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    Amazing Page Turner

    An urban fantasy in the spirit of The Dragonriders of Pern that will keep you at the edge of your seat the entire series! Games of Fate I just finished reading this book and I can tell you that it will be highly recommended from me. This is an author to keep your eye on. The power of her words will take you on an amazing adventure of fates, shifters, and burners with some tasteful romance to keep you glued to the pages. I could not put this book down for the life of me and through it all I was cheering encouragement to Rysa and Ladon to defeat the evil and allow their emotions to fully develop. I was not disappointed in the least which is why I chose to rate this as a five star read. Rysa begins her journey without any knowledge of who she truly is and the power she can potentially hold. She meets Ladon and his dragon in a time of need and the three of them fight against all odds to beat back the evil that holds Rysa and threatens to destroy them all. The book played easily with my emotions making me angry at any character fighting against them, happy when they finally accepted to fight together as one, and ALMOST...ok, it brought me to tears when Rysa's mother spoke her riddles of forgiveness. It made me laugh when Rysa ponders what she wishes her future could be, her white picket fence and Ladon and Dragon by her side for always. As I turned the last pages I was holding my breath through fear and worry for the characters that I fell in love with throughout the pages. This book held me captive until I flipped the last page. Amazing work Radcliffe, you have stolen a place among my favourite authors. Flux of Skin I have excitedly rated this novel with FIVE STARS! Trust me, it earned every single one of them. I can't say it enough. Kris Radcliffe has become a new favourite author of mine with this series. Once again she tells an amazing story of fates, shifters, enthrallers, and dragons that you just can not put down. I was sucked right in within the first chapters and sped read until the very last pages. Rysa, a girl like any of us, gets sucked into an extremely wild world full of the supernaturals we come to love in this series. Just when you think that her and Ladon will have the peace they deserve, the love that is so strong between the two, your thrown into an adventure just as captivating as within book one. Their love story is strong within this book, several steamy moments. And the excitement and action is high as Derek is enthralled and kidnapped and leaves the others with unanswered questions and the goal of finding him. Rysa is forced to find her own balance as her Fate and Shifter fight for a place within her crowded mind. Leaving her ill and vulnerable. Radcliffe has the amazing ability to suck you into her novel and you just have to flip the pages quickly to find out how it all ends. Fifth of Blood “And she’d been right about everyone wanting a piece of her.” Kris Austen Radcliffe has done it again, another FIVE STAR review for her third novel in a trilogy that I am now such a huge fan of. These books are worth a read. The world she paints is incredibly detailed, easily imagined, and simple to follow. The characters are extremely well built, I swear she must have charts or something because her characters, all of them, grabbed my every attention and I fell in love with them all the moment the series began. Fifth of Blood is no different. The friction in the beginning of this novel pulls at the reader. Pulls the reader deep into the world that Radcliffe has painted. Rysa and Ladon, the perfect romance between the two begin the novel apart. Your heart aches for them. You keep reading quickly, unable to put the book down, to get to the part where the two lovers get back into each other’s arms again. It captures your attention fully and completely, as you turn through the pages holding on to Radcliffe’s every word in hopes that the next chapter brings the two lovers closer. Rysa has lost her talisman. Without it, she has lost control of all of her abilities and while apologies for mistakes made in the previous novels are made, Rysa is rightfully angry at the whole situation. She needs her talisman, her man, and her dragon. Just as they start to get close chaos rises and makes everything for them so much more difficult. Truly, nothing is ever that easy, everything has its own problems and the question is, can they rise above? Can they find her talisman before it’s too late? Will Ladon watch another lover perish? “’Rysa!’ Ladon roared Everything remaining, ever single pin and staple of humanity that held together his mind, snapped.” It took me a quick three, okay maybe four, days to read this novel. However, the closer I got to the end, the faster I read and the later I would stay up reading. I mean, I finished this novel last night after drinking TWO coffees just to stay awake long enough to finish the novel. Oh boy, was it worth it.
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    Oh My Goodness!! I love this series. The characters are fantastic, engaging, funny,. Rysa is relatable and caring. Ladon is... well no words he's just.. WOW. And Ladon-Dragon is I think one of my all time favorite animal characters . This is an all around great series! Highly recomebd!

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