Scorched Uprising picks right up where Remnants of Ash left off. And boy did this book have WAY more higher stakes. I literally couldn’t put this one down! New creatures were introduced – vampires – that ended up stirring up the plot even more. New settings are also revealed, as we venture into the dark realm of Bram’s beast form – War – as well as the Fae realm itself where Bram is from.
The plot line of the series is completely fast paced-not a dry spot at all, which was why I couldn’t put this one down. Chloe and Bram’s relationship is tested, and there’s an epic battle scene right at the end that had me on the edge of my seat! And WHEW the CLIFFHANGER this one leaves. This is such an intriguing series.
My one and only complaint is the incest (TW FOR INCEST FOR SURE). I totally forgot to mention it in my review of the first book because it’s barely there. But two characters are brother and sister and much intimate in..other ways as well. I felt like it wasn’t necessary to the plot – you can show that siblings still care about each other and still be evil without the incest. It added and took away absolutely nothing to the plot.