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My veil is gone and I need it back.Stuck in the lethal Outer Rings of Glacium, I must fight to survive while keeping my true identity the gravest of secrets. Only then can I continue the search for Prince Kedrick's murderer and navigate my way back to King Jovan's castle.No one can discover I'm the Tatuma of Osolis - the princess of their enemy world... especially now I kn My veil is gone and I need it back.Stuck in the lethal Outer Rings of Glacium, I must fight to


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My veil is gone and I need it back.Stuck in the lethal Outer Rings of Glacium, I must fight to survive while keeping my true identity the gravest of secrets. Only then can I continue the search for Prince Kedrick's murderer and navigate my way back to King Jovan's castle.No one can discover I'm the Tatuma of Osolis - the princess of their enemy world... especially now I kn My veil is gone and I need it back.Stuck in the lethal Outer Rings of Glacium, I must fight to survive while keeping my true identity the gravest of secrets. Only then can I continue the search for Prince Kedrick's murderer and navigate my way back to King Jovan's castle.No one can discover I'm the Tatuma of Osolis - the princess of their enemy world... especially now I know why I was veiled at birth...Has my mother refused Jovan's peace offers and declared war? Do my brothers and Aquin know I'm alive?Who are my enemies and who are my friends?Nothing is certain. Though if I think about it... nothing has been certain in a long time.(Warning: Cliffhanger ending. Recommended for mature young adults.)

16 review for Fantasy of Flight

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nasom

    Full Review This book is just filled with too many characters and pointless ‘adventures’First of all, we have the MC in a new situation with entirely new people. I complained that the first book had too many characters, well this was worse. We are introduced to so many people and each of them seemed significant so it wasn't just the case of 'background people'. The first half of this just seemed like a totally different book. There was a long ass plot that didn't seem related to the plot of the Full Review This book is just filled with too many characters and pointless ‘adventures’First of all, we have the MC in a new situation with entirely new people. I complained that the first book had too many characters, well this was worse. We are introduced to so many people and each of them seemed significant so it wasn't just the case of 'background people'. The first half of this just seemed like a totally different book. There was a long ass plot that didn't seem related to the plot of the first book and I just kept waiting for it to correlate with the first book (it never did). The MC's main goal was to try and solve a mystery that was introduced in the first book but she got side tracked. The ship- I mentioned in my review of the first book that I really shipped two people. Well this book made me change my mind. Homegirl was always running away from the guy (as some type of angst) and I was so annoyed and over them! Just when I thought there would be no more new people, MORE characters get introduced!!! I swear there are like 50 characters in this series and this is just the second book. There were alot of fight scenes in this book which would have been interesting if they were complicated or unpredictable but the MC kept winning her fights because she's the best fighter in the whole world!! so reading about how 'good' she was got old. Why 2 stars instead of 1? I liked the beginning of the book when I had hope but it went downhill. I was mostly interested because I wanted to see the big mystery solved but it doesn't get solved until the last book! (I spoiled it for myself because I didn't want to continue the series) and I wasn't even impressed!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ann (annreads)

    *Reread July 2019*“I was wrong. My time here hasn’t been a waste. I didn’t find what I wanted, but perhaps I’ve found what I need.”The plot in this book is literally my favorite thing in the entire world😂🙌🏻————————————————————————*First read June 2017*“What if I was born into a normal life, one without a tortured childhood and without the weight of so many responsibilities and burdens?”Wow this series just keeps getting better and better, and I can't even with my emotions right now!!I'm complete *Reread July 2019*“I was wrong. My time here hasn’t been a waste. I didn’t find what I wanted, but perhaps I’ve found what I need.”The plot in this book is literally my favorite thing in the entire world😂🙌🏻————————————————————————*First read June 2017*“What if I was born into a normal life, one without a tortured childhood and without the weight of so many responsibilities and burdens?”Wow this series just keeps getting better and better, and I can't even with my emotions right now!!I'm completely in love with this story and this characters, and not to mention Olina! She's growing into such a wonderfully complex character, I just love her so freaking much!! Jumping right into the the book, since I'm trash and I need more!!4.5/5★★★★

  3. 4 out of 5

    Simply Sam ツ

    I'm just going to go ahead and give it 5 stars. Hell, I'll probably go ahead and give the whole series 5 stars. This book seems like a totally different story. It takes a weird turn and doesn't look back. Again, there are things you just have to concede and go with, but the story never drags and it kept me entertained. Many, many times I asked myself, or rather Olina, "Whhhy???" But then she'll acknowledge her behavior for what it is and that's enough to mollify me. What can I say? Sometimes I'm I'm just going to go ahead and give it 5 stars. Hell, I'll probably go ahead and give the whole series 5 stars. This book seems like a totally different story. It takes a weird turn and doesn't look back. Again, there are things you just have to concede and go with, but the story never drags and it kept me entertained. Many, many times I asked myself, or rather Olina, "Whhhy???" But then she'll acknowledge her behavior for what it is and that's enough to mollify me. What can I say? Sometimes I'm easy. I don't know what it is, but it's totally working for me. Again, if you are a fan of fantasy romance I'd say give this a go. I've already started on book 3, and if it weren't for homework I'd be reading it right now.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Clare

