Heart on Fire

Heart on Fire

The riveting conclusion to the Kingmaker Chronicles, available January 2018!Who is Catalia Fisa?With the help of pivotal figures from her past, Cat begins to understand the root of her exceptional magic, her fated union with Griffin Sinta, and Griffin's role in shaping her destiny.Only Cat holds the key to unlocking her own power, and that means finally accepting herself,...

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Title:Heart on Fire
Author:Amanda Bouchet
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Heart on Fire Reviews

  • Katerina

    And she did. Cat shared with me her hope, her dreams, her fears, her lust and her love, she set

    heart ablaze, and left me a wet, sobbing mess.

    As expected,

    was

    ! Once again,

    , and encompassed me in the journey of her heroes until all I could s

    And she did. Cat shared with me her hope, her dreams, her fears, her lust and her love, she set

    heart ablaze, and left me a wet, sobbing mess.

    As expected,

    was

    ! Once again,

    , and encompassed me in the journey of her heroes until all I could see, breathe and feel was them. The third instalment of the Kingmaker Chronicles followed Cat and Griffin’s efforts to reunite the land of Thalyria, and defeat the Fisan Queen and her polluted magic. In this final confrontation they were not alone; the Beta Team, their family, and some very powerful (albeit cruel) Olympians were on their side. With their gifts and their strength, their determination and devotion, they raised an army to challenge the wicked and defend the weak. Because that’s what they were made for.

    has the incredible talent to make your belly tremble with genuine, deep laughter, your eyes sting and water, your body tingle and your toes curl, all of them in the same book. Without losing Cat’s

    and brash behavior,

    was

    , for Cat and for the reader alike. The sassy heroine who grew up amidst fear and darkness, power games and distrust, but who was also loved, fiercely, unconditionally and reverently, concluded her journey, discovered herself and embraced her limitless potential after facing countless trials, physical and emotional. She reached her breaking point many times, and her refusal to believe in herself, to find the balance between kindness and ruthlessness almost cost her everything and everyone she held dear. But in this difficult road to self-discovery, she had by her side the haven to her tempest, Griffin. Their scenes varied between

    and

    (after all, it’s called fantasy

    for a reason), and Griffin’s unwavering loyalty and faith was really touching. And dreamy. And sexy, to be honest.

    (See? How can you not love him?)

    In

    ,

    , in a lethal dance to fulfill one's Fate without depriving them of choice. Cat and Griffin were designed to be the pawns which were set into motion by the Gods themselves, and the meddling of the latter in human affairs was stronger than ever. But the power couple of Thalyria carved their own path, with their bare hands, with sweat and blood and the desire to actually make a change, to fight for the oppressed and give them

    , hope for better days under the sun.

    made Heart on Fire

    . Your ears ringed when swords collided, your skin prickled with the tangible essence of magic, and Beta Team was your team, their agony, their struggles, they touched you to the core.

    Frankly, I hope that this bizarre yet wonderful feeling of

    because of your all-consuming love for characters so precious will never stop.

    delivered an

    to a series that hooked my mind and my soul from the start, and I can’t help but repeat that Amanda,

    . My heart belongs to you.

    (

    When you read Heart on Fire, have the tissues nearby. You’ll need them.)

  • Lover of Romance

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    In

    we have a stunning finale of the Kingmaker Chronicles and this book was a BLAST of goodness, delights, shocks and terrors and with typical Bouchet flare, keeps you on the edge of your seat. We get more into the head of our daring heroine Catalina Fisa. Catalina we have seen through in the previous two books, as she grows and learns into her powers and abilities with her husband and mate by her side Griffin. And boy did I lo

    This review was originally posted on

    In

    we have a stunning finale of the Kingmaker Chronicles and this book was a BLAST of goodness, delights, shocks and terrors and with typical Bouchet flare, keeps you on the edge of your seat. We get more into the head of our daring heroine Catalina Fisa. Catalina we have seen through in the previous two books, as she grows and learns into her powers and abilities with her husband and mate by her side Griffin. And boy did I love seeing Griffin and Catalina together in this book. Their relationship is stronger than ever. I just love how well these two are in tune with each other. This review will be shorter than what you are used to, mostly because I don't want to reveal anything too much or spoil the story for you. I just wanted to share some thoughts and impressions I had on this book. I have become impressed with this series. In this book, Cat and Griffin will need to face up with Cat's mother and also Cat's insecurities. Now Griffin, I ADORED him in this book to be honest. He is so solid and true to Cat, it just makes your heart melt. I love how he believes and trusts in her so much. He never gives up on her succeeding, he knows what she is capable of, and stands by her in everything. You just have to admire a hero like that.

