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- Print Length: 106 pages
- Publisher: HarperImpulse; ePub edition edition (18 Dec. 2014)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00O7CP4XA
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- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #144,968 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Sacrifice (The Golden Key Legacy, Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Faedrah is determined to stop the dark wizard, Gaelleod, and save her people’s kingdom from doom. When Rhys comes to realise that Faedrah is indeed a princess from another realm, they work together to find the evil villain. Faedrah and Rhys’ relationship deepens and the chemistry is sizzling hot!.
I loved Faedrah – she is strong, determined and kick-ass, yet still so innocent and niave. And Rhys is swoon-worthy – hot and fiercely protective of Faedrah. I loved the scene when Rhys has the daunting task of meeting her parents, the King and Queen. And the ‘uncles’ are hilarious.
The plot is well constructed with a few plot twists and plenty of humour. It is beautifully written, with memorable characters and enough unanswered questions to keep me hooked.
The Sacrifice is full of action, romance, mystery and intrigue. I was caught up in the adventure with Rhys and Faedrah and can’t wait to find out what happens in Book 3.
This is the second book in the Golden Key Legacy Series. After finishing the first book A Furious Muse I knew I had to find time in my schedule to read the rest of the series.
This book picks up right after the end of the first book. Faedrah has just discovered who Gaelleod is and is working out her next move.
I don't want to give too much of the story away so I'll just say that this book is full of some twists that I did not see coming. There are some revisits to some old characters (for those of you that have read the Golden Key Chronicles) as well some new and interesting ones. I particularly enjoyed the scene where Rhys meets Faedrah's parents.
As with all of AJ's book she really pulls you into the world she has written, whether that be the present day or the Austiere Kingdom. You forget the world around you and fall into the world she has created.
I am itching to get myself wrapped up in the rest of the series.
In this the second book in the series Faedrah and Rhys need to return to Faedrahs own world and Rhys is determined to do whatever it takes to protect Faedrah.
As with all of AJ's books I was instantly transported to a different world and became involved in their story. I loved that both Caedmon and Rowena are back too. Some of the scenes in this story had be laughing out loud especially when they land in Austiere and Faedrah's 'uncles' and the King take a dislike to Rhys.
The sexual tension literally explodes of the page as the story unfolds. I love that Faedrah is kick ass and strong but she also has a vulnerable side that Rhys just wants to protect. Rhys well he is swoon worthy as was Caedmon in the previous series. I love that this was also written from Rhys POV.
I would like also to say sorry for taking so long to post my review as I read this book way back in April/May time.
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I have never been so glad to be behind on a series so I could immediately go and open the next installment in this series. 5/5 Cross posting to My Reading REality
You might remember that the last book ended, somewhat unsurprisingly, with the most horrible cliffhanger to ever hang off a cliff. It killed me. So I was relieved to find that The Sacrifice launches in right where A Furious Muse left us. Rhys has discovered that his father knows Faedrah, that they have some dark history (though he has no idea quite the extent just yet), and he's pretty damned angry. Meanwhile, Faedrah has faced her greatest foe and, much to her horror, run from the room terrified - pretty freaking sensible if you ask me.
From here, what unfolds is a story of revelations and raised stakes.
Not only does Faedrah realize that she loves Rhys, but Rhys realizes that, holy hell, his muse is actually a princess from another realm. And then, the veil reopens. It's a pretty big day for the both of them. As a reader, I was basically freaking out.
The sexual tension between these two continues to be off the charts, but Rhys also gives into his desires and we get some sexy times to end all sexy times. Oh my golly gosh. *fans self furiously*
I just love these two characters. I know I've mentioned it before, but I freaking adore Faedrah and Rhys. While Faedrah is this lost little princess who is also a kick ass fighter, Rhys is my idea of alpha perfection. He totally respects Faedrah, while also being so uber protective and possessive that he's willing to disrespect a king and queen to stand up for her. Yeah... He melts me.
In this installment Rhys meets Faedrah's parents, through the armoire, which is such a fantastic scene. Talk about meeting the parents. I love that we get to see the Caedmon and Rowena of the first series, but from a completely different perspective. It's clear that they are still the same characters, but from Rhys' point of view they take on totally new roles. So good.
Once much is revealed in this installment (though not quite all), Rhys and Faedrah put a plan in action - they will save Faedrah's realm by stealing a vital map from his father, the evil Gaelleod! But nothing could be so easy. Obviously, this one ends in a worse cliff hanger than the first. You didn't doubt it would, did you? Faedrah and Rhys are now in even more trouble than at the beginning of this installment, and we have to wait until January 29 to find out what happens next. Argh.