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The final book in the Dark Fae FBI series. The Fae war is coming, and I'm caught right in the middle. My father, the ruthless Unseelie king, is dead. It should have been our moment of triumph. Instead, we find ourselves hiding in London from our ancient enemies, the Seelie. From Roan’s city mansion, we need to unite the six Unseelie courts to fight back. Unfortunately, The final book in the Dark Fae FBI series. The Fae war is coming, and I'm caught right in the middle. My father, the ruthless Unseelie king, is dead. It should have been our moment of triumph. Instead, we find ourselves hiding in London from our ancient enemies, the Seelie. From Roan’s city mansion, we need to unite the six Unseelie courts to fight back. Unfortunately, centuries-old feuds make this almost impossible. To make things worse, there’s no good reason for anyone to listen to us. After all, I’m just a pixie bastard. Did I mention that my dread powers are gone? If that weren’t enough, I need to decide if I want to live forever in the world of the humans, or the world of the fae with Roan. Sure—he’s gorgeous and loyal, but do I want to spend forever in this chaos? As the Seelie encroach on our territory, it’s time to see if Roan and I—terror and love--can really change the world together.


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The final book in the Dark Fae FBI series. The Fae war is coming, and I'm caught right in the middle. My father, the ruthless Unseelie king, is dead. It should have been our moment of triumph. Instead, we find ourselves hiding in London from our ancient enemies, the Seelie. From Roan’s city mansion, we need to unite the six Unseelie courts to fight back. Unfortunately, The final book in the Dark Fae FBI series. The Fae war is coming, and I'm caught right in the middle. My father, the ruthless Unseelie king, is dead. It should have been our moment of triumph. Instead, we find ourselves hiding in London from our ancient enemies, the Seelie. From Roan’s city mansion, we need to unite the six Unseelie courts to fight back. Unfortunately, centuries-old feuds make this almost impossible. To make things worse, there’s no good reason for anyone to listen to us. After all, I’m just a pixie bastard. Did I mention that my dread powers are gone? If that weren’t enough, I need to decide if I want to live forever in the world of the humans, or the world of the fae with Roan. Sure—he’s gorgeous and loyal, but do I want to spend forever in this chaos? As the Seelie encroach on our territory, it’s time to see if Roan and I—terror and love--can really change the world together.

30 review for Agent of the Fae

  1. 4 out of 5

    Just Josie

    Great ending! 👏 Guys, I cannot think about a time when I have devoured a full series this fast. I am not a “start to finish” kinda gal. I am the biggest mood reader, and I get so easily distracted, but not with this series. Quite honestly I have a hate/love relationship with endings. I want to know what happens, but I am also not ready to say goodbye to these characters. Agent of Fae pulled me in and held my attention. I loved the characters, I loved the world, and I loved the writing. We got every Great ending! 👏 Guys, I cannot think about a time when I have devoured a full series this fast. I am not a “start to finish” kinda gal. I am the biggest mood reader, and I get so easily distracted, but not with this series. Quite honestly I have a hate/love relationship with endings. I want to know what happens, but I am also not ready to say goodbye to these characters. Agent of Fae pulled me in and held my attention. I loved the characters, I loved the world, and I loved the writing. We got every emotion in the book. Pain, love, fear, hurt, betrayal, friendship, confusion, lust, wraith and so much more. And I wanted it. I craved it. Cassandra was so easy to like. Roan was just the perfect mix of arrogant jerk with redeeming qualities, and his story was so full of pain. I was so utter happy with how it ended up. Great story. Love the Fae. It was epic. Not the last time you see me reading a Crawford book. Read: 11/05/2020 1st rating: 4 stars Genre/sub-genres: Fae/FBI/romance/adult/urban fantasy Cover: 3 stars POV’s: Single- 1st person - (Cassandra) Will I recommend: Yes

