Losing Lucian McKenzie, the prince of her heart, and discovering her true identity has made Elena Watkins' life almost unbearable. However, new trials will test the 17-year-old's strength and push her to limits she didn't think were possible.
Only a mysterious offer from Blake Leaf, the Rubicon and a dragon predestined for evil, reveals that there may be a light at the end of Elena's dark tunnel.
With the life she thought she knew crashing down around her, Elena will have to face a monumental decision about the fate of Paegeia. She can either make peace with Blake's demands or try once again to unravel the queen's secrets that lie deep within her dragon Tanya La Frey's heart.
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Fun story, needs a bit more cutting
fun, escapist, darkening
There are similarities to Harry Potter, King Arthur, Narnia, etc. It's got qualities of magic, secret places, lost heirs and a need to fight off a great evil.
I've listened to Erin perform through all three books available for audio. She does a decent job. I felt like I was listening to William Shatner a few too many times because of her cadence but otherwise, I thought she brought the characters to life and gave them each a personality rather well.
The Rubicon's fate is in her hands...
A little long winded with a great deal of narrative spent regretting the loss of others, missing those who have passed, self blame and brooding. I wish the author had spent less time having Elena seek absolution from absolutely everyone and more time developing a streamlined story. Still it was fun when you get past the constant, "it's my fault" language. I do like that some of the supporting characters got a bit more air time. The plot seemed a bit overly contrived at times but it's a fantasy world so why not. Also, has no one in this world ever heard of anger management skills? Surely one of the adults would have thought, "well, she's got this issue that isn't going away, lets help her work with it instead of just looking at her in a worried fashion all the time." I can't believe that she would be allowed to lash out irrationally in a school full of other students and then be left to her friends to figure things out.
- Katherine Rodriguez
interesting turn of events
- April Robbins