    Cat is strong and has many abilities, however in this story we see how she really struggles with herself. We see the way she has to face up to who she is, and to overcome doubts and fear to become who she was born to be. Its not an easy road for Cat----not in ANY way. But she faces it head on, and we see the love she has for her family, her devotion to her people and how much she is willing to fight for them no matter the cost to herself. There are definite moments that this book just about broke my heart. So much emotion was displayed that I had a difficult time keeping my emotions in check. But we also have a book where we see the delights and joys too. The only reason why this book is a four star instead of a five star is the ending. It was as final as I was expecting, so I am not sure if this author is continuing in this world or if she wants us to use our imagination in how this story ends for other characters involved.

  • Val ⚓️ Shameless, Skanky, and B*tchy ⚓️ Steamy Reads

    This was an incredibly satisfying ending to a series I really enjoyed.

    In this third installment, a lot of questions left by the first two books were finally answered; questions about Cat, questions about the Gods, and questions about stuff I don't necessarily want to even mention because it would tip you off (and possibly spoil something) by mentioning it so blatantly.

    Griffin and Cat are definitely one of my favorite romance couples. They truly are made for each other and I loved

    This was an incredibly satisfying ending to a series I really enjoyed.

    In this third installment, a lot of questions left by the first two books were finally answered; questions about Cat, questions about the Gods, and questions about stuff I don't necessarily want to even mention because it would tip you off (and possibly spoil something) by mentioning it so blatantly.

    Griffin and Cat are definitely one of my favorite romance couples. They truly are made for each other and I loved that we got three complete books in which to bask in their

    .

    I really liked the way Amanda Bouchet weaved Greek mythology and some of the gods so seamlessly throughout both the foundation and plot lines of this series. I mentioned in my review for book one how something about that bothered me...well, it all makes sense in this book and then some.

    I've read books depicting the gods before and it can be difficult to include them as characters without either, 1) making them cruel and unrelatable because you don't want to make them seem weak or inauthentic, or 2) make them totally lame and powerless because you are trying

    to make them seem more human and relatable.

    I personally thought Bouchet managed to perfectly straddle that line of making them both powerful and authentic, but still relatable and actually

    . Not an easy feat.

    I loved all the gods and how they were portrayed throughout this series.

    I'll stop here so I don't ruin anything for anyone, but I will say this.

    I. WANT. MORE.

    I need more of this series so we can find out what happens to the peripheral characters.

    You will know exactly what I mean when you read it.

    Seriously though. I need to know what happens

    I hope all those waiting for this one enjoy it as much as I did.

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  • Stacey is Sassy

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    Is it strange that I started this review contemplating the term hero? In a lot of the books I read, I’m looking for the hero to save the day. Well, in this series it’s not the job of the bloke to do the hard work, it’s the female’s job to save the world and kill evil. So, in some ways, she’s the lead, the conqueror and saver of the world.

    In my head, I’m now having a debate on whether I’m insulting womankind by thinking less of a heroine. I see “hero” as being the one in charge, focal point, and lead, while the “heroine” supports, guides and helps the hero in the quest. Is this a societal thing that has me confused? A gender-based confusion? Or, maybe it’s just hierarchy labelling that has me mixed up?

    To be honest, I think it has more to do with one person leads and the other follows (supports) and my head automatically puts a label of hero for the lead and heroine for the follow. I think it’s what I’m expecting to see in most M/F romance. There also seems to be a similar dynamic when it comes to M/M but I’m not sure how you separate the heroes. Is it Hero 1 and Hero 2, or maybe it’s Alpha Hero and Beta Hero. I personally don’t read F/F but is it the same in that case too?

    Whatever the case, I need to break that mindset, though because Cat is definitely the lead and she’s obviously the heroine and Griffin follows and he’s definitely the hero. What once would have made a hero seem weak as a follower to his heroine's leader, is not the case in the

    . Griffin's strength is obvious and his ability to follow and love his role at her back makes him even more desirable as a partner to Cat.

    was all about Cat learning how much power she holds and how to use it. To be honest, the lessons learned were HARSH!! I found myself shocked at how many times Cat had faced torture and heartbreak, to later learn it was a lesson from the gods. The lessons were to harden her heart, trust wisely and look within herself to find the way. On the flipside, she also had to express her love, give trust to those who earned it and look around to find support.

