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Fragile Reign (Mortal Enchantment Book 3) by [O'Neale, Stacey]
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About the Author

Award-winning author, Stacey O'Neale, lives in Annapolis, Maryland. When she's not writing, she spends her time fangirling over books, blogging, watching fantasy television shows, cheering for the Baltimore Ravens, and hanging out with her husband and daughter. 

Her career in publishing started as a blogger-turned-publicist for two successful small publishers. Stacey writes young adult fantasy and adult science fiction romance. Her books always include swoon-worthy heroes, snarky heroines, and lots of kissing.

Stacey loves hearing from readers. Follow her on Twitter @StaceyONeale, look for her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Goodreads. You can also visit her blog at staceyoneale.com/.

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  • File Size: 1943 KB
  • Print Length: 308 pages
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  • Publisher: Phoenix Reign Publishing; 1 edition (November 25, 2014)
  • Publication Date: November 25, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MQ6MK4U
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My favorite book in the series so far! When oh when is the next one coming out? Rarely is the second book better that the first in a series- there is a thing known as the sophomore curse for a reason. Fragile Reign did not fall to the curse but instead comes out on top as the best book in the series. It is told in dual perspective- Kalin and Rowan’s. I already loved both of these voices-Rowan’s we were introduced to in The Shadow Prince, and Kalin’s in Mortal Enchantment. I saw what you did there Mrs. O’Neale and I liked it. Fragile Reign allows us to view them together as a couple and apart as their own person.

The story picks up right where Mortal Enchantment ends. King Taron is ill from being held captive. The council decides that if Kalin is to be acting queen, she must marry a high ranking noble man. As in they pick the guy and everything- Sebastian. This doesn’t seat too well with her actual boyfriend Rowan. Now, I get that they want her to marry someone from the court but Rowan is the king of the Fire Elementals. King trumps Lord in my book although I can see how they may not want their queen to be married to the Fire King.

Kalin is under a lot of pressure in this book. There is belief that she is the akasha but something is blocking her powers. Since she can’t use them, she feels like this belief is wrong. Sebastian is around all of time. Rowan is dealing with things in his kingdom which is stressing her out as well. Interestingly enough, she doesn’t whine but instead puts her big girl pants on and takes on the council. Talk about having some gumption.

Rowan oh how I love you! Rowan is completely supportive of Kalin, even though he has some reservations. He has no problem showing this support in public and in private voicing his concerns.
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The third book in the MORTAL ENCHANMENT series, FRAGILE REIGN follows the prequel, THE SHADOW PRINCE, and the book after which the series is named, MORTAL ENCHANMENT.

Unlike THE SHADOW PRINCE, which was told from Rowen’s point of view, and MORTAL ENCHANMENT, which was told from Kalin’s, FRAGILE REIGN alternates point of view. This threw me for the first few chapters, sometimes I forgot who’s chapter it was, but I got used to it soon enough and liked being able to get closer to both of the main characters. I did prefer Rowen’s storyline to Kalin’s. Rowen was very involved with the fire court and the power struggle going on there. Kalin moved more into the akasha story, which for me felt too much like other recent elemental stories, aka, every AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER wannabe.

Still the author did do a good job of setting high stakes and keeping me interested in the story. Sometimes pacing slows in sequels; this was not the case at all with FRAGILE REIGN.

One of my favorite parts of this book was Marcus’ story line. No spoilers, but it was great to see him come into his own.

The book ends with a great tease for the final book in the series, which I certainly plan to read when it comes out.
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If you haven't started this series, you really need to start it!

I love the way Stacey O'Neale writes. She has a way of making you hold on and not stop reading. She writes in both Kalin and Rowan’s POV. With each chapter ending, it is like a mini cliffhanger. She leaves you at a crucial moment and switches POV’s. Then you go to what the other one is up to, which of course you need to read because in the chapter before she left you hanging. It made me go crazy but in a good way, because once you start you just can’t stop.

The story is rich in scenery, magic and mischief. Then there is Sebastian. I didn’t like him. I agreed with Rowan who also didn’t like him and didn’t know him either. It created a few tiffs between Rowan and Kalin.

There is so much action and you also don’t know who to trust or believe. Nothing is as it should be. There is so much change and so much is on both Kalin and Rowan in this book that it sometimes left me in a panic. Seriously! I didn’t know how either held on.

As far as secondary characters go, I love Marcus and Ariel (don’t hate me if I remembered her name wrong). They are loyal to their friends and I would want them to be my friends too. Plus when Marcus and Rowan are together they crack me up with all their testosterone!

Some of the things that happened were predictable but only to me and not to the characters involved. Although, I wasn’t sure why some of them didn’t figure it out earlier.

This time it ends with an ending that doesn’t have me pulling out my hair waiting for the next book but I definitely will be waiting for it because the next book should be a major battle!

Seriously, I love this series! I would love to see it on the big screen!
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Full review and more available at: http://oneguysguidetogoodreads.blogspot.com/2014/12/fragile-reign-mortal-enchantment-2-by_20.html

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My Thoughts:
Okay guys, I just had to go back and reread my reviews of the last two installments of this series to get a feel fo rmy mindset while writing this. Allow me to reiterate this for you all: THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST SERIES I HAVE READ ALL YEAR. Woah. I sincerely apologize, I didn't mean to lose my cool like that, it's just that THIS IS THE GREATEST SERIES EVER. Woah, woah, woah. I should probably calm down before I blow a gasket here. Did you guys catch that? Did you hear like I enjoy this series? Anyway. With all that being said, you can only imagine how pumped I was to read the latest installment in this incredible series. Thankfully, just like its' predecessors, Fragile Reign was absolutely astounding. Let's break this down.

Fraigle Reign picks up one week after Mortal Enchantment left off. Right in the middle of the elemental world going crazy. King Taron has been rescued, barely, but his court is in danger of falling apart without him. The fire court has so many problems they could use their own novel. Kalin and Rowan are... complicated, and if things don't settle down before too long, even the mortal world will be devastated by all the craziness that's happening in Avalon! Got all that? Basically Stacey had some big shoes to fill. She sets us up for a huge store, and I have to say guys, she did not disappoint.

From the very first page, I was hooked. I'm a big fan of series where the author just jumps right in and does not feel the need to essentially recap everything that has happened up to this point.
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