The Dark Divine
From Library Staff
Grace, almost 17, learns a dark secret when her
childhood friend returns, upsetting her pastor-father and the rest of her family, around the time strange things are happening in and near their small Minnesota town. (Part of a series)
Grace hasn’t seen Daniel since the fight he had with her brother, almost killing him. When he suddenly returns and Grace can’t fight her feelings for Daniel, her family is almost ripped apart. Even more troubling is the secret that Daniel has hidden from her, the reason he left so many years ago,... Read More »
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I loved The Dark Divine! I found it dark, mysterious and enthralling. Once I started reading it, I had a hard time putting it down. The author opened my eyes as to what it would be like to be a pastor's daughter and the constraints put on them. I have to admit, I went into this book not knowing what sort of paranormal twist it would have, and I liked not knowing...so i won't share that with you either so you can have the same experience.
Daniel definitely filled the need for the dark, mysterious bad boy that has secrets galore, but he was also kind and thoughtful which rounded out his character nicely. I thought this book was well written and the characters nicely developed. I am not sure if there will be a sequel to this book or not, but I am praying there will be as I need to know what happens to Jude.
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“1). I wanted a normal family. With a Mother who put her child first, a a Father who was steady and kind and didn't make me tremble in my bed at night. I wanted a family like yours. I wanted to be Daniel Divine – by Daniel Kalbi 2). You can fight Grace, you can turn this curse into a blessing. You can become the hero. You can become truly divine – Daniel Kalbi to Grace Devine.”
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