The Pagan Stone is the conclusion to the Sign of Seven trilogy (see Blood Brothers & The Hollow). Gage Turner, Caleb Hawkins, and Fox O'Dell have been friends all their life. On the eve of their tenth birthday they went to the Pagan Stone to go camping. There they did a ritual and become blood brothers and unwittingly releasing a demon. Every seven years, in the seventh month, on the seventh day the demon comes out and terrorizes Hawkins Hollow for seven days.
Fast forward 21 years. With the help of Cybil Kinski, Quinn Black, and Layla Darnell the three "brothers" will fight the demon once more. But this time it's for keeps. The demon has been gaining strength and this is the year that it will end one way or the other. The 6 friends must beat the demon.
If you have read the first two books then you already knew that Cybil and Gage would get together and fall in love. That much is obvious but there are definitely enough twists and turns in the plot about the demon to keep you hooked. I read this book in two days because I couldn't put it down. I would definitely recommend the series.
The book was good, but the ending felt sort of anti-climactic to me. Typical Norah Roberts book - entertaining, easy read without much substance.
I thought this was a good end to the trilogy. It was predictable, but there were enough twists and "unknowns" that I didn't know how the final outcome would be reached. Excellent story! I thought, though, that there was more emphasis on the love relationships than there was in the first two books and less on the "supernatural". That was a little disappointing to me, but it was still a good conclusion to a great trilogy.
Book three in Sign Of The Seven trilogy. Everything ends as expected but it was fun getting there.
I thought I knew how it would end, I kept trying to guess the outcome, but I was wrong! Great ending to the trilogy. It's one of those stories you wish could keep going on. You won't be disappointed.