Cat Barahal and her beloved cousin Bee think they have reached a safe place to shelter. But the Cold Mages who are conspiring to take them prisoner are closing in. The warlord who hopes to conquer all Europa is convinced their destiny is to aid him, whether they want to or not. And the man Cat was forced to marry is back, as vainly arrogant and annoyingly handsome as ever. Worst of all, as Hallows' Night approaches, powers hidden deep within the spirit world are rising. Cat must seek allies against these threats and figure out who to trust, for if she makes the wrong choices, she'll lose everything. Only one thing is certain. When Hallows' Night comes the Wild Hunt will ride - and it feeds on mortal blood.
©2011 Katrina Elliott (P)2013 Recorded Books
After the first book, I looked forward to this book. The two girls are young school girls in the first one, and I expected them to be silly and naive. I expected more from the second book. I also didn't expect the book to turn into a badly written romance. Predictable tropes from dozens of romance novels interfere with the story. The main characters are all obnoxiously thoughtless. over and over and over.
I had heard such good things about her books. I may try another series but it will be after I forget how bad this book is.
NO!! Oh the GELS! I was so tired of her accent!
It inspired me to write a review, which I rarely do, simply so others would not be misled by this book.
Neither a good fantasy nor a good romance.
my mind lives in the aether
#2 so far!
All the accents! I love her narration!
Of course the moment when Andevai walked away from Cat in the bar after Camjaita and Bea show up! I yelled aloud "Go after him!" There were other moments too but that is the one that sticks out now.
I absolutely loved this book. After finishing the Spiritwalker Trilogy this is my favorite of the three. I think mostly because of all the different interactions and places.
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