Author: Kelly Walker
Published: February 15, 2013 by Kelly Walker
Number of Pages: 337
Blurb from Goodreads:With her prince by her side, Emariya Warren begins the journey to Sheas to confront her uncle and bring her father home.
Only days after leaving the castle, the devastating news of her brother's continued treachery threatens to tear Torian and Emariya apart. But before Emariya can try to repair the rift between her and her prince, she must first answer one important question. Why can't she wake up?
Review: Before I start my review I would just like to thank Kelly Walker the author of this amazing novel for providing me with a copy in exchange for my honest, unbiased review.
Okay, so after how the last book ended I just had to get my hands on this and lucky for me I didn't have to wait long at all.
In this book the action is more intense and the stakes are so much higher. I felt so bad for Emariya in this book. Not only is she still hurt by her brothers betrayal but a new betrayal from someone she always loved and held in high regard threatens to destroy Emariya and everything she was working towards. Can I just say when this little tidbit was revealed my jaw dropped. I felt so bad for Riya, I just wanted to give her hug.
Speaking of Riya, she really matures in this novel. She is still the same sweet girl, but she has lost some of her naivete and is more aware of how evil some people are. She realizes who she is and who she must be to bring her people together and that transformation was really great to see.
Torian [insert dreamy sigh here] Words cannot describe him. He is always there for Riya and it's so obvious how much he loves her. He also grew to be a calculated and intelligent general and it was good to see his people looking up to him and realizing what a great leader he could be. I could go on and on about Torian but I'm summing it up to this. Torian is god, he is like hotness, sweetness, intelligence and awesomeness compacted into one very attractive package.
This book kept me on my toes the entire time and the bitter sweet ending left me wanting so much more. Can't wait for the next book.
I give this novel