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- Publication date : June 30, 2020
- File size : 8583 KB
- Publisher : Wanderlost Publishing (June 30, 2020)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Print length : 460 pages
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B0829B3796
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #6,845 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The first book does a great job of building up friendships. It is not action packed like most of the books from the other seasons, but that just shows the amazing versatility of the author. This book is absolutely awesome! Not just for the storyline, but also because it shows the author's appreciation for her readers. You'll see what I'm talking about when you read the books if you are part of her facebook group. If you're not, go join the Chandwitches.
What I loved about this book was that it was really fun! Saffie, Savannah, and Gigi were great. It reminded me of my high school days with my girlfriends. I found myself laughing out loud a lot which is much needed right now.
The love story?! Hot stuff! Cannot wait to see where that goes. The history between the two is incredible and I'm really looking forward to seeing how that goes.
Chandelle is known for having twists in books and she definitely had those in this book. I loved the unexpected twists that were fun and not sad or bad.
Reading Chandelle's books is always so refreshing because the worlds she builds are not only amazing, but the characters are people you wish were your friends.
The breaking of the curse sent Saffie back to Salem, where she woke up with anemia. Which means everything we thought we knew about her was now out the window, which was a game changer for sure. Saffie’s personality doesn’t go away, but it does evolve into a beautifully written vulnerable heroine. Her determination, grit, and positive attitude are still there. She is still learning about the world around her but without the help of the coven, which is fantastic. Please don’t get me wrong I love the coven members. I just appreciate the beautifulness of Saffie learning about herself and who she is without someone saying things like that is not how you use to do it. To circumvent this, two new characters were introduced Gigi and Savannah, who befriend Saffie and show her what she has been missing while cursed (unbeknown to them) to an amusement park for centuries.
Riah is one of my absolute favorite heroes. He is so conflicted between duty and his feelings for Saffie. As a fae knight, Riah has been tasked by the Fae Prince Thorne to watch over Saffie has done so for three hundred years. Can you imagine? Watching over someone for three hundred years, the emotions/ feelings that may develop? Not only that but knowing also that she is meant for another. There is a plan, and he has to stick to the plan. He tries to protect her throughout the book as well as push her away. The back and forth should have given me whiplash instead it was explained in such a way that I completely got why he was running hot and cold. It made sense so much so that I couldn’t image him doing anything else expect what he did. The chapters that were in Riah point of view sets the background for their relationship and how he plays into Saffie’s story.
The author has a way of making sure that the secondary characters have a voice to be heard. They bring an added dimension to this story, which allows their friendship with Saffie to grow organically. Landrea makes the perfect mentor for Saffie, having fostered other teens. The cameos from other Coven members were an added bonus. My favorite being that of Cooper whose presence in this addition shows the growth that a secondary character can undergo throughout a series if the author is just that damn good. This author really is.
When I say this book brought all the feels, I mean all the feels. The first three chapters my heart was racing, my breath was short and I was in a panic. I read this in one sitting and came to regret that decision. It was over way to soon which is saying something since the book was 454 pages long. It ends in a cliffhanger that leaves you asking where the next page is.
As usual the pacing, the characters and storyline were perfect, with lots of action and intrigue. And that ending....well you're going to have to read it to find out. I loved it!
Top reviews from other countries
Awakened in a scary world, chased by a Gorgeous man, oh did I tell you he had eyes to die for? OK, scrub that, my life is now mixed up and confused. Pinch me I am dreaming is the best way to describe this rollercoaster of a novel.
Sit back, enjoy the interactions of someone who has NO experience of our life. Watch the magic of the page create a canvas to be populated.
Read, love, enjoy.
I loved the twists, the way Chandelle draws such vivid pictures of the world she has created, the way everything previously leads you to this moment or that moment and you get the oooh that's why moment over and over again.
I love all of the books and am praying for an earlier release date for the next in the season as what a cliffhanger!!!!