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by C.L. Wilson
Released: October 30, 2007
Series: Tairen Soul #2
Published by Leisure Books
This series just gets better and better!
Rain and Ellysetta are fast becoming one of my favourite romantic couples. What I like about their romance is that although it is a fated-to-be-mated plot line, they still have doubts Ellie based in her insecurity about who she is and Rain through his past experience of love the consequences of which scorched the world. So, although they are soul mates I like the slow build up of trust between them and watching Ellie’s feeling going from hero-worship and fear to something deeper. Having said that, the first two books are set over 10 days, it just feels much longer from all the events that happen to them!
Not only do Rain and Ellie make these books for me, but the secondary characters in this also come to vivid life from C.L. Wilson’s fantastic writing. Ellie’s quintet, her parents, the King & Queen they all have a role to play and Wilson manages to wrangle all sorts of emotions from you in this book through them.
As well as the romance between Rain and Ellie and teh character, what also draws me to this series is the pending war between the Eld and the Fey. I can’t wait to see what happens next, this book gives you a lot more details on the Mage’s activities and I can’t wait to see what happens next. I am particually looking forward to see how Ellie is meant to heal the Tairen.
This is a great series a blend of romance and adventure, magic and swords and I can’t wait to start on the next one.
They could not fight. They could not win. But with each moment left for them to live, they could love. That was the greatest gift the gods could ever give, and it was worth the price they would have to pay.
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