Last Rite (Personal Demons, #3) by Lisa Desrochers

Last Rite (Personal Demons, #3)

In this final installment of the thrilling, edgy Personal Demons series, the battle between Heaven and Hell has become critical, and Frannie Cavanaugh is right at the center of it. With the help of the powerful angel Gabe and demon-turned-mortal Luc, Frannie has been able to stay one step ahead of the forces of Hell. But when the demons killed Frannie's best friend and destroyed her brother, they raised the stakes. If Frannie wants to keep her fa...


Details Last Rite (Personal Demons, #3)

TitleLast Rite (Personal Demons, #3)
ISBN9780765328106
Author
Release DateMay 8th, 2012
PublisherTor Teen
LanguageEnglish
GenreParanormal, Angels, Demons, Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance, Supernatural, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Magic
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Reviews Last Rite (Personal Demons, #3)

  • Ferdy
    2012-06-16
    SpoilersFrannie Cavanaugh’s life hasn’t been the same since millennia old demon, Luc walked into her life – she’s since found out that her father’s a fallen angel making her a Nephilim, she discovered that she has the power to Sway demons,angels and humans to do whatever she wants and she fell in love for the first time. Luc was sent by Lucifer to seduce Frannie in order to send her to hell, he failed to follow through with Lucifer’s ...
  • Jennifer Armentrout
    2012-01-14
    Oh, wow... wow, wow, wow. Loved this. *Snuggles Book*
  • Alec John
    2011-09-27
    So there were numerous reasons why I didn't like this final book. I never thought I would give this book a three star--well here you go.In this whole series, Gabe has been my favorite. I fell in love with him the second he came into the picture, and this book ruined everything, every love (or lust) I had for this character. His relationship with Frannie meant more to me than Luc ever did--and Lisa Desrochers blew this up in my face.Ever since the...
  • Marie
    2012-05-21
    Mind-blowing! Gabe is just so damn cute not too mention hot, loveable, sweet, funny.... Well you get the picture!!I can't believe what happened to him there at the end!! Pity! He changed for the best throughut all these books and you watch him get to grips with all of these new emotions and experiences and he ends up fit back to where he was at the beginning! Wow yeah brilliant ending though-not perfect- but yeah.We finally get to see some 'magic...
  • Sophie Riggsby / allthingsequilateral
    2010-08-27
    Review published on Mundie Moms on 5/18/2012*Dear Frannie, When I read Personal Demons, I had to write a letter to Luc because, well a) I’m a Mundie Mom and b) Demon Boys usually spell trouble. But, Luc was lovely and conflicted and oh, Frannie, I know you know exactly what I’m talking about. And yes, he still spelled t-r-o-u-b-l-e.Katie wrote a letter to your author, Lisa Desrochers, after she finished Original Sin, because let’s face it, ...
  • Cassandra Frederick
    2014-01-02
    I can’t believe I’m actually giving this one less than five stars. After enjoying Personal Demons and Original Sin so much, I was expecting the final book in this series to be amazing. But Last Rite was a let down for me. Almost nothing happened in the first half of the book. Pretty much all Frannie, Luc and Gabe did was obsess over their tragic love lives, which annoyed me. You’d think that with the army of hell after them, they’d have m...
  • Pam
    2011-07-11
    GoodReads Synopsis: In this final installment of the thrilling, edgy Personal Demons series, the battle between Heaven and Hell has become critical, and Frannie Cavanaugh is right at the center of it. With the help of the powerful angel Gabe and demon-turned-mortal Luc, Frannie has been able to stay one step ahead of the forces of Hell. But when the demons killed Frannie's best friend and destroyed her brother, they raised the stakes. If Frannie ...
  • Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru
    2012-01-29
    I'm not sure how I feel about this finale. I'm really quite torn. I was so freaking frustrated while reading this book. Luc wouldn't open up, but at least he was the only one of the MCs not doing anything overly stupid. Frannie kept lying and hiding things and Gabe didn't even try to keep himself from being changed mortal. I really wanted to throttle Frannie and Gabe. Eventually, I wanted something bad to happen so that they would stop being such...
