Ironically for the time traveling, chief seer of the supernatural world, time has never been on Cassie Palmer’s side. There has always seemed to be too much to learn, too much to master, and never enough hours in a day. But the tables have now turned, and the fluctuating timelines of Earth and Faerie are diverging, slowing time in Faerie relative to Earth, and giving humans an advantage for the first time in their war with the fey. It is one they desperately need, for a literal war of the worlds is about to take place. To win, or even to survive, Cassie and her allies, the powerful vampire senator Mircea Basarab and the formidable war mage John Pritkin, will have to pull off their greatest feat yet. And find a way to become more than the sum of their parts.
Happy to have the story continued ...
This whole series is great. Love all the details, usually, but this time around there were quite a few typos in my electronic copy, which is unexpected.
Also, some scenes were verbose without adding to the story, sometimes found myself skipping whole paragraphs because - get to the point already.
Cassie has developed, but there are times as I was reading where her choices made no sense. No sense!
Spoiler Alert *********
At the end of the last book, Lovers Knot was used by her and Pritkin. Now she’s experiencing it with Mircea and she doesn’t ask her lover? And Rhea, did that get resolved, do we care?
Look, I am so invested in this series, I’ve read every single book more than once. And while I’m happy to get a new book to push the story along, I’m going to hope the next one really gives us another side to Cassie.
I am getting a bit tired of Cassie being 3 steps behind, making odd choices, and not learning from her lessons. But that’s because I love reading about her!!!