The downside to growing as a reader is realizing how much epic fantasy is problematic in terms of representation. Therefore, I thoroughly enjoyed discovering this series, which features queer characters, including a gender-fluid character. Carivel is a delight to read, and her relationship(s) with Andoc and Senovo are just the right mix of emotional and sexy.
This book can be read as a stand-alone, but the relationship arc doesn’t quick work by itself. Carivel falls into Andoc and Senovo’s arms without much conflict, as if it was inevitable once everyone’s secrets were revealed.
That didn’t stop me from enjoying all of the characters and the broader world they live in, and immediately purchasing the next installment of this serialized tale.
Rating: 4 (out of 5) stars. Cross-posted to Amazon and Goodreads.
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