With the truth of Ellie's place among the Balance Keepers finally coming to light, training now begins. She must learn to harness the powers that are growing within her, some spiraling out of control. Confusion and frustration become her constant companions as her search for answers does nothing but push her further from the man she's come to love.
David is The Light, the speaker of truth, the whisperer of good in the world. His desire for more than he can have with his new apprentice tears at the fabric of his own stability bit by bit. He knows what the future holds - and just how damning it will be for Ellie if she's not prepared to handle it - but he's forbidden to help.
As tragedy becomes reality, will she reach for The Light or run into the soothing arms of The Darkness?
©2015 Kate Thomas (P)2016 Kate Thomas
Generally, yes...this is the second in a series and does not stand alone.
I think the first book In The series was better. This one didn't seem to flow as well and I thought there might be some continuity errors (how affected her mother was by her disease, for example).
Yes, although I did prefer the voice (richness, sexiness, clarity) of David by the narrator of the first book.
Perhaps I am too literal with this but I was disappointed the title didn't match the book. The heroine has gifts and one of them is "light" and in this book the premise is she is training to learn about her light gift. But...most of the book is about another of her gifts and how that gift affects her.
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