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  • Excellent Round Two!

    I thoroughly enjoyed the first book of the series. It artfully combined medieval fantasy with steampunk elements (love those!) and was deeply grounded in the Arthurian myths. I was looking forward to this second book, and I am happy to say that I am not disappointed. It certainly is not as humorous as the first one, as it treads more serious ground. But the author still manages to weave in humor with some excellent one-liners and spells that go very awry. The four main characters spend the bulk of the book separated from each other, but I did love seeing them all together at the beginning. Nathair and Tristan are charged with a mission to get a truth serum from the Snake people, but before they head off, they both get to spend some time with their lady loves. Nathair proposes to Bryhannon, but it didn't go quite as he’d hoped. She has secrets that she can't share—of who she is and a difficult challenge coming up—and this holds her back despite her love for him. One secret finds her before the dreaded Reapers being questioned to see whether she has magic. I felt so sad for Nathair’s sister, whose self-esteem and confidence issues make her doubt Tristan. How will it shake out for these couples? The story focuses a great deal on three Morrigans, who have been cursed by a jealous god to only be able to do evil acts. I enjoyed this aspect as the original Morgan le Fay is one who has always fascinated me. And, what about that serum? As you can tell, a lot is going on here on multiple fronts. But the author juggled everything well. I read most books while I eat lunch or dinner, and I would find myself lingering at the table just to be able to read more about their adventures. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

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