The heirs born of a daughter's treachery will see their true loves demise.
Kyra has always known where her future was headed… A love that will lead to her death, but one she will gladly embrace and relish, as long as the Fates see fit to allow. As the omniscient daughter of an elite class of warrior, Kyra is ready to welcome all that her lineage has afforded her. Including the love of her best friend.
Makiah has watched every step he's ever made, with the eyes of the Underworld posing a constant threat, and the weight of a family curse given life nearly a millennium ago breathing down his neck, he can't afford to make mistakes.
Now that the Immortal Heart Academy has reopened and the next generation of guards and warriors are being recruited, Kyra, Makiah and their friends are busy working through the rigorous training, while struggling to find their place among their peers. As spring finds its way to the Middle World, Makiah's determination begins to falter, after he pushes the one woman he's always loved further away, and the reality of a lonely existence begins to weigh on him.
With the help of their friends, Kyra and Makiah will fight against the Underworld, the curse, each other and the outside forces that would threaten to break them all apart.
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Great Start to a new Series!
Let me start this review by letting you know that Magen McMinimy is one of my favorite authors, and the Immortal Heart Series is one of my favorite group of books. So when I found out she was creating a spin-off to Immortal Heart with the Immortal Academy books, I was thrilled! The epic tale of the Fae warriors now continues with the next generation, and they are every bit as entertaining and loveable as their parents. That's not to say they aren't going to encounter their share of challenges and woe. This book. is full of every emotion you can think of. I was laughing one moment then crying the next. McMinimy has a way of pulling you in quickly, and you are happy to follow along as she weaves her epic tales of love, loss, and the journey of fate. These young people are all layered as only the great characters are. They are trying to navigate being young while having the pressure of greatness thrust upon them. Their greatness is only enhanced by their flaws and how they grow from them. In Cursed, McMinimy has set up the perfect start to what I’m confident will be an amazing series. This book was full of passion, anger, sadness, and joy, and I can't wait to see what happens next. You don't need to read the Immortal Heart Series before diving into this new series. I recommend this book wholeheartedly, and hopefully, after reading it, you'll go get the originals. You definitely won't regret it!!