I wish I knew when I requested to review this book on NetGallery that it was actually the third book in the series. That would have helped with understanding the whole background of what was going on.
I was honestly lost during some parts and wanted to kick myself for not researching this book on Goodreads before undertaking it and trying to understand it. Those of you who are like me and plan on reading this book then I highly suggest you read the two books before picking up "Rapture's Edge."
Otherwise, aside from background clueless nativity, everything else was easy to understand. I thoroughly enjoyed myself in this hidden world of love, magic, mystery, and danger.
Eliana and Demetrius' chemistry has this uncanny feeling of surrealism. I know that description sounds weird and incomplete but that's the best that I could come up with besides using the word "soul mates".
I know that their relationship isn't a walk in the park as a war is raging and Eliana has some major trust issues towards Demetrius BUT I couldn't help but like their rifts and banters and root for them the entire time.
Another theme that highlighted "Rapture's Edge" for me was the secondary characters like Mel, Eliana's BFF and strong supporter of "Elitrus." <3
I highly recommend "Rapture's Edge" and will now go back and buy the other two previous installments while patiently awaiting for the arrival of book 4. Bye!!