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What’s on the reading pile: The Faelti

I’m terrible with finishing series.

Even if I absolutely love a book, I’ll often start on another series before reading book two of the one I just finished. It’s a habit I put down to being an author. For some reason new projects are a hundred times more appealing than finishing the ones I’ve already started.

So, I’ve made a commitment to finally finish reading the series I’ve left abandoned for months. In most cases, this will mean buying those books (shocker!) because I don’t have them yet. But it’s time to wrap up the stories that have left me hanging all because I have the attention span of a baby carrot.

And I know just where to start:

The three kingdoms are in need of help. War is brewing, and the Faelti are ready to take everything.

Abigail Crumble was only seeking to right the wrongs of her wish when she set out to find Levana, Watcher of the Night Sky. The last thing she expected was to stumble into the path of the Faelti, Fae-like creatures with a thirst for power and the ability to manipulate fire.

Separated from her friends and believing them dead, trapped in the Faelti camp and held hostage by the evil Kai Sisu, Abigail is no closer to reaching Levana’s dwelling and breaking the curse than she was the day she left her hometown.

As the threat to the three kingdoms grows, and past secrets begin to unravel, Abigail makes discoveries that force her deeper into a fight she’s not ready for.

Can Abigail take on the role she was born to have?

Can she put aside her own dreams for the lives of others?

Only the stars will tell…

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I already read and reviewed The Watcher of the Night Sky which is book one in The Ariona Series. Spoiler alert, it was an amazing read and got the full five-stars!

The series follows Ariona who exists in a fantasy world made up of several kingdoms. After making a wish upon the stars, several suitors show up on her doorstep proclaiming to be in love with her. Ariona and her suitors set off on a quest to undo the magic she has unwittingly cast and set things back as they were.

Book one ended on a cliffhanger and I still find myself thinking about it before I go to sleep at night. You know, the time of day when your brain decides to do most of its work. I can wonder no longer! I need to know what happens next.

I’m currently reading an amazing urban fantasy by Jessie Thomas but I’m going back to Ariona’s story as soon as I’m finished. Having seen Rachel Pudsey’s talent for myself in book one, I just know this is going to be a fantastic story.

Thanks for reading!

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