Today i'm sharing with you my opinion on a book that will release tomorrow " Magic Bound" by Carly Hansen. I décided to share it early because to celebrate the release of book 2 she is offering for a few days only the first book "Magic reborn" on amazon for free and i didn't want you to miss this opportunity so if you haven't gotten book 1 yes you can get it here but hurry because it won't last.
Now it's time that i share with you my opinion on book two before a new storm start again and cut internet ( that's the week for that it seems)
Publisher: Fortem Books
Genre: Ya, Urban fantasySource: eARC
The first book was surprising, this one keeps the excellent quality of the story! We find Fenix and her friends just a few weeks after the events in book 1 and there is a lot of tension brewing. Fenix still need to adjust to her new role and she has a lot to learn while trying to keep it a secret from anyone else.
Alda is a b**** since she lost her treasured motorcycle and is making anyone crazy with strange demands but in fact the situation is deeper than that as Fenix will know.
Fenix is really an heroine we love to follow, she is true to her heart and always protect others, she isn't telling her secret not because she doesn't need understanding but because in that universe where magic is illegal knowing someone has some is already a crime. So she stays silent to protect them.
Gaïus is her mentor but we can see he was still in training...he isn't bad but he is too centered on the peacesmith thing and doesn't realise that it could take different forms...i don't like him a lot not that he is bad but often he is more a burden than a help or at least he feels like it.
On a trip to try to calm Alda, Fenix touches a damaged car and has the vision of a baby....immediately she is decided to save him, no matter the risk and that leads her directly to fayland...not and peaceful place and more dangerous, a place where her magic is bound. So it's without magic and only her courage and the helps of her allies that she will try the impossible.
The rhythm is quick as, the time is running and we keep turning the page to see more so the investigation is good with some twists and it's a great story.
We see how being a peacesmith is natural to Fenix, in fact and she is doing the job....i guess i only regret she didn't speak to Petunia but then it's only the romantic part of me that would have thought that to be a great bonus.
It's a series i do want to continue as we still have a lot to discover.
Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and i voluntary reviewed this book. I received an eARC and voluntary choose to review this book