  2. 4 out of 5

    Al *the semi serial series skipper*

    This was a truly exceptional series from start to finish. I loved it. I did think things were going way differently after book two but luckily it didn't. I'll definitely be checking out more books from the author.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    Great ending I enjoyed this final piece in the series. I think Cassandra tried to not go over to the dark side as much as possible, however it looked like it took a lot of effort to not go evil. She is very good at killing. I loved the HEA and everything is nicely tidied up. The war was described well and it wasn't just swords clashing. I like that magic was a part of it. I would like to know what happens with the human govt though. I doubt that everything will continue as is. OverLl a great endi Great ending I enjoyed this final piece in the series. I think Cassandra tried to not go over to the dark side as much as possible, however it looked like it took a lot of effort to not go evil. She is very good at killing. I loved the HEA and everything is nicely tidied up. The war was described well and it wasn't just swords clashing. I like that magic was a part of it. I would like to know what happens with the human govt though. I doubt that everything will continue as is. OverLl a great ending to a wonderful story.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Leila

    3 STARS

  5. 5 out of 5

    Henriette

    The final book in the series. After killing the king of the Unseelie, the Seelie are invading. Cassandra and Roan must unite the six Unseelie courts, as that is the only chance of survival. Unfortunately, the stone of power was destroyed and Cassandra must find another way to reclaim her powers as Mistress of Dread. Most of the book focuses on the romance between Cassandra and Roan and negotiating with the Seelie courts. However, a large part of that focuses on Cassandra's insecurities, either be The final book in the series. After killing the king of the Unseelie, the Seelie are invading. Cassandra and Roan must unite the six Unseelie courts, as that is the only chance of survival. Unfortunately, the stone of power was destroyed and Cassandra must find another way to reclaim her powers as Mistress of Dread. Most of the book focuses on the romance between Cassandra and Roan and negotiating with the Seelie courts. However, a large part of that focuses on Cassandra's insecurities, either because of her missing powers, the PTSD after Abellio's torture and not being to able to decide, if she should accept Roan as her mate. Fearing for the safety of the human race is, of course, a very good reason for denying him, which makes it even more surprising when she says f*** it (or rather him) after about two-thirds of the book. She wasn't even present for all of the negotiations. The best parts of the story were, when Cassandra basically bluffed the Unseelie into compliance, with Grendel's fate being the absolute highlight of the book. I wish Crawford had focused more on that. The romance with Roan was the typical soap opera roller coaster. At some point Scarlett - who has become shadier than she used to be, I never got a good vibe from her - asks Cassandra to share intel about the rulers of the Unseelie courts, to get back in their good graces. I was pleasantly surprised when the author didn't use that (unfinished) list, to incite some strife between Roan and Cassandra at the end. Though, there is the possibility that she forgot all about it. While I was finishing that book it occurred to me that had there been an evil twin, this really would be a classic soap opera. But then, Siofra is almost an evil twin, so a soap opera it is. Maybe, they can get the narrator from Jane the Virgin to do the audiobook, then I might add another star. Jokes aside, the book wrapped up the story nicely, but I still find the main characters about face to be dizzying. Throughout the series, Cassandra always viewed the fae as the villains and wanted to protect the humans from them. While she kept them from senselessly killing humans, there wasn't much of that regard left. Even her relationship with Scarlett seemed kind of forced in the end. I was always waiting for a betrayal to happen. Not the best urban fantasy series I have ever read. Crawford can't hold a candle to authors such as Ilona Andrews or Patricia Briggs.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christina Ps

    A great conclusion to the series!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Vintagebooklvr

