Heart of Stone (Three Courts Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 1900 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication Date : March 31, 2017
- Print Length : 249 pages
- ASIN : B06XZ8WHY4
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,081,452 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This book is part of a series and could be read as a standalone but is best read in order. There is much more focus on emotion and less on adventure than the other books and it seemed a little hurried at times. It's definitely worth reading and I'm looking forward to the next one!
Lyra Evans writes really exciting books. But I hope she gets an editor soon!
Can I just write "Awww" for the rest of the review and hope people will get what I mean? Probably not. *sighs happily*
Let me tell you about a story of a Wolf-Wizard, and a Fea that takes place in the mountain on the border of two courts:
Devon has lost both of his parents, lives alone in the mountains, and is generally wary when it comes to strangers - which is understandable as people wanted to get rid of him for most of his (especially younger) life. He's romantic, honest, and one of the most helpful people you'll come across. He likes to think that he's cold, but he's not. All his actions speak of someone who has much love to give, and willing to give it. But that doesn't mean he trusts. Oh no, trust doesn't come easy to my precious wolf-wizardy. (yes that's a word, I'm sure)
Luke. Ahh, Luke. The Fea. The Fea straight of the romance novel Devon was reading ;) I can't go into detail about his character or the whole plot will be ruined, but let me this: He's complicated. I'd like to say that I hated him, but I cared too much for him to really hate him, and in the end he did win me over, but the journey there was not easy. I have a thing against that what he does, thus I had a hard time understanding him, and his actions because they didn't match whith "what would I have done". This is absolutely my fault, and not everybody will feel this way, it just means that Lyra Evans is a great writer. She took a MC that I didn't like, and made him likeable. I hate when that happens :P But in the end, we all want the HAE, and that means fighting through everything that goes on with the characters by your side, weather the storm and at the end there'll be sunshine or so^^
The plot was not complicated - I did guess what would happen a few times, but to be honest - I didn't care. This is not a book like the Worth series. There's no great murder, no mystery, no action. It's much, much better: It's a love story. It's focus is the love that blooms between Devon and Luke, and it's delicous. There's UST, there's yearning (so much yearning *_*) there's doubts, there's anger, there's hurt, there's forgiveness and ultimately there's love. Both MC's are flawed - both have issues a mile long. But together they fit like a puzzle, and I LOVE THAT! I love character driven books, I love when I can journey along as they interact. I don't need action 90% of the time or sex 50% - I need love like this :D Also - if you're worried that that sounds boring: it's absolutely not. It's delightful, entertaining and really well written ^__^
There's double POV, 3rd person, the Mafia, a Wolf-Wizard and a Fea. and a mountain full of surprises :D What can I say? Lyra Evans's writing just pulls you in, and let's you be right there with the characters ❤