Recommendation: Yes, this book answers more questions lingering after book two. Makes for a good addition to the story.
Type: Series, this is book three in the Dragon’s Gift: The Huntress Series.
Summary: +increased tension between mains +more answers +interesting direction the plot is going +detailed -slow moving, beginning to drag in parts +beautiful cover +kindle unlimited
Being a FireSoul has its perks. Cass Clereaux can find any type of magical treasure or steal any magical power. She’ll pick hunting treasure any day because she doesn’t have to kill for it, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t stolen powers before. She needs them to stay alive. A fight to the death is the least of what she can expect if other supernaturals find out what she is, so Cass has become an expert at lying low..
When her friend is sucked into a magical portal, she’s the only one with the power to help him. But what Cass uncovers is a danger greater than she’d ever imagined—and linked to her past in a way she’d never expect. Even worse, the portal puts her whole town at risk. As the threat grows, she must confront her fear of losing control over her new powers or lose any hope of saving hundreds of lives.
Sure, being a FireSoul has its perks. But a fight to the death isn’t one of them
Stolen Magic is book three in the Huntress Series and it finally gives us some insight into what the heck is going on! FINALLY we know who the Monster is and we figure out what the heck he actually wants, well..sort of. Cass deals with her inner issues, slightly embraces her feelings for Aiden and spends most of the book just trying to stay alive. I have to admit, I was a little disappointed that things still haven’t developed between Aiden and Cass the way I want. Instead of feeling a longing for them to get together and an added excitement at the thought, I find myself losing interest in their relationship. For that matter, we still don’t know what Aiden’s real motives are.
The characters and world building continue to be well-written and the relationships between characters developed. There are a few twists in the plot that I didn’t expect and the obstacle this semi Scooby gang had to overcome proved to be a worthy adversary. I enjoyed this book and look forward to the next one.
Disclaimer: I obtained a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Linsey Hall!