    3 1/2 stars. Good ending to the series. Cassie comes into her own in this book, after a lot of doubts, in this book. Her doubts are understandable when her most formidable weapon, Mistress of Dread, seems to disappear. She is left with some magic and most depend on her intelligence, training and skill. Those seem very inadequate when Seelie seem to be 2 or 3 steps ahead of them at all times during the war and fractious UnSeelie seem determined to tear each apart because of old feuds rather than 3 1/2 stars. Good ending to the series. Cassie comes into her own in this book, after a lot of doubts, in this book. Her doubts are understandable when her most formidable weapon, Mistress of Dread, seems to disappear. She is left with some magic and most depend on her intelligence, training and skill. Those seem very inadequate when Seelie seem to be 2 or 3 steps ahead of them at all times during the war and fractious UnSeelie seem determined to tear each apart because of old feuds rather than stand against the threat against them all. I actually liked that because I think that is very realistic. If you don't have the right leaders who in the end put aside their differences for their objective they will lose. The end of the war seemed a little anticlimactic for me. Most of the book the Unseelie are in out-manned, out maneuvered, and out-schemed. For a group in most lore and stories that are so ruthless and scheming that just didn't seem to live up to the rep. However, I did like that it was a combination of smart use of your specialty weapon, psychological warfare and two-prong approach that won the war instead of throwing everything at one point and expecting to win when you have done badly so far. Saying all that, it still seemed to end abruptly. Things weren't going that well for the Unseelie and then suddenly they won. The relationship between Roan and Cassie was missing something, but I'm not sure what. In this book, Roan believed in Cass more than she did herself most of the book. He relied on her intelligence, not just her powers and tried to make an emotional attachment to her. She did somewhat the same. But I still felt there was something missing. It ends on a happy note with most threads tied up. The dialog was smart and funny at times. It was not stilted. There were realistic elements such as the American government being willing to ally with some very nasty characters if deemed appropriate. Old feuds flaring up and people trying to advance their agenda during a time when unity is necessary for survival. Turns out the fae aren't that different than humans with their motivations, etc. The pacing was good. Cassie did not win this war on her own, or even with just Roan. Fae made sacrifices for the political good and others sacrificed their lives. It was an interesting journey for Cass but in the end love did triumph over war (and dread).

  8. 4 out of 5

    Marit

    *** 3,5 stars *** I think this is currently Crawford's best series. It's leaning towards dark urban fantasy and yes, I totally just made that up. This book is the conclusion to a four book long series, or so I hope. I really loved the start of this series, especially the first and second book. I liked Cassandra's struggle, her wit and flaws. I liked Roan even though he was a douchebag. He was mysterious. Eventually the characters' backstories become known and all thr mystery falls away, and even *** 3,5 stars *** I think this is currently Crawford's best series. It's leaning towards dark urban fantasy and yes, I totally just made that up. This book is the conclusion to a four book long series, or so I hope. I really loved the start of this series, especially the first and second book. I liked Cassandra's struggle, her wit and flaws. I liked Roan even though he was a douchebag. He was mysterious. Eventually the characters' backstories become known and all thr mystery falls away, and even Roan's personality changes for 100%. He became like a lovesick mate in the turn of a page. I disliked that Cass and Roan suddenly were mates and I disliked even more that events in the past were suddenly explained and dismissed. For example, that he didn't want anything to do with Cassandra in book 3 because he was angry that she had come back for him for other reasons than love. I didn't find the explanations credible (or well, they didn't feel that way). It felt like the author had made up excuses for Roan's behavior in the past and needed to clarify herself. Besides that, I like it when some mystery remains. The same for backstories. It was all sad and drama, but I didn't feel any kind of empathy for or connection to the characters. After ~50% I skimmed some chapters because the war thing isn't really my cup of tea in books. I liked Cassandra's personal journry, but I didn't like how it all turned into a faction war and alliances and politics. It just didn't feel real. The (new) characters involved were a little bit too flat to work, I think. Also, the tension between Roan and Cass had totally evaporated at this point, and personally, that was what made the story interesting. Even though there were many aspects that left me, well, a bit disappointed, there were nice aspects too. The book doesn't drag, the pacing really nice. The characters are witty. The writing is good and engaging. It has a happy ending (though not required for me personally). The thing is, it had potential to be better. That left me with mixed feelings. I can still recommend the series, enough people who really enjoyed it! Fun fact: I liked Odin the best of all secundary characters

