- File Size: 4617 KB
- Print Length: 156 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 19, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07NZWY4NV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,364 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The fact that this ends with a cliff-hanger right in the middle of an exciting scene is even more annoying!
The plot and writing are good but I don't care for purchasing segments of a book. It appears (from reading the reviews) that book 2 is the same - just a segment of a novel but triple the price of book 1. No thanks. I'm done. Perhaps when all of the segments are finished and put into one book and priced appropriately I'll reconsider reading this. At this rate if it takes 4 or 5 segments to create the novel you'll be paying $10 or $13 for one complete story.
Unfortunate that Lily Archer would do this. ☹️
This is a typical story of destiny-mates which is a popular trope, though the acceptance part always leaves me scratching my head. This is no different. But, it had promise. The characters are interesting.
My main problem is that I feel cheated that at no point was it indicated that this is NOT THE FULL STORY. It's a serial and leaves on a cliff hanger where you need to pay again and again to get each installment until the entire story is told. These type of books should be clearly marked. People should know going in that it's not a full story. It's unfair to the reader.
The progress in the story is slow but busy in character building which I liked because it was done so well. On the other hand, I have read the first 2 books and haven't made much progress on the story arc.
The world building itself is intriguing. The heroine wakes up in the fae summer realm which she didn't know existed and wasn't sure how she arrived there. The king of the winter realm was at the palace and scented Taylor as his mate and so the story begins. There are many mysteries to still be solved. Who and what is Taylor? What is the curse on the winter realm? What role will the obsidian witch play in the future? What is the prophesy surrounding Taylor, why does the king beyond the mountain want her?
As you can see the story is very rich. I would have given it 5 stars if it wasn't written as a serial and the pricing was more reasonable.
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For me, unfortunately, the book falls short on - well - its shortness. It is one of these books where you get a hook-book, which ends on a cliff-hanger. And it is a serious cliff-hanger. The next book in the series is triple the price of the first one but even shorter!
I don't like this concept of ripping off readers. Write a whole book for God's sake, but don't sell itsybitsy installments at extortionate price.
It alienates readers.
I will definitely not buy the 2nd installment.
The writing is fantastic, the world vivid thanks to excellent world building, the creatures designed fit right along with ones of the old tales. It is gripping and I really do want to know what happens to Taylor, what happens to Leander but I think this should be part of the next book. I have purchased the next one however since I was enjoying it and hate to leave a story unfinished but this one has a lot of building to do before we get anywhere near a climax.
it was the start of i reckon 3/4 star book.
Some confusion at the end with a character's name swapping from Beth to Lenetia.