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- Print Length: 106 pages
- Publisher: HarperImpulse; ePub edition edition (29 Jan. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00O7CP4ZS
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- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #146,618 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read all four of these books in the space of four nights and AJ dragged me into the the world of Faedrah and Rhys and I had to keep reading until I finished them all, I was that engrossed in this series. I love them both and really wanted everything to work out for them both. Although through the books I clicked a few things that were cliff hangers I think that comes more from me reading lots of AJ's books rather then the threads being obvious.
In this book things aren't quite working out how Faedrah and Rhys expect and this gripped me and I would cry nnoooo in parts and yeaahhh in others. This series really does show that love literally conquers all.
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Faedrah and Rhys journey back to her time, albeit with trepidation. Rhys isn't exactly welcome with open arms; he is the son of the evil wizard, Galleod. And Rhys himself is a wizard, although he gets that bombshell dropped on him upon arrival.
I love the direction this series has taken. I didn't like Rhys in book 1, but he's proven himself to be honorable after all. He not only proves to Faedrah's (adopted) brother (technically cousin) Vaighn that he IS worthy of Faedrah after all. To be honest put in Vaighn's position I'd have made Rhys prove himself, too. I mean he just shows up from 500 yrs in the future and he's the son of THE enemy wizard. This book does, however question the ideal that the sins of the father are not necessarily the sins of the offspring.
While the queen is in Rhys's corner, the king is not. Of course he's overprotective of his daughter, but again, the sins of the father come into question. But Rhys and Faedrah's love for one another is never in question. In fact Rhys would rather die than let anything happen to her. She feels the same, and takes matters into her own hands.
That's another thing I love about these books. Faedrah (taking after her mother) isn't some weak, sniveling damsel in distress. F that! She puts everyone in their place, with words as well as actions. Most "heroines" in romance novels don't know Uranus from their own anus!
Rhys, unlike most alpha jerks in a lot of books nowadays, is proud of Faedrah's spine. He's proud to be by her side. Now THIS is how men should act. Send this series to students of "manhood 101"!
When he comes up with a sure fire way to protect Faedrah, his father goes after the people of the kingdom instead. Since Galleod is now drawing out the enemy, one only needs to move onto book 4 to see where it goes!