  9. 4 out of 5

    Urban Fantasy Fanatic

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Hmm where to start. I was disappointed with the ending of this book, but only because I was holding out small hopes that Gabriel would some how be bought back. However the ending is done very well and leaves the reader to interpret it as they wish. The series as a whole is fast moving, with lots of content and lots happening to the lead character and heroine Cassandra. I love how Cassandra’s character develops from an insecure needy child to a completely independent badass. I like how she goes a Hmm where to start. I was disappointed with the ending of this book, but only because I was holding out small hopes that Gabriel would some how be bought back. However the ending is done very well and leaves the reader to interpret it as they wish. The series as a whole is fast moving, with lots of content and lots happening to the lead character and heroine Cassandra. I love how Cassandra’s character develops from an insecure needy child to a completely independent badass. I like how she goes a little bit dark and isn’t afraid to get things done, especially with Grendel. However she doesn’t go so dark that she loses herself. Roan through out the series I have hated, he was an arrogant, cocky douche. However he seemed to do a complete 180 in this book, as soon as Eileen was out of the picture and Cassandra declared her love he was a different person. I’m pleased that Eileen was happy in the end and felt a little sad for her, I still don’t like her though! Great story, if you like urban fantasy, romance, kickass heroines then you should read this series. I am holding out hope that there will be a spin off about Alvin and Scarlett. I wouldn’t mind seeing more character development with them and how they fit in with their contacts and various roles/professions.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Vannessa

    I loved this tie to the end of the series. Everything came together so well, but it was not an easy ride for Cassandra and Roan. The Seelie are on the war path, literally. Siofra and Abellio are determined to make Cass pay for things that have happened before, yet Cass and Roan's relationship goes from strength to strength. To defeat the Seelie, Cass needs her dread powers back - she has a trickle but ever since the loss of the Stone, she can hardly do anything with them. They also need to unite I loved this tie to the end of the series. Everything came together so well, but it was not an easy ride for Cassandra and Roan. The Seelie are on the war path, literally. Siofra and Abellio are determined to make Cass pay for things that have happened before, yet Cass and Roan's relationship goes from strength to strength. To defeat the Seelie, Cass needs her dread powers back - she has a trickle but ever since the loss of the Stone, she can hardly do anything with them. They also need to unite all the Unseelie factions, but that is a mammoth task in itself, but Cass and Roan are not ones to take no for an answer. Eventually things take a step forward, only to be thrown back again, but they get up, shake off and plow on ahead for the next obstacle. Of course, there are casualties on both sides of this fae war, but those who deserve it, get what's coming to them! I loved Cass and Roan in this book - they finally revealed their true feeling. She finally understood what it means to love someone with all your heart. And that love will get them through anything and everything! I even took a liking to Elrine once she explains her hatred of Cass, but not necessarily Cass personally. This series was a brilliant one and I highly recommend it!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Georgia

    Epic conclusion This one had my feelings all topsy-turvy. I was all over the place. So glad it ended on a good note or I would have thrown my kindle. As Roan and Cassandra's relationship strengthens, so does her place in the fae world. Cass spent the majority of the first half torn between her affections and loyalty to Roan and her loyalty to the world she grew up in. Alvin's relationship to Roan is finally brought to light as well as the reasons they are wary of each other. I was proud that Cass Epic conclusion This one had my feelings all topsy-turvy. I was all over the place. So glad it ended on a good note or I would have thrown my kindle. As Roan and Cassandra's relationship strengthens, so does her place in the fae world. Cass spent the majority of the first half torn between her affections and loyalty to Roan and her loyalty to the world she grew up in. Alvin's relationship to Roan is finally brought to light as well as the reasons they are wary of each other. I was proud that Cass was finally able to have the upper hand when it came to dealing with the secret hoarding fae and even more impressed that he let her. I few of the fae I'd grown to appreciate lost their lives but such is war. Siofra and Abellios finally get what's coming to them and the way Cass handled it was just beautiful. Scarlett also makes an appearance. I was happy that Gabriel was still mentioned and not in just a casual way like they do in tv shows. I love the way the romance and the action blends beautifully. They each get their own time to shine without the other one being masked too much. This series is amazing and a must-read but then all of C.N. Crawford's books are.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jemimah Zafoune

    The last book in the series and oh how good it was! It was the conclusion that I wanted and needed and although I wept in places I was happy for how it ended. Yes, I'm sad it's over and I really hope these two authors give us more of Cass, Roan, and the other characters (dare I hope for a book series for Alvin?) As I feel it's too good a series to just end it here, however that just may be me being greedy and wanting more if something I've really enjoyed. Whatever the authors decide to do, I real The last book in the series and oh how good it was! It was the conclusion that I wanted and needed and although I wept in places I was happy for how it ended. Yes, I'm sad it's over and I really hope these two authors give us more of Cass, Roan, and the other characters (dare I hope for a book series for Alvin?) As I feel it's too good a series to just end it here, however that just may be me being greedy and wanting more if something I've really enjoyed. Whatever the authors decide to do, I really hope they will team up again to give us more books as it's been such fun reading this series (and also some scary moments too). I've loved every bit of it, and I really loved the conclusion to this series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Brendi Willis

    Fiery, funny, and finally Cass and Roan get to kick some Sellie and get their butts kicked. I liked the world Crawford created... Cass is a great characters. I wish there would have been a bit more detail in the characters and the world of Fae. It seemed to lack some of the smoothness and futility of some of the other authors and world they have built. But Crawford wrote one check of a series and Cass is a serious but kicking women. She relies on her training and her own moral compass to get thin Fiery, funny, and finally Cass and Roan get to kick some Sellie and get their butts kicked. I liked the world Crawford created... Cass is a great characters. I wish there would have been a bit more detail in the characters and the world of Fae. It seemed to lack some of the smoothness and futility of some of the other authors and world they have built. But Crawford wrote one check of a series and Cass is a serious but kicking women. She relies on her training and her own moral compass to get thing done. She survived in a new magical world by thinking on her feet and doesn't wait around for a man to rescue her. She does the rescuing herself.. I will read all of these books and anything else written by Crawford because she knows how to surprise you.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was a little rocky for me at he beginning as Cassandra struggles to find whether her place is in the human world or with Roan (like that’s a hard choice). I found her indecisiveness a little irritating up until she sliced Grendel’s throat open and became ruler of Weala Broc House. The book def took a turn from there! So much happened in this book and the writing was so great! I can tell I really vibe with the writing style when the book plays out like a movie in my head and this whole series It was a little rocky for me at he beginning as Cassandra struggles to find whether her place is in the human world or with Roan (like that’s a hard choice). I found her indecisiveness a little irritating up until she sliced Grendel’s throat open and became ruler of Weala Broc House. The book def took a turn from there! So much happened in this book and the writing was so great! I can tell I really vibe with the writing style when the book plays out like a movie in my head and this whole series def did that. Lots of plot twists and great story telling and character development. I was beyond happy with the conclusion of the series!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Williams

    Great wrap up The final book of the series and it still kept me enticed into continuing to read and not get as much sleep as I probably needed. Overall I enjoyed this book but for rating all the books in the series I liked the third book the best. This one was obviously the wrap up novel and while a lot of things did take place it was less edge-of-your-seat climatic than the last one. It left on a good note even though a lot of loss occurs. Definitely stick with this series if you made it through Great wrap up The final book of the series and it still kept me enticed into continuing to read and not get as much sleep as I probably needed. Overall I enjoyed this book but for rating all the books in the series I liked the third book the best. This one was obviously the wrap up novel and while a lot of things did take place it was less edge-of-your-seat climatic than the last one. It left on a good note even though a lot of loss occurs. Definitely stick with this series if you made it through the first book. It’s an interesting twist on fae and human life as well as changelings and the government powers that be.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alyshia

