For the past year, I have lived the lives (and afterlives) of these characters. In my mind, Becca and Alastor seem as real as any other person that I meet on the street. Now our relationship is over.
It's odd how sad I feel about the end of this series. It's like I'm letting go of my best friends! So while the release of Incarnate has gone very well, it's bittersweet because I know that the amazing story of Becca and Alastor has come to an end.
I have this same reaction when I reach the end of a series as a reader too. I hate to let go of characters that I love and often end up reading the same books again and again just to be with those characters again!
So, as a writer, do you mourn for your characters when a series ends? As a reader, do you hate to reach the end of a series?
Incarnate (Spiritus Series Book #3)
I moved away from him, not wanting to be anywhere near him. I was hurt and angry. Ever since that first night in my room when he appeared to me, we had been moving toward this moment. Why couldn’t he see that?
To be in a love affair with a ghost is both a fantasy and a punishment for Becca. Always searching for balance between her deep love for Alastor and her desire for a normal life, a chaotic period of impulsiveness, death, and mourning have led her to the ultimate turning point. Can she and Alastor go against the laws of nature and cheat death to be together again? And at what price?
The amazing, much anticipated conclusion to the Spiritus Series, Incarnate highlights the magic, superstition, and tragedy of this hypnotic romantic epic that has entranced readers.
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Spiritus (Spiritus Series Book #1)