Transmuted In this final installment of Cherry St Croix s adventures only one thing could compel the disgraced countess to return to Society the threat of immortality All is not peaceful in the wake of the Midn

  • Title: Transmuted
  • Author: Karina Cooper
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  • Page: 423
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  • In this final installment of Cherry St Croix s adventures, only one thing could compel the disgraced countess to return to Society the threat of immortality.All is not peaceful in the wake of the Midnight Menagerie s ruin Although the Karakash Veil has been forced to flee its stronghold, the mysterious head of the criminal organization is not content to fade away.Above tIn this final installment of Cherry St Croix s adventures, only one thing could compel the disgraced countess to return to Society the threat of immortality.All is not peaceful in the wake of the Midnight Menagerie s ruin Although the Karakash Veil has been forced to flee its stronghold, the mysterious head of the criminal organization is not content to fade away.Above the foggy drift, a priceless diamond vanishes In the dangerous Underground, a murderous rampage demands retribution The hunt for the mastermind behind these misdeeds sends me back to Society and into the unforgiving embrace of the world I d left behind.Nothing is what it seems Enemies, allies and a man who struggles with a nature even devotion cannot tame Torn between the scars of the past and fragile new beginnings, I must create balance in the world I have chosen and with the people I have come to love The game has changed should the Veil achieve the immortality it craves, I will have nowhere left to run.

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    • Karina Cooper

      After writing happily ever afters for all of her friends in school, Karina Cooper eventually grew up sort of , went to work in the real world kind of , where she decided that making stuff up was way fun true She is the author of dark and sexy paranormal romance, steampunk urban fantasy, and writes across multiple genres with mad glee One part glamour, one part dork and all imagination, Karina is also a gamer, an airship captain s wife, and a steampunk fashionista She lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with a husband, a menagerie, a severe coffee habit, and a passel of adopted gamer geeks Visit her at karinacooper, because she says so.

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    • **I received this book for free from (Carina Press) via (NetGalley) in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!! This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.***Genre* Science Fiction, Steampunk, Historical Romance*Rating* 4.0*My Thoughts*Transmuted, the sixth and final novel in The St. Croix Chronicles, finds Cherry facing the remnants of the Karakash Veil who want their own form of vengeance, while also retrieving a stolen diamond that disappeared from Her Majesty's [...]

    • See this review and others like it at Badass Book Reviews!Transmuted is the sixth and final novel in the St. Croix Chronicles and Karina Cooper has provided long-time readers with a finely crafted ending. There are no sudden superpowers or immaculate demonstrations of love thrown into this book. What we are given is a solid resolution to Cherry's story that feels authentic and right given her character arc throughout the series. Karina doesn't make everything sunshine and rainbows at the end, th [...]

    • Every time a series ends is bittersweet however it's inevitable and a fan can only hope that the resolution is satisfactory. Cherry St. Croix has bren through hell and back countless times and with every return, she's changed somehow. Looking back I'd say Cherry's found a way to balance her vulnerabilities with her strengths including letting people in. Her romance with Micajah Hawke left me wanting for more though, for some reason their intense attraction and tightly coiled sexual tension in th [...]

    • Cherry St. Croix´s life hasn´t been easy lately, and it´s not about to get easier. Forced to find a stolen diamond while trying to end the Karakash Veil, and keeping her family safe at the same time, not to mention the scandal she´s about to stir No tediousness here. With Hawke and Ashmore by her side, she´ll take on it all, and get out on top. Right?The final book in Cherry´s series, and I´m sad to see her go, but oh, what great times we´ve had <3Steampunk, action and suspense in a g [...]

    • Another marvelous series is coming to a close, Transmuted is the sixth and final book in The St. Croix Chronicles.The Midnight Menagerie is in ruins but the Karakash Veil’s plots are still riding right under the surface of London society. Nothing would send Cherry back into the arm’s of society except the new threat from the Veil and their search for immortality…especially when it strikes close to home.The lines between allies and enemies blur as Cherry traverses the complicated web the ve [...]