    Fantasy of Flight is the second instalment in Olina's tale. It contains action and adventure, romance (more than the first), a complex story line, and a fantasy/sci-fi setting. If you can't stand cliffhangers, then I wouldn't recommend this book for you because I have been a cruel biarch at the end :) There's a bit of swearing too. It's hard to explain without giving things away, but the swearing is in context with the world-building. I don't believe it distracts or detracts from the reading exp Fantasy of Flight is the second instalment in Olina's tale. It contains action and adventure, romance (more than the first), a complex story line, and a fantasy/sci-fi setting. If you can't stand cliffhangers, then I wouldn't recommend this book for you because I have been a cruel biarch at the end :) There's a bit of swearing too. It's hard to explain without giving things away, but the swearing is in context with the world-building. I don't believe it distracts or detracts from the reading experience.Suitable for 16+, fantasy, Young adult, new adult, science fiction, action and adventure, and romance lovers.Happy Reading!

  5. 5 out of 5

    C.P. Cabaniss

    *I received a copy of this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review.*I really enjoyed this novel. There were some problems I had with it that kept me from giving it a higher rating. Portions of the first half of this novel dragged for me somewhat and I didn't feel like it added as much to the original story as I had hoped. Lina became a top fighter, which was fun to experience, but I didn't feel like the overall story progressed as much as it should have. Later in the novel the opp *I received a copy of this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review.*I really enjoyed this novel. There were some problems I had with it that kept me from giving it a higher rating. Portions of the first half of this novel dragged for me somewhat and I didn't feel like it added as much to the original story as I had hoped. Lina became a top fighter, which was fun to experience, but I didn't feel like the overall story progressed as much as it should have. Later in the novel the opposite happened. Things were too rushed for me, but important to the story introduced in book one. I did really enjoy this. I'm very excited to read the next book and see where it takes the characters from here. I have a lot of questions and I'm hoping it has the answers. You can read more of my thoughts here: http://courtneysreads.blogspot.com/20...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ari Reavis

    Give me a moment to collect myself. I feel like a little piece of my soul just got crushed when I saw how long I have to wait for the next book.But this book was all I needed and more. We get to meet a whole new group of friends and Olina (or Frost, as she's known to her new friends) becomes so much stronger in so many different ways. She gets more romance in this book, not a lot, but the build up is cute and I was practically jumping for joy when it happened. People from the 1st book come back Give me a moment to collect myself. I feel like a little piece of my soul just got crushed when I saw how long I have to wait for the next book.But this book was all I needed and more. We get to meet a whole new group of friends and Olina (or Frost, as she's known to her new friends) becomes so much stronger in so many different ways. She gets more romance in this book, not a lot, but the build up is cute and I was practically jumping for joy when it happened. People from the 1st book come back into play and it ties everything together and the characteristics of both Olina and Frost shape one confident, awesome woman. I cannot (but I have to) wait for the next book. January seems way too far away.

  7. 5 out of 5

    spring ~♡

    If I get a coin for everytime this protagonist does something stupid or keeps a secret for no reason or think about running away to avoid her problems instead of solving it I'd get richer than Bill Gates. If I get a coin for everytime this protagonist does something stupid or keeps a secret for no reason or think about running away to avoid her problems instead of solving it I'd get richer than Bill Gates.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lani

    Fantasy of Flight is the second book in the Tainted Accords series, that began with Fantasy of Frost. We pick up the story, right as book 1 finishes-Olina has left the safety of the Kings guard, and with her blue eyes, is passing for a Bruma named 'Frost'. In return for food and a roof over her head, she agrees to become a pit fighter, taking on some of the outer rings most brutal fighters. Her veil has been destroyed and the only way she can ever return to her position as Tatuma is to find the Fantasy of Flight is the second book in the Tainted Accords series, that began with Fantasy of Frost. We pick up the story, right as book 1 finishes-Olina has left the safety of the Kings guard, and with her blue eyes, is passing for a Bruma named 'Frost'. In return for food and a roof over her head, she agrees to become a pit fighter, taking on some of the outer rings most brutal fighters. Her veil has been destroyed and the only way she can ever return to her position as Tatuma is to find the material to replace her veil. If she cannot do so, she'll be stuck in the pits as her 'Frost' persona forever. But maybe that wouldn't really be so bad? I liked this one even more than the first book! So good I got halfway through and bought the rest of the series and the novella.This book is where we really get to see Olina as a badass. We already knew she could fight, but the pit fights take that to a whole new level. And the barracks other fighters quickly became some of my favourite characters. There's much humour in this book, as the rough and ragged fighters try to teach the much more proper Olina to loosen up. Olina's journey continues to be fascinating- she's experiencing life without her veil for the first time, and as Frost, she has no responsibilities. It's her first taste of freedom. I just can't get enough of this girl! The romance takes a back seat for much of this book. But I did a lot of nail biting, with my heart thumping in my chest so that made up for it. And we do see some progress with Jovan and Olina (damn that slow burn is torturous!). But I loved every minute of it. The plot twist towards the end was unexpected and adds a whole new dimension to the story. I'm looking forward to seeing how that shakes things up yet again in the next book. Another A+ read from Ms St Clare!

