Requiem

Reverie Trilogy, Book 3

I thought that I had everything all figured out. I could almost see it all playing out, but I was wrong. The author shocked me. I love it when that happens! The ending of the book left me completely satisfied, shocked, and chilled to the bone.

Shelley

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Matthew and Julia Ayers are happy at last, settled in their new home with their son and flourishing musical careers. And with Jeremy Corrigan playing in an orchestra halfway across the country, they finally feel a sense of peace and security.

That’s exactly what Jeremy is counting on.

Enraged when he is caught in a compromising situation, he refocuses his energies on the people he holds responsible for his languishing career. Believing that “There is an art to destroying a life,” he sets out with cool determination to destroy those who have betrayed him.

No one is safe from his wrath.

The eternal struggle between good and evil play out with horrifying consequences in Requiem.