Great book but only the second story I've read by the author / pen name. Now, I want to know what happens next! I was left hanging, standing behind the door with the "human" character.
Please, please, please let us know more about this world or about the wood guardians? Or both?
I'm so happy Grace Draven is writing again as I have all her books from Amberquill (too few and too short!) but always wanted more. Now, after "Master of Crows" another novel-length offering from Ms Draven, and it is GOOD. Now, as I'm never content, I'm waitung for more.
If you're looking at this book without having read the previous volumes then go back and start at the beginning, if you're already a fan I don't need to tell you how great this books is - because I can promise it is. However, if I actually started to tell you about the plot I'd tell too much as we're seamlessly thrown into the action started in the last voume.
I can promise, you will find the emotion, humour, action and excitement we've gotten used to in all her writing.
I'm an avid reader of the works of four of the six authors and none of them disappointed - well, I would have liked the stories to be longer as there's still so much I want to learn about the characters. The same goes for the two "not-so-often-read" authors.
A VERY good anthology and for 3.99 a steal.
Now I want MORE and LONGER *grumble*
It took me a bit to finally start with this book but when I actually did I couldn't put it down again.
Excitement, intrigue, romance, friendship, betrayal and abiding love, this book has it all.
As I'm not a diligent reviewer, I'm rather late with this (waiting for book 4 now) but that alone should show that I follow the series closely. Travis and Charlie are a great couple with lives I like to follow. If you liked the first, you'll probably want more and if not: "what are you doing here? start with the first and then come back!"