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As well, I really liked the idea of witch and demon matches, and that demons aren’t naturally evil here! Although some might be malicious just as human beings can be malicious. In a witch and demon pair, the witch has more magical abilities but the demon has more power that their witch can draw upon. They’re like shifter fated mates too, as there is only one witch for each demon and one demon for each witch. Many of these pairings become romantic partners, as you may have expected.
The setting descriptions were rich, at times even luxurious, so I never felt lost in a scene. Yet, sometimes the amount of description slowed the story down. Or maybe I’ve just gotten used to rip-roaring fast-paced books with very little setting description.
North and Alex were reasonably developed characters, both with pasts, fears, insecurities, and desires. But North seemed the more 3D of the two, maybe because he’s the first person narrator of the story and you can see all his thoughts. Their romance was sweet and touching, and the boys made it clear to the reader what personality traits they fancy in one another. So this isn’t some superficial physical attraction, thank goodness.
Another thing I appreciated was the theme that even bad guys can have their good moments.
The magic in this world was interesting and engaging to read about, and I don’t just mean the demon-witch pairings.
All in all, a lovely read! I want to read the prequel on James and Ambient later on too.
2) I found this book to be a joy to read with its engaging plot, interesting MCs and cast of supporting characters. Easy to follow, despite having not read book 1, which I will be doing very soon, and full of suspense, atmosphere and plot, plot, plot.
3) This was a great read and an excellent follow up of book one in the Another Healing series. I really liked the main characters from the beginning and could not help but cheer them on as they searched for their HEA.