    • 2.5/5Right. Let me explain the low rating first.I've been a staunch supporter of this series from the very beginning. A flawed heroine, a steampunk setting, a dual life full of secrets and hidden identities, an obsession with a forbidden savage leading Karakash Veil's Menagerie. What's not to love?However, while the first two books were amazing, the rest of the series slowly went down in quality, and while my hope flared up when Cherry got cleaned up in Tempered, it promptly died with the book a [...]

    • Yessssssssss!THIS is the epic finale I was so hoping for. I can't even put all my good feelings into words.The action is there, the heartbreak is there, but most of all, the LOVE is there. It's no secret Karina Cooper is one of my favorite authors, so it should come as no surprise that I have an undying love for this under-the-radar series. Cherry is such a brilliant, strong, vulnerable, admirable, flawed, and amazing heroine. I love everything she stands for. I've been swept away by her adventu [...]

    • The final volume in The St Croix Chronicles is by far the best read yet, which is only fitting for a finale. One seven hour reading binge (broken only by the need to sleep) can testify to how easily, and utterly, I fell into this book. I have waited all series long for that experience, and it paid off tremendously. I was shocked, intrigued, overjoyed and heartbroken, and here at the end I can only say that I’m nothing short of satisfied across the boardFull review here: overtheeffingrainbow/20 [...]

    • A fitting resolution to the series, I think; I enjoyed very much seeing Cherry driving the plot and harrying her enemies, rather than being constantly harried and off-balance, as well as seeing her assert herself with those in her life who have a depressing tendency to try and be too dominant.

    • Uh? Super abusive relationships. Author does write a few poignant scenes in the series; particularly in this book between Fanny and Cherry.Ultimately this was like the worst fan-fiction ever, where the author tries to cram everything but robots in. It had so many spots there were good sprinkled in the crap but not enough to salvage the series. Such a pity.

    • lynnsbooks.wordpress/2015Just finished reading Transmuted which finishes the St Croix Chronicles by Karina Cooper.As far as ends in series go I think this particular one managed to find a happy balance whilst being realistically a little sad at the same time. It’s always sad to say goodbye to characters that you’ve grown quite attached to and with a series like this you always wonder how the author will manage to make it all work out.The St Croix Chronicles follow the story of Cherry and her [...]

    • First, can I tell you how much I love this cover art? I seriously want to frame it and hang it on my wall. I would buy Transmuted just for the gorgeous cover. But in case that’s not a good enough reason for everyone else, I guess I should also tell you about the rest of the book.The Midnight Menagerie has been destroyed, but its mysterious head, The Karakesh Veil, is still at large. And a few of the werewolf-like “beastmen” the Veil created still terrorize London Low. But Cherry St. Croix [...]

    • The sixth and final part of the St. Croix Chronicles. Cherry's development throughout the series has been a real arc. I have enjoyed seeing her fall and rise to carve out her own place in the world. Things I loved Cherry and Cage the development of the relationship was fantastic, I was a happy happy fan. Karina Cooper is a meanie because she really makes the reader work for this ending and I kind of wanted more of these two because they are hot together.I liked the way the dynamic of Cage, Cherr [...]

    • This series started out so strong, but she killed off the best character in the second book and kept on writing. There is barely anything likable about Cherry St Croix's and even sober she manages to be a FN idiot and throw herself into situations relying on her historic ass kicking abilities to save the day. Historically she has never managed to in fact, kick ass. She basically gets more capable characters caught up into fight situations. With this book specifically, nothing happened. There wer [...]

    • I loved this series, but this last book lacked a little heat, and also, I didn't love the way that things were left between Cherry and Cage. I expected a little more acknowledgement between them or something? I don't know. It was great, but not as good as the last two books.

    • OMG!THREE MORE DAYS!!Will this never end? I've been waiting for a couple hundred years now.C'mon already!*I may not survive this*

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