Finale (Hush Hush #4)
By Becca Fitzpatrick
4.5 out of 5
The much anticipated conclusion to the Hush Hush saga (even if I'm still holding out for an Encore). Nora is forced to lead the Nephilim army, and the fact that she is dating a fallen angel is not going to go over well. But no worries, Nora stages a fake break up with Patch, and begins a fake relationship with the Black Hand's right hand man, Dante. What could go wrong? Nora is just looking for peace for all sides, but with each passing moment, that seems less and less likely to happen. How will Nora lead the Nephilim army to peace, fulfill her oath to the Black Hand, and end up with her epic love, Patch?
I have loved this series from it's first few pages, and I am so sorry to see it end. Nora and Patch's world was such an exceptional place to live in, even if for only a little bit. As far as a series ender, this book did it's job excellently. The series had a proper ending, in traditional fallen angel/Nephilim fashion, including blood, danger, and never ending love. My heart goes out to Scott (oh Scott!)--my one regret. I must say, that I love how throughout the entire book, Patch refers to Nora as "my girl", got to say that that is drop dead sexy. I loved this book, and I especially loved the series. Hopefully waiting for an Encore, but it doesn't look likely given how well the book was ended, and the epilogue on the end. But keep your fingers crossed, and I will gladly read anything else Becca Fitzpatrick writes.