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Top Customer Reviews
I really loved this book, it was even better than the first in the series. It delves more into the magic and mythology surrounding Merlin, as well as the gods. The romance is really, really hot, as is the drama. I found myself team Merlin sometimes and team Vane others (though I really have a thing for the bad boys). Ryan really kicks butt in this novel. Lives are lost, difficult choices are made, friendships are tested, and love is put to the test. This was an outstanding second book in this delightful series and I thoroughly enjoyed it and highly recommend it.
Favorite My Merlin Awakening Quote: Vane grabbed me. "DuLac, let's chat." Chat. British-speak for "Stand still while I yell at you.
In this second book in the series, Ryan is still having some issues with her feelings for Matt/Merlin and those she has for Vane. Aside from that, there are some new myths coming into play to go along with the myth of Merlin/Excalibur. The first book had it's share of good guys and bad guys and this book adds a few more to each side. I don't want to spoil anything but there may be some mermaids making an appearance as well as a mythical beast that lingered in the labyrinth. Since this book follows very soon after the first ends, not much is missed in between so everything just keeps right on going and moving swiftly on.
This book was superbly written. The author has a brilliant way with words and is really fun to read. Once in awhile the story seemed to get a bit off the beaten path, but it would get back on track fast enough and continue on in a wonderful and exciting way and I'd have the hardest time putting it down!
I really enjoyed this book and was so glad that I already had the third one to move right into as soon as I finished reading this one!
It's obvious the author researched like crazy to get things right in these books. The descriptions put you right in the middle of everything that is happening. Definitely a book for you if you're looking for adventure and love and love a good Arthurian tale!
In the second book of the series, Ryan survived the trial and is now the sword bearer, but she has gone home. She couldn’t handle her new responsibility right now. She needed to feel normal. Vane is her protector now and he goes where she does. He is currently her history teacher and La Crosse coach. He is pushing her to be better just like he did before. He knows she will have to accept her destiny eventually. That eventuality becomes a reality when Matt, aka Merlin, shows up. He is there to persuade her to come back and meet with the Gargoyle King. Things are unsettled and the Gargoyle Prince, Oliver, is trying to take over the throne. He is also on a path of revenge against Ryan. In order to thwart his plans Ryan, Matt, Vane and the Candidates enter a quest to find the trident of the Fisher King and the cup of life. The cup is needed to save the Gargoyle King’s life. Their search takes them to Greece. They are led to the Kingdom of Mermen and Mermaids. Ryan becomes the champion chosen to fight for their survival. She also has to deal with the dilemma of her feelings for Vane and Matt. She will have to make a decision.
This book was full of adventure and nonstop action. The second book picked up where the first one left off. Friendships have continued and grown between the Candidates. However Grey doesn’t seem himself. He also seems to have changed his mind about Gia. Vane and Matt are still fighting over Ryan. They don’t trust each other and make things difficult as the quest gets underway. Vane pushes Ryan to make a decision. I felt sorry for her. She has feelings for them both and is trying to stay alive. She is devastated when Vane turns on her. She feels like this is her fault and when he becomes lost, she blames herself.
Ryan’s character was overwhelmed with her destiny and ran from it. But she stepped up to the task when she needed. It shows how human she is. Of course it shows her age, she is still a teenager. I like the characters, the storyline and the struggles the author continues with in this book. I give it a 4 out of 5