7 White Witch Black Curse (2009)
10 A Perfect Blood (2/2012)
10.5 Into the Woods: Tales from the Hollows & Beyond (compilation of shorts) (10/2012)
BOOK 11: Ever After
As I look back on the series, I think that Trent may have changed even more than Rachel. He began as the evil antagonist—a drug-dealing, murdering, cut-throat business tycoon. Then, as he and Rachel began to interact, even saving each other's lives a few times, he became sort of an anti-hero. Now he's Rachel's soul mate, for the first time living a life that he really enjoys. Although it was fun to watch the two of them battle one another so viciously in the early books, it's also great to see them together: two smart and powerful people who have learned the hard way that going it alone isn't the best way to live.
Even Al makes some major personality adjustments (and life-style alterations) in this novel as he deals with the large-scale and personal changes that occur in his life. To give you a clue as to how great those changes are, here's a word that describes Al in one part of this book: babysitter. Doesn't that concept alone make you want to read the book?
Here are some of my high and low ratings for the series:
Most complicated friendship: Rachel and Ivy
Most loyal friend: Quentin