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Betrayed by Magic: a New Adult Fantasy Novel (The Baine Chronicles Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Betrayed touches on some of the major "feelers" in our lives, and Jasmine does such a great job of being realistic in her characters' responses to these. That's such an important aspect in fiction, and too often I read something that seems so promising only to fall flat. Not this series!! I especially love the relationship that rocks with Sunaya and her Man! Perfectly balanced in regards to the intimacies that take place, and the writing is always honest and true.
The writing is flawless as usual. The fantastic humor is always a hit! And there's some funky Mage action in this one! I like how we get to see that aspect in play this time around.
I so look forward to reading what happens next! Seems like we're about to go on a major ride in the next installment, and I can't wait!!
I have thoroughly enjoyed this series from the first book. I highly recommend starting from the beginning if you are just jumping into this series, as each book adds considerable depth to the story.
I love this series, so I was already anticipating this new release and going in with a lot of expectation. Thing started out great, milked the romance and sexy times, and I enjoyed the way everything seemed so nice and calm before they headed out to conquer the next big thing. I was really interested and ate up the pages, but when it looked like this whole book was just going to be about them rescuing one of their own (I don't like this person, so it wasn't exactly a gripping thing for me) I began to lost interest. I still read the thing in a few sittings, but still, I was hoping I'd devour this book like I did the last installment. This one felt a lot like the second book: great, but not really tackling the big picture. I could probably skip this and still be in the loop with the series' main idea.
I have loved watching Sunaya Baine grow up in Books 1-5. She started out as a spoiled brat, and as book 5 comes to a close, she is turning into a very responsible adult. It has also been interesting watching her grapple with and develop the mage side of her personality. The author's ability to develop her characters is really what holds this series all together.
Great characters, compelling action, and a bit of magic and mayhem - what more could you ask for in a series?
Sunaya is a compelling character with the usual orphan back short-term shunned by most, loved by few, but mentored by a caring loner. Now she's collecting an interesting bunch of allies and the world continues to widen as the focus of the protagonist narrative evolves and we discover more about the nefarious plot(s?) to be overcome. It's a bunch of fun reads that are over all too quickly. Thankfully the young author is cranking these short yarns out with reckless abandon. Even here it is worth mentioning the surprisingly low price for each book and the rapidity of her production. I'll keep reading as long as she keeps writing.