2nd in this trilogy, 5th in the series
by Maria V. Snyder
Harlequin Mira, 2009
Summary: I won’t spoil this one but I will spoil previous books. Opal is trying to do a lot of stuff. She’s trying to learn about her powers and people are afraid of them. She has also found out information that they don’t want to believe. So she decides to take matters into her own hands and ends up in multiple dangerous situations.
Likes: I like Kade more in this volume. He’s less of a grouch. Opal also is more proactive. She takes more action and she starts trying to train in areas where she is lacking in skill. Her instincts have been messed with consistently and that is reflected in her character changes.
Dislikes: I’m not sure about the Devlen developments, especially at the end.
Overall part of me wants to take a break before getting into book three of this trilogy but there’s another part of me that wants to see how the stuff at the end impacts the next book. Then it might be good to take a break before starting the next trilogy.