Amanda

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Smashwords book reviews by Amanda

  • Centaur Legacy on Dec. 01, 2012
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    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. Holy smokes, I think this book was better than the first one. I have read several of Nancy Straights books and I have enjoyed each one. This one was certainly no exception. This book takes off right where the last book left off. Drake and Cami are flying to Ireland. There was so much going on in this book and the action kept the book moving forward and kept me engaged in the story. I really love the dynamic of Drake and Cami's relationship. I loved watching the relationship grow and blossom while at the same time seeing the insecurities of a new relationship appearing. This isn't instal-love but a love connection that is built and grows through the bonding of the two involved. The relationship is just very well done and I love seeing how Ms. Straight builds the love story. The mythology in this book still fascinates me and the change in Drake within this book left me stunned. That is probably the best word to describe my feeling. I did miss some of the characters from the first book (Gage, Bianca, and Cami's brothers). I'm also really hoping we see more of Cameron in the next book. Overall, this was a fabulous book and the only down side is that the next one isn't out yet. I highly recommend this to all my friends who enjoy a good fantasy series with some mythology mixed in.
  • Centaur Legacy on Dec. 01, 2012

    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. Holy smokes, I think this book was better than the first one. I have read several of Nancy Straights books and I have enjoyed each one. This one was certainly no exception. This book takes off right where the last book left off. Drake and Cami are flying to Ireland. There was so much going on in this book and the action kept the book moving forward and kept me engaged in the story. I really love the dynamic of Drake and Cami's relationship. I loved watching the relationship grow and blossom while at the same time seeing the insecurities of a new relationship appearing. This isn't instal-love but a love connection that is built and grows through the bonding of the two involved. The relationship is just very well done and I love seeing how Ms. Straight builds the love story. The mythology in this book still fascinates me and the change in Drake within this book left me stunned. That is probably the best word to describe my feeling. I did miss some of the characters from the first book (Gage, Bianca, and Cami's brothers). I'm also really hoping we see more of Cameron in the next book. Overall, this was a fabulous book and the only down side is that the next one isn't out yet. I highly recommend this to all my friends who enjoy a good fantasy series with some mythology mixed in.