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    Magical Romance

    Expecting to read a historical romance and finding dragons, trolls, giants and other mythical creatures in a setting that was more magical than Medieval was a bit of a surprise. Putting that aside was not easy but after I did I found the story to be a fun, easy read that provided possibilities in a fantastic setting along with an interesting romance between Adrian and Maisie. The novel allowed a glimpse into what the other Fallen Angels were doing and provided information about Glayer Felsteppe, who continued to be the bad guy in this book as he was in Valentine, the first book in the series. Book three, Roman’s story, was set up and I look forward to reading it although I do hopes that it will be less magical and more medieval than this one was. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the copy of this book to read and review.
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    I really enjoyed the way that Grothaus returns with her readers to the world that she had begun to create with the first novel in the series. She continues to develop the world and the creatures within it, drawing me into it as well. Her descriptions give the creatures and characters a larger than life feel while also painting a vivid picture of the setting. I loved the sense of journey and quest that you feel between the main characters. Not only are they on a physical journey but you can also feel them coming together as individuals. It was a unique parallel. It helped me get to know them on multiple levels and feel as if I’d truly met them. They also filled their roles in the story well. These were the types of individuals that I found myself wanting to journey with. I can’t say more without spoiling the story, but just know that these two were great main characters who are surrounded by a likeable supporting cast that fills out the story well. Once again Grothaus has created a unique and entertaining novel that is definitely well worth the read. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

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