An epic clash between gods and mortals threatens to tear Mytica apart . . . and prove that not even the purest of love stands a chance against the strongest of magic.
MAGNUS and CLEO are forced to test the strength of their love when Gaius returns to Mytica claiming he’s no longer the King of Blood but a changed man seeking redemption.
LUCIA, pregnant with the child of a Watcher, has escaped the clutches of the unhinged fire god. Her powers are dwindling as she goes forth to fulfill a prophecy that will keep her baby safe . . . but could mean her demise.
JONAS treks back to Mytica with a plan to overtake Amara, but fate takes hold when he runs into the beautiful Princess Lucia and joins her on her perilous journey.
AMARA has taken the Mytican throne, but with no way to unleash the water magic trapped within her stolen crystal, she’ll never be able to seize glory and get sweet revenge.
And what kind of darkness will descend–and who will be safe–after Prince Ashur reveals the dangerous price he paid to cheat death?
“Now brush your hair, lift your chin and pretend you are the most powerful person in the room.”
Yaaas, I really liked this one! I loved the change in relationship dynamic with Magnus and Cleo. While they could hardly stop arguing and disagreeing for two seconds, there was something about the angst and the tension that was just soooo good. I just loved seeing them explore that side of their relationship – and what was better, was the fact that things didn’t work out easily or perfectly.
I liked Lucia a bit more in this one. I feel like Lucia really does have multiple personalities. This is not in a way where her character develops or changes organically in different situations, it’s more that she’s just mashed together and the author can’t decide whether Lucia is going to be softhearted, cold hearted, a bad ass, a raging sociopathic bitch – and honestly the constant change is annoying and giving me whiplash.
I’m confused by some characters motivations. Maybe I wasn’t paying proper attention but what even was Olivia at the end? I’m confused.
That ending – it just felt rushed. This whole book has been fairly fast paced, but this was just too extremely fast and it felt like so much was packed into about the last 30 pages. The upside with this though, I guess, readers will be going to the next novel with all the hundreds of questions left to answer.
But I did really like this. Like I said, it was fun and fast paced and other characters – like Amara – were just so interesting. They’re not necessarily characters I love, but with Amara you have to kind of take a step back, especially as a woman, and see where she’s coming from. That is one thing I like about this – powerful women (Nerissa, Lysandra, Lucia, Cleo). It just sucks half the time they’re killed/overshadowed by the males and their needs to be “manly”.
Also – can we please protect Felix at all costs??