Amidst their pain, another prophecy takes shape. One laid by the ancient druidic Quinlan clan, in a time long forgotten. Seers across the family have borne witness to fragments. Distraught by the loss of her soul’s true love, Amelia begins to dream of an unknown man and a woman, designated by fate to live their story over and over again, throughout time.
Now, destiny reaches across the centuries.
In the family’s darkest hour, a reckoning with the Empyrean Senetat is fast approaching. Hope becomes the necessary consolation for grief, as the Deschanels come together to make their loved ones whole, in order to face this uncertain future as a united clan. – Goodreads.com
When I finished the previous book in this series, I was ready to hurt someone – the author because she ended the book on a cliffhanger, a character who performed an act that had serious consequences for so many – I was anxious for the next book in the hope some situations would be resolved to my liking. After reading this book, I’m a happy girl.
With so many books in this series, some may think the reader would grow tired of the same characters, but that’s definitely not the case with The House of Crimson & Clover. The author constantly puts her characters in different and challenging situations and new characters are introduced into the mix to shake things up a bit, making it impossible for this series to grow stagnant.
The writing is top-notch, the story gripping and fast-paced, and the character development incredible. With the way this book ended and the sneak peek of the next, once again, I will be impatiently awaiting the next installment. As with most books in this series, this is not a stand alone and I recommend reading the others first.
I received a digital ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.