I enjoyed this, but it took me over a week to get through it – which is always indicative of what?
That I enjoyed it…but had no problem putting it down.
Why, you ask?
Trials, trials, trials…
No, not a jury trial, but a trial of performance AKA constant battles and fighting scenes.
Now, I love me some action scenes…but this book felt like one crusade after another.
One test of ability after another.
One more opportunity for Cat to suddenly “find” new abilities.
One more opportunity to ask the Gods for help.
Over and over again.
Now, don’t get me wrong, I DID like it.
I love the connection between Cat and Griffin, PERIOD.
And I am always a sucker for anything with magic, mythological references, fated mates, and a “band of brothers” type team scenario.
I just thought it was a little heavy and detailed on the constant fighting scenes…some of that detail could have been used for furthering character details, etc.
Looking forward to jumping into my ARC of book three.