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The second book in the Imnada Brotherhood series is full adventure, action, intrigue, romance and the Fae.

During Callista’s attempt to escape her cruel brother and the man he’s sold her to, she meets David, one of the Imnada who has been cursed.  David fights his attraction to Callista throughout their journey, for what he believes is good reason.

The suspense builds throughout the book as the couple is pursued by two sets of enemies, both with very nefarious intentions.  The author has built a world that engages the reader in tangled webs of greed, supernatural racism, magic and deception.

The historical time period of the book is vividly described by the author without her over describing it. The characters are strong and believable with all the emotional angst that characters should have in their position.  And she created a great conclusion to the Callista and David’s story.

The only drawback to this book that I found was that at times the story seemed to move a little too slow and jumped from one scene to the next a little abruptly. But not so much that I won’t still be looking forward to the next book.

I was provided an ARC of this book by NetGalley in return for an honest review.

3 STARS

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