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A few years have passed since the ending of the last book, Errant Spark. Jax and Enari have been separated while she has been finishing up her apprenticeship, which has been hard on both of them. Now she has come to the end of her time as an apprentice and must pass her magical trials. Enari has asked Jax to come and serve as her “Chosen” for her day of ascension and she is very nervous and excited to see him again. Soon she will no longer be an apprentice and a whole new path awaits Enari.
A whole new path that includes some desperately needed time alone with her lover. Jax was quite the player in the last book but there was something that drew him to Enari. Since then he has changed completely and I absolutely fell in love with his character in this story. The relationship between him and Enari was so sweet, steamy, and sexy. I could not get enough. His character has really developed into an honorable man and the intensity with which he loves Enari, sigh…swoon!!
Enari and Jax may have only had the one night but they made the best of it. It was not until the next day that Enari realized that she was not wearing her necklace which prevents pregnancy. Figuring that her chances of pregnancy were low, she thought nothing more the matter. Jax was due to return to Rowan where he must once again take up his duties to the Tora. This time Enari will be able to join him and see her family. Enari was beyond thrilled to be spending more time with Jax as well as with Eryk, her father.
Once they reached Rowan things started to escalate politically as well as personally. Enari and Jax had never discussed having a future or if children were even part of a future he wanted. Not knowing what to do, Enari kept silent on the matter until it was almost too late. I really enjoyed the mix between politics, subterfuge, and romance. There was so much going on in this story but it was magnificently done with prefect pacing.
Sooo good! As the ending was drawing near all I could say was wow! Not ever what I was expecting and more than I thought I could handle. This story has all the feels! I just loved it and now I am absolutely in desperate need for the next installment in this series. Flash Point is a book that I highly recommend to all readers! It is a good read!
This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Author, Ronelle Antoinette. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.
Hearts broken, secrets revealed and deaths amongst the elite as chaos erupts, who will be left standing and who will succumb to the circumstances and flee?
Tension is high, who can be trusted?
Thrust into a situation outside his comfort zone, Jex turns toward work to escape the pain as Enari is left to her own devices.
Sorrow and a pain unimaginable hit the royals time and again as they try to solve the mystery, a mystery that unwinds one agonizing strand at a time.
Food for thought:
Not a stand alone, must read first book Errant Spark to understand the relationship dynamics.
Slow first few chapters.
Some graphic sexual scenes.
Received a free e-copy in exchange for an honest review