    After reading the other books in this series and waiting for this one to come out, I have not been disappointed. This was a great way to end things. We get to see things answered and resolved. Cass has definitely grown and changed as a character. And even Roan has changed because of having her in his life. There are a few tense moments and some daunting battle scenes. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this series. A little saddened that this journey is over. But definitely glad to have read these After reading the other books in this series and waiting for this one to come out, I have not been disappointed. This was a great way to end things. We get to see things answered and resolved. Cass has definitely grown and changed as a character. And even Roan has changed because of having her in his life. There are a few tense moments and some daunting battle scenes. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this series. A little saddened that this journey is over. But definitely glad to have read these books and taken the journey with the characters.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Tindale

    Very good So when I first started the series I was very apprehensive about it it started out slow but picked up I love how the writers wrote with great details I felt like I was there an I loved the way the love between Cass an roan was like a push an pull they felt for each other but wouldn't accept it like a forbidden love lol an the way they come togathr I. The the last book just shows you how both of them grew together they went threw trials that were hard but in the end loved prevails love t Very good So when I first started the series I was very apprehensive about it it started out slow but picked up I love how the writers wrote with great details I felt like I was there an I loved the way the love between Cass an roan was like a push an pull they felt for each other but wouldn't accept it like a forbidden love lol an the way they come togathr I. The the last book just shows you how both of them grew together they went threw trials that were hard but in the end loved prevails love that it was a kick butt action an steamy love new favorite arthors.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sneha

    loved this series !! the characters are so much different from each other yet work together, the first couple of books didn't give us much into Roan's character which left me with wanting to know more. but, when we did get an insight into his nature and character as and when Cassandra did it was the best loved the magical realm and it's powers, reflection magic is cool, and so is dread power so here we have a dreamy hero and a kick ass heroine and some evil villains in play what more could one want? loved this series !! the characters are so much different from each other yet work together, the first couple of books didn't give us much into Roan's character which left me with wanting to know more. but, when we did get an insight into his nature and character as and when Cassandra did it was the best loved the magical realm and it's powers, reflection magic is cool, and so is dread power so here we have a dreamy hero and a kick ass heroine and some evil villains in play what more could one want??

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mcfynnanaol.com

    A Masterful End to a Great Series! This series was an excellent example of careful plotting with surprises, slow burn romance with surprises, magic that follows rules and no deaux extra machina. The dialogue was well written too, no immature nonsense spewed forth. The only thing I might have added is more creatures and world building, although both were well represented. I am sad to see it end but grateful it was not gratuitously padded and extended to make more money. I will be reading more from A Masterful End to a Great Series! This series was an excellent example of careful plotting with surprises, slow burn romance with surprises, magic that follows rules and no deaux extra machina. The dialogue was well written too, no immature nonsense spewed forth. The only thing I might have added is more creatures and world building, although both were well represented. I am sad to see it end but grateful it was not gratuitously padded and extended to make more money. I will be reading more from both of these authors!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    The beginning of this series was fantastic. The urban fantasy I had been hoping to find. But as the series went on, it started to jump all over the place. Sections of each book were really good but all the angsty romance stuff just seemed out of place and in some ways unnecessary. I enjoyed Roan’s “lust magic” but all of the we cannot and you are not worthy and come here, go away got really irritating. Some of the “surprises” weren’t and some twists felt a bit gratuitous. Fir me, thus series did The beginning of this series was fantastic. The urban fantasy I had been hoping to find. But as the series went on, it started to jump all over the place. Sections of each book were really good but all the angsty romance stuff just seemed out of place and in some ways unnecessary. I enjoyed Roan’s “lust magic” but all of the we cannot and you are not worthy and come here, go away got really irritating. Some of the “surprises” weren’t and some twists felt a bit gratuitous. Fir me, thus series didn’t reach its full potential.

