Review: Lux Opposition

Lux Opposition (Opposition and Shadows), by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Okay, so, this is the final book of the Lux series. Well, Opposition is. Shadows is just bonu material, in wich you can read how Dawson and Beth met. Opposition starts of a little confusing. Especially if you haven’t read the last part in a while. Anyway, Katy is desparate to find Deamon, who, during the alien invasion dissapeared (so did Dee and Dawson. They where called or something by the other aliens.). Turns out; Deamon (and Dee) switched sides. That is, before Deamon saw Katy again. I’m not gonna tell you everything, you still have to read the book yourselves :). So, I’m just going to give you the recap:

Opposition

Katy knows the world changed the night the Luxen came. She can’t believe Deamon stood by as his kind threatened to oblitarate every last human and hybrid on earth. But the lines between good and bad have blurred.

Deamon will do anything to save those he loves, even if it means betrayal. But when it quickly becomes impossible to tell friend from foe, and the world is crumbling around them, they may lose everything to ensure the survival of their friends…and mankind.

Shadows is an bonus you get. It tells the story of Dawson and Beth, and how it all began. Of course this is also a sweet love-story, but it’s nothing compared to the story of Katy and Deamon. Maybe it’s because I’m prejudice (I love the Katy-Deamon couple), or because Shadows is a lot shorter, which makes everything a bit abrupt. So; nice extra, but not at good as the rest.

Shadows

The last thing Dawson Black expected was Bethany Williams. To him human girls are…well, fun. But since the Luxen have to keep their true identaties a secret, falling for one would be insane. Dangerous.

Bethany can’t deny the immidiate connection between her and Dawson. And even though boys aren’t a complication she wants, whenever they lock eyes, she’s drawn in. Captivated.

Dawson can’t stop risking everything for one human girl. Or stop a fate that is as unavoitable as love itself.

This is the last time I write about the Lux-series. Next time: the Darkest Power trilogy, by Kelley Armstrong. Hope you’ll like it!

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