Book #63: Grimnirs by Ednah Walters


**The series number for this book is in chronological order. This is a full-length book of the “Runes” series**

Straight out of the psych ward, Cora just wants her life to be normal. She doesn’t want to see souls or the reapers collecting them. The guy she’s loved from a distance for years moves away without saying goodbye. So yes, she’s nursing a serious heartbreak. It’s no wonder love is the last thing on her mind when Echo storms into her life.

The chemistry between them is mind-blowing.The connection defies logic. Even better, the souls leave her alone when he is around.

Too bad Echo is the poster boy for everything she hates in a guy—hot, beautiful,and cocky. He is also a soul reaper. A Grimnir.
The very beings she wants out of her life. Maybe normal is overrated because Cora wants it all. Answers. Love. A life.

Grimnirs by Ednah Walters is the third book in the Runes series and follows Cora after the events of the second book, Immortals.

The book is right after the second book and continues with the major twist of the second book. In fact, the main conflict deals with that twist. Because I don’t want to post spoilers, I will just say that it made for great angsty and story moments.

I am a big Cora fan. Really, I love all of the characters. Cora though has this spark to her that shows how she was probably the instigator in a lot of things before the events of the first book. She’s fiercely loyal and despite the fact she was upset with Raine in the beginning, it didn’t take her long to figure out what was going on and realize that maybe Raine wasn’t in the wrong. That kind of detail really makes her an endearing character. Add the fact that she was basically the glue of the trio (in my opinion) and there’s no doubt she’s a character I love.

Echo is yummy, but I find all of the guys Ednah Walters writes to be on the sexy side. He’s very similar to Torrin; loyal, has his own code, and is arrogant. Then again, all of the guys are arrogant.

What I loved the most was another facet of Andris. Book one Andris was a dick antagonist. Book two showed some personality that could lean towards friendship. Book three showed a completely different Andris. He’s a character that grows on you.

Naturally, I’m still a huge fan. There’s no doubt I’ll be reading the next book soon.

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