    Griffin again steals the show for me. He is loyal, thoughtful, kind and caring which balances out his strong, bossy and possessive nature. Griffin’s devotion to Cat is steadfast and I never doubted that she was his whole world and he would die to protect her. What at times comes across as a dangerous need to save the world, is really just a need to make his family safe. Griffin is a champion to his people and a truly deserving leader.

    One of the hardest things to get my head around while reading the

    was that a mother could be so evil. Seriously, this woman made my skin crawl with her self-serving, power-hungry ways. Sure, I know there is evil everywhere and mothers are not exempt, but it’s still hard to get. My mind struggles to compute how a woman who has grown and given birth to a child, can torture and watch them suffer. I struggled, even more, knowing that only death would end her rule and the person tasked by the gods to do it, was her own flesh and blood.

    I have really enjoyed the

    and

    was an excellent addition to the series. I loved the first in the series, enjoyed but was a little disappointed in the second and the third left me thoroughly satisfied. At times I was a little frustrated that we seemed to be stalled and not moving forward to our goal. Like Cat, I was impatient to unlock the secrets to her magic and angry that the ones she hoped would guide her seemed to disappear in her time of need. There is one particular part towards the end of the story that will have readers sitting up in alarm but have no fear as nothing is as it seems.

    Cat is the protector, defender, leader and hope for her people. Griffin is the strong, resilient, loyal and loving partner to light her way. Together, they are everything that is needed to right the wrongs. Their love story is amazing and I hope this is not the end of the journey.

    As per usual, I've rambled all over the place, so, if you've made it to the end, CONGRATULATIONS!! All the best to everyone over the holidays and to all those who celebrate MERRY CHRISTMAS!!

  • Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)

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    I hate to say it but this was a bit of a disappointment. I really expected to love this book. I wanted to love this book. I didn't like this book nearly as much as the two previous books in the series. I thought it was okay and I am glad that I read it. This is the third book in the Kingmaker Chronicles and this review may contain spoilers from previous installments in the series.

    My experience with this book goes back to when I first

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    I hate to say it but this was a bit of a disappointment. I really expected to love this book. I wanted to love this book. I didn't like this book nearly as much as the two previous books in the series. I thought it was okay and I am glad that I read it. This is the third book in the Kingmaker Chronicles and this review may contain spoilers from previous installments in the series.

    My experience with this book goes back to when I first saw the cover. I immediately thought that it wasn't the real cover and someone had uploaded fan art or something to Goodreads. I kept checking to see when the real cover would be uploaded. Weeks went by. I decided to go to the author's website to see if she had the cover posted and discovered that what I was seeing was in fact the real cover. I was shocked. I think that the covers for the first two books are awesome. This one is not. I kind of hate this cover. I decided that it was just a cover and it was just a cover and I could ignore it and focus on what was in the book. I think it might have actually been some kind of sign.

    Cat kind of drove me nuts in this book. I don't know why but she annoyed me. I didn't enjoy being in her head and I felt like this book spent a lot of time there. Cat is pregnant which puts everything in a new light. I understand how focused an expectant mother can be when it comes to her baby but all the talk of the little bean was too much for me.

    Don't get me wrong...I did like the book. There were some pretty awesome scenes in this installment and I had no idea how Cat would get herself out of some of the situations she found herself in. There was some real excitement in the story and I was happy to see all of the characters that I have grown to love over the course of the series play a role. There were some pretty major revelations that really explained a lot.

    I do recommend this series to others. This book does wrap up Cat and Griffin's story and has some great scenes. I did enjoy the two books leading up to this one a whole lot more but found this to be a satisfactory conclusion. I would not hesitate to read more from Amanda Bouchet in the future.

  •  ⚔ Sh3lly - Grumpy Name-Changing Wanderer ⚔

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    This is the final book in the Kingmaker Chronicles trilogy (well, I suspect there will be more books set in the same world, but it concludes the three-book arc). The book begins with a shocking betrayal before Cat and Griffin head off to find a potion to help her unlock her powers, since they haven’t been reliable.

