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    Epic Fairypocalypse!

    In the first Shattered Realms novel Mackenzie and Hunter, two people from different worlds, collide in a magical apocalypse. Now, in Queen of Iron and Blood, Mackenzie is left to watch over the Undying Lands while Hunter returns to Earth. There's still the Iron Bound to deal with, after all, and the former king. Not to mention the human army that very much wants Hunter dead. "Mackenzie was queen of the Iron Bound. She was tied to this realm, responsible for it the way she’d been responsible for Riley as a child. Not because no one else would do it, but because she couldn’t not do it. It was not in her to run away." In the first book, Mackenzie was all about saving her brother, Riley. Her connection with Hunter was born out of necessity for survival. With the world ending, there wasn't much time for romance. But it's enough to convince Hunter he wants her by his side. Even if he only made her queen to save her life. Now, Mackenzie is reunited with Riley, and dumped with a heap of responsibilities she never asked. Rather than cave in under the pressure, however, she stands up to the challenge. It was so much fun watching our heroine come into her power and just what being queen means. While I hated that she and Hunter were separated, I loved her growth as a character. Hunter likewise, is forced to confront the demons of his past, so he and his people can have a future. He has spent enough time on Earth to share sympathy with the humans, but he's met his match in Hannah, the girl who tried to kill him. "No matter what else she might be, Hannah was a soldier now. She would fight for her home. She would fight for her family. No matter what came next." If you don't remember Hannah, she is Riley's friend and fellow teen soldier from the first book. And in my opinion, she steals the show in Queen of Iron and Blood. Hannah is no-nonsense and a born survivor. Which is a good thing, when your commander decides not to trust you. Left to make her own judgments, Hannah decides to join forces with Hunter. But they quickly realize they make the perfect team. I confess I wasn't sure where the author would lead these characters. All I know, and this is the most important thing really, is I was anxious to learn what happened next. I'm a huge Melissa Wright fan. Her fantasy novel, Frey was one of the first Kindle books I ever purchased and I've read everything she's written since. Wright has a true gift for telling compelling stories with intriguing characters. Shattered Realms is no exception. In many ways, this may be my favorite story she's told to date. With enough stakes and action to keep you guessing, this is the fairypocalypse amalgamation dystopian fans didn't know they were missing.
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