- File Size: 871 KB
- Print Length: 335 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Thirteen Pages Press (November 21, 2012)
- Publication Date: November 21, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ABNKH7W
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #259,236 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Obviously, I fell in love with the series. Enough so that I bought the third book and read it the same weekend. The wait for Blooms of Concequence was agonizing.
It was worth the wait. I cannot give anything away as I would not be able to live with myself. All I can say is be sure to clear you afternoon. I found it so hard to put this book down that I carried my Kindle with me everywhere until I had finished. There could not have been a more satisfying ending to this tale.
I was so excited to read this book and found that every page I turned felt like a continuation of this odyssey. I was so proud of Quinn. She was everything a heroine should be. William was, as ever, her Prince Charming. His love gave her strength. The families I loved, just as in Seeds of Discovery.
I felt that this series was perfect for a young adult reader.
This book created the conclusion of this story arc and opened the door for a follow up novella, A Rose for Christmas.
This book is where Quinn has to finally decide if she is going to continue living on Earth with her mom, half brother and sister, and her step dad or will she move to Philotheum, the kingdom her father came from on another world. She is torn between the family she knows and loves and the family she wants to have, i.e. being with William Rose and his family. The third book was where William and Quinn acknowledged their love for one another, but this book is where their love truly blossoms. After a huge fight with her mother where she learned the truth about her father, Quinn runs off to Eirentheos to try to understand who she really is and where she wants her life to be. Things are made more difficult with the impending war between the two kingdoms of which Quinn is the one person that could put a stop to it. How might a sixteen year old girl stop a war you might ask? Well Quinn is the heir to the throne in Philotheum. If she takes back her birthright, the prince there that is bringing about all this chaos would no longer have any ground to cause war. There's one other small detail. The people of Philotheum believe in a prophecy where the two kingdoms will be united by marriage by the true heir. So now Quinn must also worry about whether she and William should get married to fulfill what her people would expect of her.
It's a fabulous book. A YA series that I highly recommend for all ages if you enjoy fantasy.
Read more reviews at Identity Discovery blog.
Enough of this! There is more to read - another book . . . . .