Sunday, January 26, 2014

Embrace: Fated Saga, Book 3 by Rachel Humphrey-D'aigle Review

Title: Embrace
Series: Fated Saga, Book 3
Author: Rachel Humphrey-D'aigle
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Pages: 196
Price: $2.99
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

A magical destiny to embrace in this enchanted third installment in the Fated Saga.

In the land of the Goblin King, magic is strictly forbidden! Nevertheless, this does not stop Colin Jacoby from using the Magicante as a smoke screen while he searches for his missing dream girl, Catrina Flummer.

At the same time, his mind reading twin sister, Meghan, is mortified to learn she will be working alongside the Svoda’s newest Initiate, Ivan Crane, on a quest for Juliska Blackwell. She knows their journey will be fraught with peril, but also feels confident that Ivan and Meghan will work well together, as Firemancer and Initiate… to retrieve something the Goblin King has stolen. Moreover, if this stolen item is not recovered, the magical world will once again be on the verge of doom.

Through extenuating circumstances, Colin, Meghan and Ivan, along with a few more unexpected guests, journey into the magical realm of the Goblins only to make a forced retreat, with the entire Goblin army following in their wake!

Can they make it back in time to sound the warning? Will they be able to dethrone the Goblin King?

A new magical power just might make it possible for one of the twins. But will this new power also be their undoing? Leading them down a dark path where the only outcome is death!


This isn't one of those series that gets more and more boring with each release. Each book in the Fated Saga is better than the last. What I really love is the true fantasy elements. Take the Goblin King, for example. This is what fantasy is all about. The author has created such a well-developed cast of characters and storyline that it's impossible not to become fully immersed when reading each book. You'll quickly wonder where the day went when you finally come up for a breather.

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