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5.0 out of 5 starsReally like this book !
Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2019
I already have the other 2 books very invested!! Was into queen Isador but i like having all the books on my display instead of waiting like a child !! I'd Rather buy the full selection then 1 by 1 yes I started this 1 because I bought a collection that invested me so I got sucked in! I'm in vested now I have to see it through but yes I'm giving up reading 1 by 1 it's annoying ! Please if you have other completed books message me love your writing!! I mean if you have any full series completed let e know hate getting trapped into different varieties of writers my anxiety has a full on showdown with dividing up which books were more interesting!! 🙃😉
Aria, is an excellent character and her new pickle that she finds herself in is quite a doozy, even for a Templar. This is plotted very well, I found myself choked with emotion in a few places, because Aria has developed so well that I can feel for her. The supporting characters are well-penned and the action, magic, and creativity are blended into a very worthy read. If you are up for a kick-butt, unconventional female protagonist who gets the job done with some humor to ease the burdens she shoulders, this Un-Oathed Templar Aria is definitely going to make you happy you read her tales. I sure am.
Another great book in the Templar series! Aria continues to struggle with her life choices and finding her mission in life. As time goes on she's more and more convinced that it involves protecting the people of Baltimore, all of the people of Baltimore, human and supernatural. When a mage is mysteriously killed in a park, Aria decides to investigate and soon finds herself dealing with angels and demons and death magic. Her best friend from her previous magic group decides that her friendship with Aria is more important than the ban on interacting with her. Aria continues to try to do the right thing but struggles when it seems like the bad guys will get away with murder.
After really enjoying book 1 I was excited when this book came out. Sadly it feels like a hugely rushed book. The story is fairly dull, Aria seems pretty one dimensional and the interesting Dario has really lost his edge. The ending was pretty flat and I cannot believe what happens Arias best friend but it's barely touched upon. Won't be bothering in the future.
I would have given this four stars, except that the heroine annoyed me soooooo much, by not asking the glaringly obvious question of 'why are you doing this?' until 90% of the book, despite numerous opportunities. So damn stupid. Other than that it was a good novel, not up to the Imp series, but I am extremely fond of that set.