Blood of the Sorcerer (The Kingdom Chronicles #2) by B.C. Morin
Coming Oct. 31st 2012
Love will be tested, great powers will emerge, and hearts will break over a death no one saw coming….
Princess Alannah hoped that upon her arrival in Anrad, things would begin to look up. But she comes to find that the warrior fae that she has fallen in love with is truly the Prince of Anrad and has been betrothed to another by his dying father. Isibeal, his betrothed, is beautiful, strong, and hiding a secret that Alannah is determined to reveal.
Adding to her worries, her sister Evyette has set off on a journey to uncover her increasingly mysterious past. Finally discovering who she is and where she came from, Evyette will find that some things are better left unknown. As Tristan and Kaleb help Eveytte through this discovery, she is yanked from their clutches by Samil who has volunteered her as the final sacrifice for him to remain in this realm.
Will Alannah succeed in her training at the hands of Master Jadoc, the Elder Faerie and still make it in time to join Tristan and Kaleb in stopping Samil? Will Brennus go against his dying father's last request and follow his heart?
* I received this book from the author in return for an honest review.
B.C. Morin has done it again! Blood of the Sorcerer is a captivating, action packed and romantic book that will leave you wanting more. I love the fact we get to learn a lot more about the characters and the journey they must take to grow into who they are as a person. In this book we meet a few new characters along with the old ones and I have to say I just love Master Jadoc, who is Alannah trainer. Some of the things they say to one another really made me laugh and he is defiantly a person you want on your side in a battle!
Blood of the Sorcerer is defiantly a book I’d read over and over I highly recommend it. I really enjoyed the turns and overall journey they have to go through to defend the ones they love. But will defending them be enough or will Alannah lose the one she loves to a dying father's last request?
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