- File Size: 984 KB
- Print Length: 278 pages
- Publication Date: August 31, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LDVAYJ6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,250,800 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In this story, the mage powers are in demonstrative colors. Petal and Cinder have different colors. These two are on opposing sides. Petal is the Inquisitor of the Overfather and Cinder is of the Grandimandarian Empire. Cinder becomes her prisoner and Petal takes great pleasure in her efforts to extract information from him. She does this while fighting the long attraction she has for Cinder, from the days when he was known as, Sage Thornhall, her teacher.
In this standoff, Cinder’s powers does not stand a chance in hell against Petal's, but when they acknowledge their love for each other and join forces, they are literally unstoppable. Even the sex scenes are colorfully, explosive, (couldn’t resist). Grab your copy of this adult fantasy and enjoy!
That topic in itself could provide an interesting tale, but The Inquisitor’s Gift offers much more. There’s magic, suspense, love, lust, fantastical lands, cities, lifestyles and creatures.
The book is a page-turner. I found myself drawn to it, with a strong desire to continue reading - something that does not happen often. Sionnach's words allowed me to imagine far off places and magical spells, while also portraying very exciting, sexual imagery from time to time. In short, it provided a good escape from the drudgery of real life.
Sionnach Wintergreen did a great job creating a different universe, with different laws and different sets of social norms. If you’re looking for something to dive into, something that will "take you away", this is a good book for you.
The story is about Petal, a mage (holds magical abilities) who works for the government as an inquisitor, her job is to get details out of prisoners, through any means necessary.
Her role is put to the test when a man that she recognises as her ex-teacher and school girl crush, Mage Thronknoll, now simply known as ‘Cinder’ is brought in for betraying the Overfather and helping important prisoners escape.
Through talking to Cinder, Petal’s feelings for him are brought back and begins to see light in his beliefs.
I wasn’t too sure what I’d think of this book. I’m quite fussy with fantasies. I’m so glad that I agreed to read this however because I thought it was gripping.
I loved both characters. Petal had a very strong character that was quite obviously toned down by her to please the Overfathers. Her real personality is shown when she is with Cinder, the quite comically pig headed side of him brings her out of her shell. He almost teaches her that she can be as strong willed as he is.
I really enjoyed this story. I thought it was really clever and really interesting to read. I loved both characters, thought that the mature scenes were very creative and quite funny in some cases. the ending almost had me in tears I was so into the story.
Very well written. I’d highly recommend it to adult fantasy lovers.