    I’m not quite sure how to even properly write this review because I love the world Amanda Bouchet created and using Greek/Roman gods and

    Review also found at

    .

    This is the final book in the Kingmaker Chronicles trilogy (well, I suspect there will be more books set in the same world, but it concludes the three-book arc). The book begins with a shocking betrayal before Cat and Griffin head off to find a potion to help her unlock her powers, since they haven’t been reliable.

    I’m not quite sure how to even properly write this review because I love the world Amanda Bouchet created and using Greek/Roman gods and mythological creatures was fantastic! I love Griffin, Carver, Kato, and Flynn. I love Lycheron, the alpha centaur. I feel like the supporting characters didn’t have much to do in this one. It’s mainly Cat and Griffin.

    We spend a LOT of time in Cat’s head, and to be honest, it took a lot away from my reading experience. Cat still has so many doubts, she blames herself for everything, she angsts, she doesn’t trust, she doesn’t believe in herself, etc. etc. And we hear about it. A LOT.

    It felt like there was SO MUCH talking. There would be an awesome action scene and then twenty pages of talking. I felt like there were really only about three main scenes in the whole book, a couple love scenes, and the rest was talking.

    The scenes with Cat’s mother, the mega villain, were great. But, on the other hand, the ending felt… anti-climactic. I suppose it was fitting, in its own way, but there was no epic battle. The previous books felt to me like there was going to be an epic battle.

    “Little Bean” is Cat’s nickname for her unborn baby. I really appreciated that Cat wasn’t “benched” during the book because she was pregnant. She still fought and was in the thick of it all. So that was excellent. What I didn’t like is just that it was used SO MUCH (87 times, I checked).

    Overall, I would still recommend this trilogy. Griffin is one of my favorite male leads in romantasy. There are still plenty of stories that could be told in this world – and I would read them! Personally, and unfortunately, I just didn’t love this final installment.

    One other thing I would say is that the second love scene was very well done. It was sexy, yet intensely emotional and intimate. I would imagine it’s difficult to capture that balance between alpha and sensitive husband without making it seem cheesy.

    : ★★★★★

    : ★★★★

    Buddy read with the

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    DENIED.

    This deserves some recycled gifs. Thanks Netgalley and Sourcebooks.

    I only fangirled over this series so hard and got tons of people to read it and even though the second book wasn't as good, I STILL gave it four stars when most of my friends gave it 3.

    Thanks. I know ARCs are a honor and I treat every one of them like an Oscar sitting behind my toilet.

    Just kidding. Sheesh. I'm feeling like a dork today, so dorked this pre-review out. I'll still read it. Sometime. Sometime....

  • Alyssa

    Meeeeeeehhhhhhh. 2.5 stars.

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    Heart on Fire by Amanda Bouchet

    Book Three of the Kingmaker Chronicles

    Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

    Publication Date: January 2, 2018

    Rating: 2 stars

    Source: eARC from NetGalley

    Summary (from Goodreads):

    Who is Catalia Fisa?

    With the help of pivotal figures from her past, Cat begins to understand the root of her exceptional magic, her fated union with Griffin Sinta, and Griffin's role in shaping her destiny.

    Only Cat holds the

    Meeeeeeehhhhhhh. 2.5 stars.

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    Heart on Fire by Amanda Bouchet

    Book Three of the Kingmaker Chronicles

    Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

    Publication Date: January 2, 2018

    Rating: 2 stars

    Source: eARC from NetGalley

    Summary (from Goodreads):

    Who is Catalia Fisa?

    With the help of pivotal figures from her past, Cat begins to understand the root of her exceptional magic, her fated union with Griffin Sinta, and Griffin's role in shaping her destiny.

    Only Cat holds the key to unlocking her own power, and that means finally accepting herself, her past, and her future in order to protect her loved ones, confront her murderous mother, and taking a final, terrifying step--reuniting all three realms and taking her place as the Queen of Thalyria.

    What doesn't kill her will only make her stronger...we hope.

    What I Liked:

    Heart on Fire was not a fun ride for me. It wasn't all bad, but it definitely wasn't all good. I found myself more annoyed with the book than anything else, despite enjoying parts here and there. The book felt lackluster compared to the previous two books - in fact, I think it's safe to say that the series went straight downhill after book one. Book two was good but not as good as book one... book three lacked a lot of quality.

