Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Wanderers Of The Night
Wanderers Of The Night
Author: Tempest Avery
4 out of 5 Stars
Seventeen year old witch, Lily Bryg, is about to realize there's more to the three realms then she thought. In the past month she's fallen for a werewolf, met a dragon, and found out her life was depicted in an age old prophecy. Now, she needs to figure out how to get into Sidhe, the realm of the fey, in order to rescue a kidnapped friend, all while trying to win a bet she made with an evil king hell bent on making her his queen. Lily doesn't know if she believes in soul mates, but she's torn between hoping he isn't hers and being eerily drawn to him. With the help of her three best friends, a raven, and a white wolf she needs to put her heart aside and focus on fulfilling the prophecy. Everything she knows about faeries tells her they can't be trusted, but when her own coven starts to break apart she's forced to rely on anyone she can get.
If Lily can't save her kidnapped friends and convince them not to fall under the sway of dark magic, she'll have to willingly go to the evil king Ronan. He's been trying to convince her they belong together for years, and she's starting to fear he might be right. Add in the four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and Lily's task isn't looking any easier. If that weren't bad enough, it turns out she's just got a penchant for werewolves.
Can Lily over come the three realms, or will she succumb to the wanderers of the night before she ever gets the chance?
Wanderers of the Night picks right back up where All That We See or Seem left off. Tempest has added so much more to book 2 that you get sucked right in on page one. Lily is on her quest to rescue Lennan after being kidnapped by Ronan. With Larkin having left Lily, she is able to take a step back and look at where her heart should take her. Should it be with Ronan, Conall or Larkin. I know who my vote goes to but I will keep that to myself. In book one, Lily is just finding out who she really is and what her role is as the Dreamer. Lily is on a quest, a real quest and her first. What I liked most about book 2, Lily is stronger and we get to see her take charge of herself. She is not the timid, scared girl like in book 1. Yes, her love triangle is a strenuous one but oh is it a good one. Here we get to learn more of what role her new friends will play and have played in her former life. Just when you think you’ve got Ronan all figured out, he has blindsided us all. Ronan floats the fine line between good and bad, but you just don’t know which side he will end up on. Tempest has added so much more mystery, action and romance that have made her unique world addicting.