Atten: slight spoilers ahead!
Feversong, the final installment in the Fever series, wraps up Mackayla and Barrons storyline. At the end of Feverborn, Mackayla has to use the Sinsar Dubh to save Jada/Dani’s life, and becomes possessed. Finally! We knew we were heading to this conclusion and that Mac would have to be possessed in order to conquer this evil. She did it in spectacular cannibalistic fashion. Yuck! However, after becoming evil incarnate, the rest of the Scooby gang led by the incomparable Barrons, is determined to help her overcome the odds and get free.
Barrons is fierce in his love for Mackayla, and she for him. Mac figured out at one point in this book, why Barrons always calls her Ms. Lane, and that realization is one of the most romantic things. He has always known what she has been capable of, and has allowed her to grow into her power and find her true self. She “becomes” Mackayla, instead of Ms. Lane.
Jada/Dani, a character that I liked but did not love, finally becomes one I can admire. She allows herself to love, and in finding love, resolves a lot of inner turmoil and becomes Dani again. The one part of the storyline that was not resolved, and I wasn’t unhappy about it, was the unresolved feelings between Dani and Ryodan. A future novella maybe?
Gosh, there are so many characters in this series. Too many to go over in this review, and truly I wouldn’t want to ruin those surprises anyways. I will say, that this was a great ending to a series that I truly enjoyed. Barrons, in particular, has been one of my favorite growly, acerbic, silent but deadly leading men, and I will miss him. ❤❤❤❤❣
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