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    4.5 stars! A Medieval bad boy & new BBF

    This is the story of a rabbit (Harlan) and a hawk (Ursula)…loyalty and betrayal…love and disappointment…shifters and magic…set in the medieval fantasy world of the Twelve Kingdoms…and the Thirteenth. I’m so sad this series is now finished. But wait! A prequel has just been released. *Happy dance* I appreciate having the maps before the start of the story. It only took two paragraphs, and I was back immersed in the Twelve Kingdoms. This is written in first person, which I usually hate, but the underlying story overcame my dislike for the voice and shines. I was charmed by the hero… I laughed… I got all weepy in places… I enjoyed the smoking hot chemistry between Harlan and Ursula… I stayed up all night to finish the last two thirds of it. The mercenary captain Harlan (the hero) is a wily warrior – I just adore him. The way he flirts and tempts in such a masculine way…smoking hot! A Medieval bad boy to be sure. Just tempts you, ahem Ursula, into things… Harlan is definitely my new book boyfriend. He’s rough around the edges but just…yeah. You really should read this series in order. I haven’t read book 1, The Mark of the Tala, yet and therefore was a little lost in the beginning of book 2, The Tears of the Rose, because of it. While book 2 was good, this one is much better. And I will definitely be going back and reading book 1 and *clapping* the just-released prequel, Negotiation. If you haven’t read any of Jeffe Kennedy’s fantasy romance titles, you are definitely missing out. Ms. Kennedy is definitely on my “not to be missed” authors list.
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    Best of the Trilogy

    More like a 4.5 rating. I would suggest one read books 1&2 before reading this one because everything comes together nicely at the end of this trilogy if you know how the storyline developed leading up to this book. My pet peeve with the first two books is noted in my reviews. Suffice it to say that lewd and crude interfere with the flow of the story. The way the relationships between the sisters, their mates, their father and the rest of the characters intertwine, no pun intended for those of the sisters and their mates, coupled with the well described setting in which the story takes place, made these books well worth reading.
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    The Talon of the Hawk

    Kennedy brings her world to life with a flare that allows readers to easily picture it. The tale was remarkably intriguing and kept my attention. What a wonderful ending to this trilogy. I love how everything wasn’t tied up in a pretty bow, but yet all of the loose ends were tied up, leaving openings for the series to continue. The pacing of the novel was great, neither racing forward at breakneck pace nor lagging. I appreciated the fact that not all of the characters in this novel were loveable. The mix of characters that we get to know kept me on my toes and made it all seem so much more real. The strength of character in the min players of the novel was fantastic. This was a great story that took me away from reality for a while. And for those who haven’t read the rest of the series, don’t worry. It’s a great story in and of itself as well. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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