This set of books is definitely adult reading material due to the rather hot sex scenes. This is actually my favorite book in the series probably because Charles is my favorite character. The problem is, pointing out invisible people is a fast track to a padded cell. . Follow her journey from an orphan who lost everything, to one of the most powerful mages in the nation.
Predictable in the sense that I felt myself rooting for something to happen every time the intensity was kicked up a notch, and my hopes for what would transpire were not only met, but exceeded. Only reason it's getting 4 stars is for the shortness of it. She's getting better with elements and sword-play, but not chanting and runes, Darla's specialty. Kieran and Lexi must scrape together an army worthy of taking on the Demigod of San Francisco. I really hope this isn't the last book to Sasha's series D: This ranks as a 4.
Sasha struggles with each class, even more so with Darla's. Rape is definitely an ugly subject, but I couldn't justify what happens in this fictional fable as such. A few goodies were left out that the other books got boo! It was good but after reading the first few books I feel if she took more time it could have been way better so I'm sad that this book and the next book 9 feel so rushed. There was no real good reason from them to be apart. What ruins the moment though, is that it took some effort to finish the series and it still feels like.
Even if one had a meeting with councillors, the other could wait outside the door. I had no idea how those words would change my life. Being a short story and the beginning of the series there was no character depth and I found the overall writing style to be really annoying. My younger brother has been chosen for the prestigious, secret magical school hidden within the folds of our mundane world. Charles is a guy that likes to play the field. We have only glimpses of Sasha and Stefan but the title of this book is Charles, falks.
There is so much love in this book. Charles, from the start, was my favorite. The last battle with Trek's men left her homeless, thanks to Charles leaving a candle burning when he rushed out of her apartment to save her. She lives in wine country where over every rolling hill, or behind every cow, an evil sorcerer might be plotting his next villainous deed while holding a bottle of wine and brick of cheese. Things get too great for her to deal with, Sasha becomes withdrawn and depressed.
Since her last near-death experience, Stefan has tried to keep his distance from her. An alpha leader who entrances her mind and tugs on her body. Sasha must embrace the things she tried so hard to hide, while resisting the person her body craves most. It's a shame that this author put out such a great start to a series that I would have recommended to everyone, until she got lazy and greedy for the last 3. But it isn't until a mishap on the wrong side of town that she meets him. Darla is all but promised to Stefan and wants Sasha no where near her man.
Her dad was never far from his mate. I am over retirement age and I found the whole thing fun and unoffensive. They had great chemistry that I already invested five books in, so seeing their happy ever after was extremely satisfying. Continuing with the Darkness series, Breene takes us with Sasha and her growing relationship with Stefan. Can he get to her in time before Trek has the opportunity to touch or drain her? With Dominicous' and Toa's help, Sasha and Stefan must face the trials coming up. Slowly, Sasha begins to feel a little better. Anyhow, I'm glad it's over and that's not a compliment.
I just wasn't buying it. Some of those sleeplessness nights are because of awesome authors like you. Assassins are coming for me, and the dead are prone to rise. Sasha is nearly kidnapped; Stefan is kidnapped and is about to be sacrifice for a demon; evil members of The Council rise up to claim their power, and Andris is the head mastermind behind it all. Or was it in Jonas'? So much so that I just downloaded book 5 - The Council, to wrap up the set.
Read information about the author K. Even with a favorable outcome, however, her inability to use her magic presents a road block not easily crossed. I often found myself devouring the content so fast I would go back and read the page again just to make sure I didn't miss a single, tiny detail. Except, in this case, Potter has boobs. There she must prove she has what it takes to be the mage of Stefan's clan, not something easily done. As danger rises up around her, her differences may be the only thing that saves her life.