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  • Great read

    Story flows well and incorporates the first book, reading the next one

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  • Just ok

    I thought the book was just ok. While I did enjoy the Merr elements, I just didn't care for Iason and Cass' relationship. It just seemed very placed and too "love at first sight" versus a progression that I enjoy more. Again, it was an ok read, but not something I would re-read.

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  • Better than the first

    I like this better than the first book. There is overlap since the stories happen simultaneously. I found myself skimming over those things. They are needed if you are reading out of order. I would recommend reading in order just to help place characters but it may not be an issue. There are still things I could do without but overall not a bad read. I still feel as though some things are very glossed over. Because of that, the reactions surrounding such things aren't as authentic. I know that statement is not clear but I didn't want to spoil the story. I want to know what happens to the Olympians and their slaves. I feel bad for Lysander in particular. 3.5 stars I received a free copy from BookSprout in exchange for my honest opinion.

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  • Fate's fickle!

    Cassandra has come to terms with her fast-approaching end. Her terminal illness has robbed her of a lot but she has determined that she'll go out her own way. But when she is the only survivor of a shipwreck she thinks fate has a twisted sense of humour - why save her when she is going to die anyway? Iason may have been her rescuer but he wants so much more. There is no way he will allow her to die! Cassandra is determined to enjoy the limited time she has with Iason, telling herself she'll leave him so he doesn't have to watch her die. A terrific little story. There are plenty of things to keep you occupied between the steamy interludes. We even get a cameo appearance from Bridgette and Caderyn. Well worth a read!

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  • Cassandra: worthy or wifey-wife?

    I received a copy from Booksprout; this is my honest review. -I liked the first one better. This one has too many repeats (copy/paste mostly) from book one. The descriptions are almost word for word. The healer's desk, the walls, the waiting room, etc. Then the caves and how Cassandra felt about her cancer. -I really like how the men - Hunters - take their responsibilities seriously. The problem is that they can also be as baffled as the reader when it comes to their woman. They all run when things get too hot for them. There are other solutions to fix issues. -I didn't think Cassandra brought much to the people, unlike Aidan and Bridget. We didn't get to see if she was "worthy" or just a wifey-wife. -The author was good at getting us to feel Iason's desperation when he lost Cassandra and felt guilty by not protecting her in the abyss, which is too bad because she brought it on herself. -I was wishing we'd get a bit further with the Olympians but not enough. Also, there must be another way to meet the Olympians than having the wives running away from their husbands. -I'm curious to see where the next book will bring us but I hope that Lyra won't run away too.

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