Review – Dark Harmony


Dark Harmony


The Bargainer #3


Laura Thalassa


Paranormal Romance


There are worse things than death. Things that lurk in the shadows and slip into your dreams. Things that have no business existing. Things that once slept … but have now awoken.
For Callypso Lillis, the fae magic that now runs through her veins is equal parts curse and good fortune. For the very thing that bonds her to Desmond Flynn, the King of the Night, also makes her vulnerable to the Thief of Souls, a man who wants to break the world … and Callie along with it.
But it’s not just the Thief whose shadow looms over the Otherworld. Des’s father is back from the dead, and he wants revenge on the son who sent him to the grave in the first place.
Des and Callie must figure out how to stop both men, and time is running out. Because there are forces at play working to tear the lovers apart once and for all … and unfortunately for them, death is no longer the worst thing to fear.


5stars rating

The last book of the series, I have put off reading this one for so long, but it was time.


Even though it was quite a while since I read the previous instalment, I got back into the story pretty quickly. We moved around a lot, but it felt easy to follow along. Such clear and detailed storytelling, I love it!

Character development:

Callie is no longer human after drinking the lilac wine, and while she and Des are fully exploring this development (and I mean fully :D), the Thief of Souls is always at the back of their minds, now together with Des’s father.
This instalment really went all the way, be prepared for some serious feels. Callie and Des find out just how far their love goes and what they would do and sacrifice for each other.
As always, the characters are so well written. It’s like they’re old friends who are standing next to you. Oh, and Temper and Malaki? I hope we get a spinoff with them!

Pacing & Flow:

Full of action, from start to end! Though there was more than enough time for all the conversations, tying up all the loose ends (though I really wouldn’t mind a spinoff or so :D)

The book itself:

The book was well written with no (noticeable) errors. There is a lot of sex described (if that is important to you).
It has 436 pages, spread over 46 chapters and is told from Callie’s point of view.

Final Thoughts:

The feels, all the feels!!! But it was a worthy end of the series. I loved this series from start to finish and highly recommend it.