I didn’t want to ruin the experience.
Now I have read the sequel, Fire Blessed, and I’m still not telling.
I can’t tell you how it was that the author took a story that sucked me in so completely, expanded it and made the next installment even better without spoiling it for you.
I can’t give away just how the characters, that I wished had more substance in the first book, are fleshed out in this one. (But now there are characters of such complexity that I can’t decide if I love them or hate them.)
I can’t hint at the scheming going on behind the scenes. If you haven’t read UnBlessed you must come to it at it’s proper time. (But oh the scheming!)
And I can’t possibly tell you exactly how it leaves you at the end. (But I’m ready for book three!)
What can I tell you?
I can tell you that I’d absolutely recommend that you read it for yourself!
Would I recommend it? Start with UnBlessed (or it just wouldn’t be right) and have this one at hand for as soon as you reach the last page!