Gilded Moon: The Sapphire Star Saga

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Betrayal by one of their own cuts deep as Victoria, Alexandra, Lillian and Evangeline must learn to move on without Ryhan. Cleaning up the mess left by the giants isn’t their only challenge. They are faced with the reality that Axiom is far more prepared and willing to kill them, and anyone who stands in his way. An Army is coming for them, will they be too late to save those they love the most? More

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Words: 62,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311621900
About A.L. Meinhold

A.L Meinhold lives in Indiana with her wife and their two children. Her passions are writing and photography.

Also in Series: The Sapphire Star Saga

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Review by: Charity Rowell on Feb. 04, 2016 :
In Gilded Moon, readers quickly discover that the closeness that the daughters were achieving in the first book is not easy to maintain as they are still reeling from the loss and betrayal caused by Rhyan's departure. We get to see how the resulting exhaustion and distrust between the daughters affect their powers and their relationships with each other; if the grass is really greener in Axiom's part of the world as we check in on Rhyan; and discover the mistakes that some people made in their interpretations of Samhelia's prophecy.

I enjoyed Fated Volition, the first book in The Sapphire Star Saga, so I have been looking forward to reading Gilded Moon. Meinhold did not miss a beat as she picked up a little over a month after the battle with the giants in Fated Volition. Within the first few pages, readers get the impression that all is not well with the daughters as Meinhold quickly draws readers into the world she has created.

Gilded Moon is fantastic, wondrous, romantic, and sometimes dark; it was easy to immerse myself in, and difficult to remove myself from, the world that Meinhold created. I am looking forward to the next book in The Sapphire Star Saga.
(reviewed 29 days after purchase)

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