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  • Another good book in this series

    It was good to finally read about Chandler. I really enjoy these books and was curious about this character from book one. She’s so strong and independent. It was good to read her back story and as with the previous two books it’s was a fab witchy read! Really good to just chill out to.

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  • I wasn't engaged by the characters - DNF at 47%

    DNF at 47%. I really liked the second book in this series and so when I saw this book available for review I jumped at the chance, unfortunately the heroine, Chandler, never really grabbed my attention and her love interest, the human journalist Lionel Parker (who of course turns out to be a special snowflake after all) just came across as a bit wet. Chandler had a one-night stand with one of the scions of the High Council's son which resulted in her son Peregrine, her son's father refused to speak to Chandler when she tried to tell him she was pregnant and almost immediately made a dynastic marriage. Peregrine is showing signs of having a dangerous magical talent, the ability to see through faerie glamour, something he inherited from his father and a 'gift' that has led to many witches being killed by the fae. Chandler's former fellow coven witch placed a curse on Lionel which allows him to see fae, or so they think but when the coven try to lift the spell they discover a shocking secret about Lionel's past. Oh, and there's also a plot involving Peregrine's half-brother Aidan who is in a coma and the coven believe that they can restore him to health. Even writing all of this I want to know how it all pans out - but I don't want to read any more of this book, I just don't feel engaged by Chandler and Lionel at all. So at 47% I feel I've given it a good shot and I'm giving up. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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