  21. 5 out of 5

    T.

    Agent of the Fae, book 4 of the Dark Fae FBI series, started off as another extended car chase scene--metaphorically speaking (see my book 2 review), but the pace of the quest was fast and ended within a few chapters, making it a reasonable length. The plot turned out pretty good, and although I have no idea if the author plans another installment, the book ended in a good place and I was satisfied with the ending.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lena

    Although I enjoyed the book, and I though it was a great end to the series, there were some things that I didn't like. Cassandra and Roan relationship was boring and annoying and Elrine's character was inconsistent- I mean, she seemed pretty cool in the first book but then was mean and petty in the other books. I would have liked to see more of Scarlett and Alvin. The other characters were a bit flat and they didn't seem that different to each other. Still, Cassandra's a really cool character and Although I enjoyed the book, and I though it was a great end to the series, there were some things that I didn't like. Cassandra and Roan relationship was boring and annoying and Elrine's character was inconsistent- I mean, she seemed pretty cool in the first book but then was mean and petty in the other books. I would have liked to see more of Scarlett and Alvin. The other characters were a bit flat and they didn't seem that different to each other. Still, Cassandra's a really cool character and I really enjoyed the book!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Imogen Woodington

    YES! This book has so much to offer! Every story is wrapped up, every character has a great finale, and our main characters are finally happy! But it wasn't easy... This book has everything, assassins, new alliances, the loss of some amazing characters, new love, evil plots, war, and everything in between. I am finally really enjoying Cass, and its a shame its the last book but I loved everything about it :D My favourite in the series!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Great series A great ending to the series. The whole thing was go, go, go. Lots of fighting and maneuvering as well as love. It's enough to keep your emotions running amok! The series as a whole was super. Adult but not explicitly; just a little steam finally to ride those types over. Our main characters do get a happily ever after which they deserve after all the loss and hardship. I recommend this series!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Carlottawoolcock

    So good. It took me awhile to get to this series, I love CN Crawford’s style, and was reluctant ( not fearful) that I couldn’t enjoy a different co-writer. But this is a GREAT weaving of a very strong heroine into the web of a complex society. The interweave between Fae culture, precisely described in this series, and the very real events of the past e years in London and the world is excellence in writing.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Butler

    FBI FabulousBI more like! Loved, loved, loved Cass + Roans story, the whole Fae World is amazing and addictive. The characters are just wonderful, the pull and push of the good, the bad and the inbetween is blurred and amazing. The twists and turns of the plot lines are unputdownable. Highly recommend! Thank you.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Monique

    I really enjoyed this book and the series so far. It has a satisfying conclusion (so far) though I really hope there is another book in this series (I have no idea!) I particularly enjoyed the 'ass-kicking' and the romance that was finally accepted and embraced. I found it quite an easy to read book. I loved it!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Geneva Rogers

    Agent of the Far(Dark Far FBI Book 4) I chose this rating as the book is riveting, exciting,and spellbinding. I love the characters,their interaction within the plot. The numerous characters and locales. The tapestries if the differences of the Far courts. I felt as if I was inside the story. Outstanding

  29. 4 out of 5

    Elvia Ramos

    Just finished reading the entire series in 3 days. Could not put it down. Even lost lots of sleep. There was so much action and excitement throughout the entire series. CN Crawford is one of my favorite authors and again did not disappoint. Lots of twists and turns and some sadness. Keep them coming.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bekah Roberts

    Excellent ending to a wonderful series I really enjoyed reading this series. The plot was unique and engaging, and the characters were full of life and intrigue. The conclusion was excellent as well, and left me loving the characters even more. I highly recommend you read the series!

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