The DARK DIVINE series. BOOK 1: THE DARK DIVINE. I stood back and watched his movements. Daniel had that way about him that could shut me down in an. Bree Despain (born ) is an American author. Despain studied creative writing at Brigham Despain is the author of the Dark Divine trilogy and the Into The Dark trilogy. Her first novel, The Dark Divine, was published in , and the . Grace and Jude Divine have always been the poster-children for kindness and understanding. Their father is a pastor, a truly good man, and.

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But then I think in the middle of the book, strange things begin to happen and you get the feeling that this is a paranormal romance book. Someone has their shirt off. The tone is unique in a way that makes me second guess myself each page turn.

The Dark Divine by Bree Despain – book review

I guessed it about halfway through, though it wasn’t near as obvious as the “mysterious” event that made Daniel disappear. Pero si ustedes cree que la autora hizo una buena novela con estos ingredientes, se equivocan medio a medio.

Buckle up and enjoy the ride Bree takes you on as Grace is on a mission to make things right with her family, her town and with Daniel, but everything comes at a cost. Now what Daniel has is a hereditary thing, so I don’t know where Grace gets the right to be so sorrowful and blaming herself for it. I really can’t praise this book enough.

The Dark Divine

I was disappoi Brree felt that this was a book that did not need to be a paranormal romance. I wanted her to shut up with her inner turmoil and just get on with it. There’s something about him that Grace can’t fight. I couldn’t stop reading!


The Dark Divine (Dark Divine, book 1) by Bree Despain

View all 29 comments. Well, it’s not as bad as Tiger’s Cursewhere the MC “angrily” calls a guy a “wily scoundrel. Rather, I found Grace’s devotion to Daniel and her ultimate willingness to help him very touching. It’s solidly constructed and has a legitimate and interesting history behind it.

The heroine did not hide her feelings for the hero, but it never made her appear desperate or weak. It’s always a plus to have grounded, practical characters with values and a good head on their shoulders. Related Books You Might Like: Someone is stabbed in the side with a knife and bleeds. Quotes from The Dark Divine. I love Grace the main character and I have a suspicion the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. The car accident left Bree with an understanding that life was too short to not do what you absolutely love.

Retrieved from ” http: Every time I learned about what had happened to him or how he felt I just wanted to cry usually did. I mean, he was an annoying jerk. Yes, there are religious elements in this story, but I suppose I missed the memo that decided that was a bad thing. Nothing is what you except and the end will leave you wanting more. We have a kind of unusual triangle between a sister, Grace, who loves her brother J Got this as an advance review copy when I was in Philadelphia last month.

I really liked this book, and it doesn’t hurt that it takes place in my home state ; A must read, the end is eyebrow raising and will leave you wanting to snatch up The Lost Saint right after finishing it.

I’ve discovered while discussing this book, that I may have a dislike tendency for good girls as main characters. Does no one know how to give an honest answer these days? Sure they give us an actually interesting premise to go by – but they don’t do anything with it until the very end of the book.


Realmente esperaba mucho de esta novela.

I will probably start it and see how it goes. Seriously, when someone tells you they have an unwanted genetic condition, what sort of person runs home and blames herself??? There are major sparks flying between Daniel and Grace.

Grace is caught in vark sort of accepting malaise of this status quo until Daniel shows up at her high school. Did you get it filled out? I might even read the next in the series yes its a part of a series.

YA Bliss rated it liked it Shelves: I knew what it was that Daniel had done from the very first time I read the inside flap of the book. I obviously have to mention the cover was absolutely beautiful and intriguing. Daniel had that way about him that could shut me down in an instant. They seem to have everything they could want — until Daniel Kalbi returns to their lives. Good girl, studious protagonist: Grace can’t fight the pull and attraction she’s always had for Daniel and since he’s returned it’s that much more intense.

I think we can all agree that parent figures in YA are frequently absent, so it was nice to have helpful parent characters. The second half of the book kind of fell apart until the climax. After all, some very important information had been withheld from Grace, namely, what did Daniel do to make him persona non grata in her family?