  • Aydrea
    2010-09-19
    Wow this book was crazy, there was so much going on! The beginning was super emo especially with Luc & Frannie, I actually kind of wanted to smack them both for the way they were acting! And it was also super annoying how dependent Frannie was on Gabe. And the worst part is she knew what she was doing to him and she felt bad, but yet she did it anyway! Frannie is quite a frustrating character in this book, but she does some pretty BA things to be...
  • Nandanie
    2011-12-22
    It's over....and there is a big hole in my heart because of it. The ending couldn't be any more perfect, however, the fact that Daniel is Frannie's guardian angel-ew....it's intriguing. I love the fact that Luc and Frannie get MORTAL bodies, but are IMMORTAL-Meaning that they will be forever and ever, in the same bodies that they fell in love with-that is like the icing of my double chocolate cake! And Gabe, I feel sorry for him because he is a D...
  • Paola
    2011-11-09
    5 stars out of 5Oh my god! This book just left me speechless, like for real. Okay, so this is the end of one of the best series I've ever read. It made me feel everything, I laughed, cried, gasped, went all crazy and even felt lust lol.So in this last book of Personal Demons; Frannie, Luc and Gabe go on this journey where they have to run away from everything because they are being chased by Hell. I'm gonna be honest, I didn't quite remember what...
  • Marulett
    2011-08-06
    Great finale for an a very very very very good series!! Frannie just kicks some major ass and everything works out in the end. Amazingly well written, I couldnt put it down, this one is seriously a page turner.If you havent read this series, shame on you...youre missing on a great story, a unique female lead and of course ubber yummy bad and good boys. You can start the Personal Demons roller coaster with Personal Demons and continue with Origina...
  • Kiki
    2011-08-03
    Lisa D. did such an amazing job with the last book in the PD series. I was moved to tears with the agonizing exchanges between Frannie and Luc, and every moment they spent apart was like a waste of a second in hell. There were moments where I just wanted to look the other way when Frannie and Gabe got close; he's my pure angel. :) I didn't want him tainted.Fans of this series will not be disappointed as we come to understand Frannie's power of Sw...
  • Aphrodite
    2012-05-20
    woow....... Ill miss you guys:(
  • Joti
    2011-10-17
    OMFGGG SHAME ON ME FOR HAVING BOUGHT THE BOOK OVER A YEAR & A HALF AGO & NOT READING IT OMGGGG THIS ENDING WAS CRAZY AWESOME!!Frannie, Luc & Gabe leave Haden, fighting their way out & Frannie's broken up over Taylor's death as well as Luc's accidental betrayal with Lilith & they're all blaming themselves for something & feel at fault - and now that Luc's mortal & not a demon, he's also powerless. THey go to this beach house place where they meet ...
  • Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids
    2012-01-15
    reviewed for MM's by SophieDear Frannie, When I read Personal Demons, I had to write a letter to Luc because, well a) I’m a Mundie Mom and b) Demon Boys usually spell trouble. But, Luc was lovely and conflicted and oh, Frannie, I know you know exactly what I’m talking about. And yes, he still spelled t-r-o-u-b-l-e.Katie wrote a letter to your author, Lisa Desrochers, after she finished Original Sin, because let’s face it, Katie was in still...
  • Grace Fonseca
    2012-04-30
    Book Review: Every time a series comes to an end, I feel a bit of sadness. This book had so much in it. It felt like a journey had ended. I mean it utterly made me feel so many emotions. My emotions were pulled in every direction as I was reading this book. Excitement, happiness, OMG moments, sadness and tears at times, surprises that were unexpected. Books that are truly awesome do this. They make you feel something. What each character does in ...
  • Katie
    2010-07-30
    SPOILER ALERT: If you haven't read the first two books in this trilogy this review will contain spoilers.Last Rite is the perfect ending to the Personal Demons trilogy. Lisa Desrochers tied everything up nicely and I was left with a smile on my face. While I'm sad to say goodbye to the great characters I'm completely satisfied with the way things ended.Frannie is just as kick-ass as ever but she isn't quite as spunky as she was in the previous bo...
  • Lynsey
    2010-10-11
