The thrilling sequel to Blood Song The rain wanted to be ocean; the ice in the mountain caps wanted freedom. I never knew that water held such longing. The clouds above my head rumbled like a growling wolf, impatient to release their burden. I held the rain there a moment longer.
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I never knew that water held such longing. The clouds above my head rumbled like a growling wolf, impatient to release their burden. I held the rain there a moment longer. I turned to Renata, heard her gasp and knew my eyes glowed blue.
And while she learns to harness her new abilities, Zeraphina still fights the hunger that makes her crave the north — not to mention avoiding her mother, who wants to see her wayward daughter married to a prince at all costs. Five months after Blood Song finished, Zeraphina is still in Pergamia and has been extremely busy.
Training with her trusty bow and arrow — as well as her drain cat, Leap and loyal eagle, Griffin — Rodden has been trying to get Zeraphina prepared for fighting the Lharmellians. Trying to fight both her destiny and the blood tie to Lharmell, Zeraphina and Rodden set out to collect supplies for a weapon deadly to all with Lharmellian blood. Zeraphina is one of those heroines that make me like her more with every word I read about her. I adored how she took care of Rodden, both physically and emotionally.
They have chemistry but with the class system and Renata so violently opposed to their relationship it feels like they are doomed from the start. Regardless of the potential and probably doomed ending, I love how these two interact. The view of the country and the people who live there added an extra something to this novel and the world in which it exists. After the way this book finished I am on the edge of my seat with anticipation. I can not wait to get my hands on a copy!
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Post a Comment. However you can still following along via the Instagram feed! Title: Blood Storm. Series: Lharmell 2. Author: Rhiannon Hart.