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    Filled with mythical creatures!

    Audiobook: Narrator - Sarah Lucero I really enjoyed this narration, more so than the first book. Ms. Lucero did an excellent job of accents, male and female characters as well as pulling me into the story. Wow, this is chocked full of fantastical creatures from mythology and bursting with layer upon layer of danger and drama that will cast its spell upon you from one heartbeat to another. As Ashling searches for clues to her parent’s disappearance, there is danger at every turn. Her sister is coming into her own powers which opens doors to more secrets and adventure. Along the way, Ashling continues to grow closer to Aengus but is also being pulled in another direction. I’m not a fan of love triangles, but I have to admit, this one adds a new depth I didn’t see coming. Although this is primarily Ashling’s story, her siblings are definitely rising up to take their place and I can see that there’s a big showdown on the horizon. I was definitely engaged with this, although listening instead of reading some of the more finer details of the mythological beings could be a bit difficult at times. I wasn’t always able to rewind for a deeper listen so I lost some of the threads along the way. Nevertheless, the sheer energy of this story is evident throughout. There were moments that were down right startling and sometimes frightening. I confess, I’m curious to see how this is all going to end!
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    Even better than the first

    This was another beautifully written book in the Guardian of Erin series. I enjoyed the Cauldron Stirred a couple of months ago and was excited to continue the adventure, and I have to say I liked this one even more. A few things stand out. First, the characters from book 1 continued to be developed. This book explored more of the sibling relationships between Ashling and her younger sister and twin brothers which I really enjoyed. I also am loving her relationship with Aengus and their sparks of first love. But her attraction to Lorcan is intriguing and also realistic because relationships can be tricky, especially when there are thousands of years of history complicating them. Second, this book got to the action more quickly as there wasn’t a need for all the introductions and world-building that are required in a first book of a series. Although I assume there are more books, planned the reader wasn’t left on a cliff-hanger waiting for the next book. I’d recommend this for teens of all ages and adults interested in the a paranormal. And if you know anything about Irish mythology, I assume it would be a must-read.
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    Lorcan or Aengus?

    How mixed my feelings are between Lorcan and Aengus! The author does an incredible job at making the reader care about both characters and like certain characteristics that one has that the other might not have. While Aengus is protective and keeps his secrets, Lorcan is more easygoing and upfront. I can feel Aengus’s hope on every page as he learns to trust Ashling, and the pain of his broken heart when he feels he is betrayed. Wonderfully written, intriguing story, and easy to get invested in the characters. And what’s going on with Bridget and Greagoir? Are we getting their story too? 😉 So far, I have really enjoyed this series, and I’m definitely looking forward to reading the third!
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