have this series end, I canít wait to see what new world Foster creates next.
Warning: There is explicit language in this book that some readers may find offensive, even for this genre.