Heinregard has come to the House of Silveria for their famous Spring Song festival, but when he hears the voice of Clayten, Aunt Viraya’s best tenor, he’s overthrown in more ways than one. Is this the real reason he’s here, called from across the worlds? But can he risk letting down his guard for someone who could easily be his downfall?
Viraya is responsible for a big part of the Spring Song celebrations. This year, the Karenys are their guests, including a formidable Capitán who has the gall to set his cap at her. Can she tame the ‘savage’ Karenys, keep the children away from her precious blossoms, and ensure a good showing for Spring Song?
I was lucky enough to receive this book from the author. I hope the prospective reader will read this review fully before making any prejudgments on the book. I will give the book my thoughts. These thoughts are completely my own and not swayed in any way by anyone else’s reviews or opinions.
The first amazing thing about this book was the development of characters. I usually struggle reading books with two different couples because I do get very confused sometimes differentiating the characters and who the author is talking about. This story was easy to read and I knew exactly which relationship I was following and the characters.
My favorite part of a story is the building of a world. I love that as much as character building, but it is easier to describe a person than a world. The author did do a good job describing what I was looking for. I think my picky nature just wanted more. I believe that is such a personal thing and not so much on the author completely.
My Rating: I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. It was well written, and I enjoyed the relationships. I think the only thing holding back the fifth star is I wanted more, and I had a little bit of trouble with the double relationship model. I tend not to read books that take on two story lines. I do think that this book met all my expectations and then some.