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Now 16-year-old Ryiah is an apprentice of Combat, her school's most notorious faction of magic. When she finishes she will be a mage, but in order to do so she has to survive four years with a training master she hates and her old nemesis, Priscilla. To make matters worse the unwanted attraction Ry feels for her sometimes-friend-sometimes-rival Prince Darren is at an all-time high - even though he is betrothed to the very girl she can't stand.
Really, the only bright spot to Ryiah's new life is the time she spends with her friends, including an older apprentice named Ian, who she finds herself thinking about quite often.
Just when things start to get comfortable they take a turn for the worse. An apprentice is killed in a rebel attack and several mages end up dead. Unwittingly, the apprentices find themselves in the midst of a budding unrest between Jerar and its northern neighbor, Caltoth. For Ryiah the impending conflict means many things, but as her apprenticeship draws to a close she finds her biggest problem at home.
Unfortunately for her, Darren's not going anywhere.
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By Katherine Schilling on 08-15-17
What was most disappointing about Rachel E. Carter’s story?
The twist at the end made no sense even after they explained it. It made Ryah seem weak and not like the Black Mage she wants to become. I don’t think I will read book 3.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Melissa Moran?
No. Her voice is so monotone
Any additional comments?
The book had its high moments but the love story was very broken and unsatisfying. It also does not match the kindle version on the book. In this version the Ryah seems weak and love sick. In the Kindel version she is much stronger and stands up for herself where Ian and Darrin are concerned. I didn’t enjoy this book. There was also a lot of things going on behind the scenes with rebels that that the book did not go into. I wonder what’s really going on in the kingdom.