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Fated (The Coldest Fae Book 4) Kindle Edition
There's a prophecy that the white wolf will save Arcadia from the clutches of a terrible storm.
I am the white wolf, but even I'm having trouble believing the prophecy.
The former Prince Radulf is meant to be dead, but he's not. His spirit has taken possession of Prince Cillian's body, and if that wasn't bad enough, whatever soul bond the Prince and I had is gone.
The only way to re-forge my bond with the Prince is to win the Royal Selection, but the city of Windhelm thinks I'm a murderer, and may outright kill me as soon as I walk through their gates.
It's a chance I'm going to have to take, because if I fail, then it won't just be Arcadia that falls, but so will Earth once the armies of winter come crashing through portals like avalanches.
- ASIN : B08Y5YP518
- Publisher : Supernal Publishing (April 25, 2021)
- Publication date : April 25, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4302 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 259 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,932 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It was ‘go!’ from page one. It’s amazing to see the transformation in all the characters from book 1 to now. Dahlia is no where near who she used to be as a meek, mild seamstress. Mira has a heart filled with compassion instead of ice. Even ‘the prince’, who was once the enemy has redeemed himself in my eyes by the end.
The only thing I didn’t like was how the end is so abrupt.
Like how did killing the king just destroy the storm? How were they connected? What happened to the princes?
What about the moon children? The Ulhan? Dahlia’s mothers ? Or even Mareen?
There were so many threads still left out there.
-Unique plot line
-Decent world building
-In depth character development for most characters in the story
-Every single book except the last one ends in a cliffhanger.
-Random cursing for dramatic effect, which diminishes due to continual repetition. I would prefer no cursing and more communication or exclamatory phrases not based on the shock value of foul language.
-There is a weird expectation that the h feel shame if a creepy pervert takes her clothes and other perverts stare at her. The victim earns no shame for someone else’s crime. All embarrassment belongs to the creep who threatens to steal or actually steals her clothes because he’s a coercive pervert or a thief. All shame belongs to the peeping Tom perverts who stare at someone to shame her and prove they don’t have the integrity to not coerce, steal, bully, or feed their lust on the attempted blame and humiliation of a weaker victim. I kind of wish the h had verbally acknowledged and denied their attempts at victim blaming.
-Some consent issues about whether h & H had a choice about their physical attraction and actions due to the magic “soul bond” she eventually gets rid of. Major points for getting rid of the sexual coercion of “Fate.”
-Some graphic sex scenes that are not physiologically realistic, but also are not painful to either partner, so points for them not hurting their partner on purpose.
-The whole random sexual attraction out of the blue, with no background or development, to people of the same sex was weird. Both times seem like an afterthought because there isn’t a LGBTQA character development plot line.
1. The h crushes only on boys, kisses only boys, falls into faeland, Looooves her soulmate even if she isn’t comfortable with her attraction, is around the strongest and most beautiful girls every dangerous trial with zero interest, and then suddenly during a flight from predators she crushes on a girlfriend and then becomes more involved with the H with no explanation or revisiting.
2. Every other relationship has background development or foreshadowing or flirting that introduces the romance to the reader, but with zero lead in, discussion, flirting or even discussion about developing a friendship or attraction, suddenly the friend of the h just appears to be partnered romantically with someone of the same sex. They never meet the parents of the partner or discuss the relationship at all.
-There is Graphic bloodletting (I skipped anything where the character begins describing gore from creepy predators, because that’s not my thing).
1. h’s mothers never discover her HEA
2. h denies the soulbond due to H lack of remorse, but later married him w/o resolving this
-Fate runs everything but acknowledges freewill and basically seems to exist to deny the God creates good works for Christians to do before they are born and leaves the marks of his existence evident evident throughout creation, which can be observed by all people, leaving them without excuse for understanding that they are loved and there is a way to exist under grace being forgiven and forgiving others in order to create world without sin, we’re no one coerces anyone else and calls it a virtue because the fruit of the spirit is self control.
I love how the characters where able to change fate. We weren’t stuck with “well it’s written this way and so be it”.
Great battle scenes and redemption for the bad guys.
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Also, it's probably difficult to end a serious after that much action, so credit where credit's due