    In this sequel novel, Cat and Griffin must defeat Cat's mother once and for all. But to do so, Cat must reach into her powers and control them, which she has yet to do. The kingdom of Thalyria is in her hands. If she can't find control, everything falls.

    Things I liked... I enjoyed the romance. Griffin and Cat are a strong, solid pair, and this book proves that they are good for each other and good together. There are moments when Cat is afraid of how much the Gods interfered with their lives to direct their fates, but nothing ever comes between Griffin and Cat. I love how devoted they are to each other - it's absolutely not one-sided, not by far. Their trust and respect for each other really grows and strengthens in this book.

    I adore Griffin, though he seemed to be a little one-dimensional in this book (i.e. only obsessed with Cat's safety and well-being). On the one hand, this is great theoretically... on the other hand, the man should have other priorities and interests. I love Griffin, with his strength, loyalty, and warrior/warlord overprotective, dominating nature, but I wish he had more to him besides being up Cat's a**. Boys today have hobbies like video games and sports. Griffin needs hobbies. I still love him. He's my favorite character of the series. But. One-dimensional.

    The pacing of the story is good - I never got bored and I rolled right along to the end. I didn't necessarily like the story but I had no trouble getting through the book. So that's a plus! The author's writing has improved with each other. (I can't say the same about other things).

    Cat is something I will talk about in the next section. I couldn't stand her. However, I will say that I'm glad she finally realized her potential and got over herself (girlfriend has been moping and wallowing for the entire series).

    Hmmm, I thought there was more that I liked. I'll have to reconsider my rating. I didn't even really like the ending!

    What I Did Not Like:

    I could not staaaand Cat. I understand that the author was trying to portray her as feminist and strong and kickbutt and blah blah blah but Cat came across as very self-centered and self-involved in this book. Everything was about her, especially with the amount of wallowing and self-pitying she was doing. Throw in the fact that she is suuuuuper special on all fronts and we have a girl with a massive ego! Take it down a notch, sweetie! I don't like it when male protagonists have huge egos. I like it just as little when female protagonists have huge egos.

    And on that note -- why is it that Cat has every single special power conceivable? She has the powers of the Gods, just because? How is it that she is so magical and powerful and a special snowflake? I didn't understand this - it seemed like a lot of deus ex machina. Cat had absolutely no flaws when it came to her abilities - abilities kept manifesting and manifesting and again, it seemed to be a lot of deus ex machina. I wasn't buying the whole "hard to kill" thing. I wasn't buying the "child of the Gods" thing. It seemed like a lot of luck and a free-for-all when it came to Cat claiming abilities left and right.

    Back on the whole egoistical thing - please explain to me why Griffin was so wholly and utterly obsessed with Cat and only Cat. The man lived and breathed for her - I don't understand why? It was beyond obsession - I mean, he was literally created for her therefore he is her puppet? Like I said in the previous section, men tend to have hobbies... why is Griffin only focused on Cat? Isn't he the one conquering realms, leading his (royal) family, etc.? He seemed so one-dimensional because his priority was only Cat, and that to me is FAKE. Not sexy.

    Seguing into my next complaint - WHY is Cat the queen of Thalyria and HOW is she such. I don't understand. She literally does N O T H I N G for Thalyria (other than face her mother three times in the book and hesitating every single time and letting her mother the evil witch escape every time). Everyone else fights for Thalyria, dies for Thalyria, goes to the ends of the earth for Thalyria, but Cat... Cat lets everyone do the work for her. Instead, she drags Griffin on some merry quest to find a magic potion that will magic help her control her powers... meanwhile her powers are utter crap and when they find the potion, it doesn't work (you'll see what I mean). Cat. Is. Useless. The author elevated Cat to Queen (and put her over Griffin even though he is King) because that's the ~feminist~ way to write fiction these days -- bulls**t. Cat has no experience being a royal and no business being a queen. She. Is. Useless.

    Let me repeat: U S E L E S S.

    The author has YET to address Kato's trauma from book two! Helloooo, the man went through rape and we don't see any kind of PTSD or lasting emotional or mental impacts? Did he just magically forget about the experience? There is no mention of it, and Kato pretty goes about his business as usual. This is TERRIBLE storytelling. You can't put a fairly "main" character through some serious trauma and NOT ADDRESS IT.

    The ending was awful! It was one of those endings in which the war is over and la dee dah, the book is over! Everyone lives happily ever after! Never mind that they are uniting three realms, which is ALWAYS very peaceful and happy. Sure, Jan.

    This book was a mess.

    Would I Recommend It:

    I actually do not recommend this book. I mean, don't leave the series hanging, if you've read books one and two. If you've only read book one, I would recommend stopping there. Book one is the best of the series. Book two is okay but not amazing. Book three is crap and a big mess. Of course, these are my opinions. I'm pretty upset that the series is concluding badly (for me), with this mess of a book. There was a distinct lack of quality, and I think that comes from a lack of experience and a desperate needs to force a "feminist" character with feminist themes into the book. Instead we have a Mary Sue that gets all the credit but does no work.

    Rating:

    2.5 stars -> rounded down to 2 stars. I tried! I really did. This series had so much potential. Now I'm glad I didn't preorder the book because I would have surely cancelled the preorder. I'm not sure I'll read anything by this author again - maybe? Maybe not.

    EDIT: December 27th -- WHAT??? JANUARY 2018??? EXCUSE MEEEEEE??????? *cries*

    *grubby grabby hands*

  • Jaime Arkin

    Man that was incredibly disappointing after the love I had for the first two books.

    This is going to be short and to the point.

    This is probably the biggest reading disappointment I've had all year long.

    This book was one of my most anticipated since devouring the first two in the series and after dropping everything to dive into the amazing world Bouchet created in those books this was such a let down.

    Nothing felt the same ... not the characters and not the story... I felt there was so much fil

    Man that was incredibly disappointing after the love I had for the first two books.

    This is going to be short and to the point.

    This is probably the biggest reading disappointment I've had all year long.

    This book was one of my most anticipated since devouring the first two in the series and after dropping everything to dive into the amazing world Bouchet created in those books this was such a let down.

    Nothing felt the same ... not the characters and not the story... I felt there was so much filler that I found myself skimming pages and large sections just to get to the end.

    It feels like this wasn't even written by the same author and for that, I'm just so disappointed and sad.

    Sourcebooks - Thank you for the chance to read this even though it absolutely didn't work for me.

  • Choko

    Yeah, weak... This is how I felt about this book and I feel utterly let down... The premise for the series had so much potenti

    Yeah, weak... This is how I felt about this book and I feel utterly let down... The premise for the series had so much potential, I wanted to root for the author and the main female lead, Cat, the special-est of all most special snowflakes in the whole magical world!!! She didn't start out this way, or I would not have held onto hope for her through three books! But of all of them, this one seems to have been the hardest to hit me with the futileness of my hopes, because it is supposed to be the last one of this arc and you just always hope for the best ending of any series you put time and commitment into. However, where the author had the perfect opportunity to get us into a more complicated and informative plot with the theology and Olympian mythology, which hooked me straight away personally, she chose to skim over the g-ds possible machinations and went the way of an angsty, insecure, privileged, apparently most beloved by the g-ds and adored by most everyone who meets her, bipolar, immature acting pregnant girl who is married to a power-hungry warlord and every deity is behind them taking over the world, because they will be benevolent rulers, not like her evil mother, who is the ultimate Evil in the series and the world. Did I mention insecure and angsty? Spikes of angst, then doubts and fear, then love scenes, which were actually not bad, then more angst and more reassurances, and so on and on and on... Then about 70% in there is a battle, than angst again...

    Darling, you are still a mess, and I wish there was more to you so I could have enjoyed you....

    I guess I have gotten spoiled with some good books as of late, because this writing and the repetitious manner the author had of driving home the point of all the emotional torment everyone was going through, did not achieve what it was trying to do... Often times, the strongest emotions are conveyed by the shortest, most striped-down sentences, by a small gesture, by an implied intonation... Just as in most things, less is more, and when you try too hard with too many words over and over, the real feeling gets lost in the sea of words. We get what the author is trying to say, we just go past the emotional feeling and look forward to the end of all of this senseless drama...

    Now that is more like it...

    I am not going to recommend this to anyone, since I think there are better written books on similar themes in this genre. However, if you are set on reading it, it is more of a paranormal romance than anything else, so be prepared.

    Now I wish you all Happy Reading and many wonderful books to come!!!

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