"A family destroyed. A love threatened. An enemy returns."
The Lost Saint is the sequel to The Dark Divine and the one before The Savage Grace, which I have to say I am looking even more to reading! The Lost Saint is a bit hazy as we kind of lose a bit of Grace and Daniel through a bit chunk of the story, which being a huge Daniel and Grace fan makes me sad. However, Grace grows as a character a wolf.
Grace learns to hone in on her wolfy skills. Uncharacteristically, Daniel is nowhere around for most of this time. A new friend, Talbot, comes into play and new loyalties are questioned and drawn as Grace also tries to find her brother Jude.
As it turns out, Daniel has his own secret he is hiding that he doesn't want Grace to know about it. However, she does find out it near the end and and we wonder if we are losing Daniel for good. Does the wolf claim everyone?
Grace's best girlfriend, whom she thought she lost over losing Jude to the wolf, she gains back and has her help in support, searching for Jude, bejeweling her stake and accessorizing her outfit. It adds some superhero and friendship fun to the book that I enjoyed a lot.
It really is a great wolf story, it just takes a little while to play out and is going in several places so that you have to really keep reading or rather listening, as I actually listened to it on audio from the Fresno County Library even though I also own a hard copy. It is definitely a great read though, I recommend and am looking forward to the third book of the trilogy!