Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Short and Sweet Book Reviews #31 - Assassin Queen by Anna Kashina, Path of Fate by Diana Pharaoh Francis, Lady of the Star Wind by Veronica Scott

Assassin Queen (Majat Code, #3)Assassin Queen by Anna Kashina
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

All of the key players are here in the final book of the Majat Code. Kara has been marked in the last battle with the Kaddim Brothers and that is at the heart of this final battle. That mark can turn her to the other side and there does not seem to be any way to stop that from happening. I loved how every character on the good side worked so hard to win that final battle and how everything turned out to be for the best for every characters. There is a lot of action, tension and danger in the book. It all weaves into a wonderful ending for everyone. Start at the beginning for maximum enjoyment of this interesting and different series.

Path of Fate (Path, #1)Path of Fate by Diana Pharaoh Francis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a re-issue of the Path series by Francis. I loved it the first time I read it and loved it even more this time. Reisil is such a strong character. No matter what happens she does not let it get her down. All of the back story and world building are part of the story line and never interfere with the flow of the story. While there is a conclusion to the plot in the book it is easy to tell that Reisil has much more of a story to tell. There is action, adventure, a little romance, betrayal and an all around good story line to keep interest high.

Lady of the Star WindLady of the Star Wind by Veronica Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sandy and Mark are two great characters who make a choice that will change their lives. They have a history but it is 20 years in the past. There is a lot they have to work out and they have to do it in a very different world from the one they know. This is very different from previous Sector Romances. It is a very interesting mix of fantasy and scifi. Look for outstanding world building, great characters, and a romance that spans over 20 years.

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