    I was incredibly lucky to win the last ARC of Last Rite from Lisa Desrochers herself many months ago now and I immediately devoured the book in one sitting. I’m a HUGE fan of this book series and it goes without saying that if you haven’t read Personal Demons or Original Sin, please go no further as you will encounter spoilers.If you’re still with me, you’ll know that this is the last book in the trilogy which makes it a bittersweet readi...
  • Kelly Hager
    2012-05-14
    I read the first two books in this trilogy last year, in fairly quick succession. I read the first book a week or two before BEA and was full of hope that I'd be able to get book two at BEA, saving me from having to wait a few extra weeks to read it. (I was not that lucky.) Fast forward to now, a year later. I still love this series, one of the most fun paranormal YA offerings in recent memory. I love Frannie and her two potential boyfriends, Luc...
  • Pedmy
    2012-06-26
    I think this book was great.My dislikes (said briefly):1. I find Frannie acting like an idiot throughout a large chunk in the middle. 2. Luc goes back and forth from being lovley and charming to trying to get Frannie to hate him (make up your mind please). 3.A random character who I was starting to like and wanted to get to learn more about dies. The sisters are both helpful and not really. By this I mean they have potential but hardly ever get t...
  • Radiant
    2012-06-23
    Atlast...i got a chance to read and finish this book and i enjoyed the last series fully..Frannie is with Luc and Gabe away from family in a safe place...is it?Nope bcoz who they all want to avoid the most is messing with Fannie's mind and is confusing her more than ever...Luc is determined to save Frannie even if costs hating her and Gabe wants to save her even though that means him turning mortal..And Frannie is sucked in the mysterious nightma...
  • Jenny
    2012-07-12
    Last Rite picks up immediately following the events of Original Sin, sparing us barely a moment to take a deep breath before we’re launched into the middle of the ongoing battle between Heaven and Hell. Those who may be a little foggy on the details of book two may want to consider rereading the concluding chapters at the very least, as Ms. Desrochers spends very little time reintroducing characters and events, instead focusing on moving things...
  • Carina
    2012-03-21
    Meh. The characters didn't really evolve for my liking. It actually felt like they moved backwards instead of forward. The love triangle, turned into, a love disaster, really. And I was extremly unhappy about it. I also kept rolling my eyes at so much "It's all my fault, I have to stay away from everyone" coming from all the characters and I mostly kept reading, cause I wanted this to be over already.I thought there was gonna be some growth in th...
  • Jessica
    2013-07-02
    Had the potential to be sooo much better! I couldn't even get through the first twenty pages.
  • Ellelou
    2013-09-24
    2.5 stars
  • Lauren
    2017-06-01
    I loved this series so much. This book was a spectacular ending to the story. It was better than I thought it could be at the beginning, and just grew betterererer (I know that isn't a word but the emphasis is needed for Last Rite). Frannie goes through a lot, and Luc gets to be his awesome self through it all. Though, my favorite character to appear in this book might have to be Lucifer. His appearance was grand, and how Desrochers made him was ...
  • Jessica
    2011-08-30
    This was a tough one for me. I greatly enjoyed the first two books in the series, but had some trouble getting through this one. First, the things I liked: This one is again told from the alternating first-person perspectives of the 3 main characters, Frannie, Luc, and Gabe. While I like this aspect for story telling purposes because it allows you to know what's going on in the personal thought processes of each character, and it allows you to ge...
  • Katie - The Literary Files
    2011-12-15
    As soon as I finished book two, Original Sin, I knew the wait for Last Rite, was going to be complete torture! I was fortunate enough to receive an advance reader's copy from the author which I immediately dug into almost the day it got here. I'm totally bummed that this awesome trilogy is over, but I honestly wouldn't have wanted it to end any other way.I absolutely love the main characters in this book and how Lisa Desrochers flawlessly wrote i...