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- Print Length: 210 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Bonnie Doon Press (July 26, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07462Y773
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,436 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As we remember from the last book, Nix, Del and Cass, had found this old magic beaker that some weird, wicked, guy, Drakon, just had to have. What is so valuable about this old decrepit relic anyway? They were able to get it back, but what a cost and the fight was epic! Every book we find out more about this Drakon dude. He’s one serious, black magic user if ever there was one! And we keep hearing his name and more about what the Triumvirate is supposed accomplish. This all by itself should send shivers down your spine!
Nix is still the main character and Ares is popping up more and more. She seems to have the HOTS and COLDS for Ares, and he for her but they still are not sure of each other. The book begins in Magic’s Bend where Nix and Del have gone to visit Aerdaca and Mordaca, Sorceresses of the Blood kind. They find them partying and hate to interrupt but do so anyway. Once the ladies see and touch the beaker, the story unfolds. Drakon will be their target again although in round about fashion. The beaker holds the key, and is more than it seems. Nix goes through a portal finds her family, finds she and they play a key role in their search for who made the beaker. With Nix and Ares leading the charge, its all players on deck. Their goal is to find Ademius, the one who made the beaker and enchanted it. It’s not an easy task especially when one is in hiding, doesn’t want to be found.
So pull up a chair get comfy and start delving into Nix and her Deirfiur as they find out just what is the Origin of Magic!
I was given an ARC but the Review is mine and freely given.
These books have unexpected humor. In fact, this one started out with the following:
"Rain splattered on the windshield of Fabio, my Dodge Challenger Hellcat and the one true love of my life. At least, that's what I told him when I turned him on."
Along with humor, there's the loving relationship between the three sisters and their friends and love interests. There's many different supernatural species. There's magic and quests to save the world in one manner or another. In this installment, Nix finds some family and retrieves some memories. The three series tend to come together no matter which order you read them in. I'm jumping back and forth between them and haven't gotten too frustrated. And there's always lots of action.
What they don't have is much in the sex department, which is good for the YA reader. If the language wasn't strong now and then, it would work for an even younger reader. I personally would like more action in the romance romance department as well as longer book lengths.
On to the next one...
I enjoy the overall storyline, however, so I'll continue to read.
This was a fabulous addition to the series and I'm finding Nix to be a really well developed character. Yes she's usually in their shop and pretty much knows how to handle things but as she's taken further away from her comfort zone she is really allowed to shine. Plus her heritage will knock your socks off as it's almost too cruel where her powers come from. Obviously I can't say too much but her love of nature and her connection with life itself really comes to fruition in this book. Yes there are battles to fight, adventures to face at breakneck speed and glorious interaction with a certain too beautiful for words Vampire but that ending will leave you desperate for the next instalment.
This voluntary take is of an advance copy and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair