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Another brilliant read that kept me glued to the book. Following Sage's rescue from the Scythians and it's mad warlord, this book is about her journey from slave to warrior - I loved it. Everything rides on her, Jasmine and uniting the surrounding Kingdoms to fight against the warlord. Especially enjoyed a couple of suprises in the book, you have to read it to find out what they are. Also, overcoming her pain and fighting her demons as well as acknowledging her true feelings for Tehl as they gear up for war. I can't wait to read the next book
This book is an intermission between what came before & the finale. But it has many important moments that bring us forward, woven with a sense of restless anticipation. Wanting to meet the greatest foe & quell him, but having to prepare. Oh & you’ll fall a bit more in love with Nali!
I have read and purchased the first four books of this series (unsure if there will be more), and I cannot fathom how books 3 & 4 are written by the same person as the first two. The first two books were so intriguing and well written I just had to purchase the third book. I felt the whole storyline with the 'villain' in book 3 was shockingly bad and poorly executed and then everything after that was a shambles. I went onto purchase book 4, praying it got better but alas. Book four is not as bad as book 3 that's why I gave it two stars. I hate to be so negative but I was so disappointed with how these turned out. However, I would definitely recommend people read books 1 & 2 they are very good.
The characters and storylines of this series are engaging. I find myself anticipating the next page before I am finished reading the one I am on currently. So looking forward to reading the ongoing tales of The Aermian Feuds. Well done!