I read the second out of the trilogy first and loved it then. Found the first and third to complete a wonderful story. Love, loyalty, and hope.
I love this trilogy. It's well written and researched. the characters are really lively and brought to life by both the author and narrative. I would definitely recommend this book to those who like mythical books
I loved this trilogy family history suspense and great love ir was just awesome i love the different times in history and how they become a team i recommend this as one of my favorites
looking forward to rest of the series. I felt I was right there all along and see even down to the softest light. I can't wait to start book two.
My favorite way to get my reading fix when I am on the move
As hard as it was to get through the beginning of this book, it was that beginning that set up the plot that turned out to be very engaging.
Hoyt is my favorite character because he seems to having the purest heart. He is willing to sacrifice everything for everyone.
My favorite scene was Hoyt's proposal to Glenna.
I got about 3/4 of the way through this. I liked the characters and the overall storyline, so I wanted to keep going. But I gave up for a couple of reasons.
For my taste there was not enough action and too much of the characters lamenting their losses, and squabbling, and then lamenting their squabbling. Also "plot advancement by means of character stupidity" featured too heavily.
I didn't like the narrator's fake Irish accent with Heavy. Use of. Dramatic. Pauses. Also, he used the same whiny voice for women that George Guidall uses, which sounds like the voice of a middle-aged person and thus seemed wrong for the 20-something witch protagonist.