Fearless (Avena, #3)by Marianne Curley

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Synopsis
Ebony and Nathaneal were in love before they were even born.… Torn apart and kept in different worlds, will they finally reunite in this exquisite conclusion to Hidden and Broken? 

Ebony was kept hidden on Earth for sixteen years, unaware that she was an angel. Unaware that her true soulmate, Nathaneal, was searching for her. Now ready to claim her rightful place with him, in a cruel twist of fate Ebony is captured and imprisoned in a version of hell.

Knowing that Nathaneal will come for her, Ebony is determined to fight against the evil that holds her prisoner. As long as she has Nathaneal’s love, Ebony has nothing to fear. Can Nathaneal break through the gates of hell? Will these long-lost lovers finally reunite and fulfil their destiny?

 Review

Fearless is the final book in the Avena Series by Marianne Curley.

In Fearless  we see Ebony kidnapped  from Earth and taken to hell. With her world turned upsidedown she now must now deal with the possibility that she may never see the ones she loves again
Jordan struggles with the guilt over his role in Ebonys kidnapping and is willing to sacrifice everything to make it up to the ones he loves. But by far the biggest betrayal will come from someone they never expected.

There are aspects of Fearless that remind me of Hades by Alexandra Adornetto. Angel taken to hell and must fight to not only keep her wits but for her survival. However unlike in Hades I found that the flow of Fearless was more consistent and kept you engaged.

I found the underlining message in  Fearless to be a simple one Love. Love is what seems to keep the characters together and keep their world turning. Whether it is Nathaneal fighting to bring Ebony home or the love that courses a mother to sacrifice herself  for her child.

Fearless is the perfect conclusion to this beautiful series. 
If you are looking to start to read YA fiction or looking for your first step into paranormal fiction then this is the perfect series for you.

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