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    Intriguing world with likable chaeacters

    This follows the first book, Ghost's Sight. In this book, you get thrown into the action and a world you know nothing about otherwise. In that way, the first book is almost like a prequel of how they met. If you are have patience, that will be recapped in several passages throughout the book, so it can be read as a standalone. Ghost is a witch that acts as a doctor to the local village and Gerry is a hunter. Even with having read the first one, the details are sketchy. They live in a type of post apocalyptic world that has evolved into a hunter/gatherer society where they sometimes use old technology that has been salvaged. There is an interesting belief system and loose type of leadership we are not told a lot about. Although short stories/novellas, this is frustrating because it sounds fascinating and the details are not given to us--only enough to tell us the story. I will say this book has more details than the first, like layers of an onion being peeled back, so I hope that continues if there are more in the series. In fact, maybe that is an intriguing writing style to suck you in. I want to know about the godsmen and the other regions. Still, it is enough to picture what their world looks like: what daily life is life, how and what people eat, what they do for work and how they get trade. In a world that seems at times violent and dangerous, Ghost and Gerry are quite sweet and honorable. The love scenes tend to the graphic while still being loving and intimate. Ghost has a vision from the Seeker, which seems to be a deity, and then there is an outbreak of sickness in the village. He asks other witchsisters for help and tries to find his mentor, Witch who is traveling. Things are not what they seem and Ghost has to seek answers to help stop the sickness. I like the blurring of epic fantasy with science fiction. I have the same complaint of both books: after the buildup of a situation, or the outlines of a villain, things are resolved instantly. While this is not a cliffhanger, it feels like there is some unfinished business so now I await the next one.
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    A super fun read!

    I loved this story. Even more than the first. In this one, the village is hit with an epidemic that is killing the old and the young and Ghost must find the cure. Gerry has a choice to make... be Ghost's Alpha or his Mate. The writing was great. The story was interesting. More characters were introduced in this book and you really got more of a glimpse into the magical world of Ghost's sister witches. A super fun read!
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