  9. 5 out of 5

    E.M. Cooper

    Hold onto your seats for the next instalment of Kelly St Clare’s fabulous ‘Fantasy of Flight’. I was fortunate to obtain an advance copy of the newest book in the ‘Tainted Accords’ series. The high-octane action and intriguing romance has stepped up another notch. After enduring the death of her lover, Prince Kendrick and a kidnapping and heart-stopping journey through Oscala, our intrepid heroine, Olina finds herself in the Outer Rings of Glacium, where she has been taken into a fighting house. Hold onto your seats for the next instalment of Kelly St Clare’s fabulous ‘Fantasy of Flight’. I was fortunate to obtain an advance copy of the newest book in the ‘Tainted Accords’ series. The high-octane action and intriguing romance has stepped up another notch. After enduring the death of her lover, Prince Kendrick and a kidnapping and heart-stopping journey through Oscala, our intrepid heroine, Olina finds herself in the Outer Rings of Glacium, where she has been taken into a fighting house. After abandoning her torn veil, she assumes a new persona as Frost, a feisty and talented fighter. She earns respect and displays new and surprising attributes while fighting for money and her life in illegal tournaments. While Olina searches for Kendrick’s murderer, she discovers her genetic links to Glacium, and encounters a new array of characters while becoming especially close to one.The lively and bawdy action and adventure in Glacium contrasts strongly with the prim and proper lifestyle of Osolis. We also learn that the Glacium-Osolis worlds and their bridging Oscala are more complex than first thought. You’ll cheer for Olina, or Frost as she meets adversity head-on. Removing her veil symbolically unmasks a stronger, more adventurous character, who isn’t afraid to lead and is open to understanding and appreciating the Glacium people and their culture. Olina is thrown into a difficult situation as war brews between the two worlds and she must decide her allegiances. If you enjoyed 'Fantasy of Frost', you’re guaranteed to love book two in this series. Book three is due out in early January, so I’ll be looking to see how Olina confronts the challenges that have reared their ugly heads in book two! Highly recommended!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Katyana

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Let's just say that I have some serious qualms.Firstly, for the record, I'm taking this off my fantasy list. There's no supernatural elements. It's a fiction book, taking place on a fiction world, but I don't think it qualifies as fantasy unless it has something supernatural going on - magic, supernatural beings, etc.Anyway.I'm falling on the side of dislike for the lead female. She's inconsistent, she makes terrible snap judgments, and she's falling in love with a complete dickhead. More on tha Let's just say that I have some serious qualms.Firstly, for the record, I'm taking this off my fantasy list. There's no supernatural elements. It's a fiction book, taking place on a fiction world, but I don't think it qualifies as fantasy unless it has something supernatural going on - magic, supernatural beings, etc.Anyway.I'm falling on the side of dislike for the lead female. She's inconsistent, she makes terrible snap judgments, and she's falling in love with a complete dickhead. More on that in a minute. But basically, I can't get past the way Olina/Frost/Willow/who-the-fuck-ever (she goes by like 5983456 names in this series) allows herself to be treated. We get to see so many scenes of her being a badass - and that really plays out in this book, honestly - followed immediately by her being a doormat. Plus ... what is her plan? I mean, there's zero thought behind any action she takes - she pretty much just careens from encounter to encounter. I don't understand how she ever thought she was going to pop away for a couple days to investigate, and then pop back. I don't understand how she planned to track down the arrow ... she pretty much just wanders down the street asking every random person she encounters. Guys, I'm being literal - that is ACTUALLY what she does. I don't understand what her plan is when she decides to be, like, a cage-match fighter. What? No, really, why? How does this further ANY of her goals? How does she see any of this playing out?The answer, unfortunately, is that when it comes to broad choices, she is TSTL. But it's weird because she can - and does - handle herself capably in other encounters. She seems to careen wildly between acting like 15 year old, and acting like a 25 year old. It is incredibly frustrating.In this book, we meet and become attached to a whole new cast of characters. The good news is that I liked them all a lot more than I liked the dickheads from book 1 - I just don't really care for either court at all. I thought this was a good development, and I hoped it meant that the overbearing violent asshole (Javon) that seemed to be the future love interest was not going to be that at all. Honestly, a lot of this book played out like ... plot twist, he was just as much a bad guy as her mom!Because you guys, he was. He's been over-the-top violent towards her from the moment we met him. At first, it was fine - there was a question about whether she killed his brother. But then, when he clearly believes she loved his brother, he's still that way. He is constantly smashing into her room, pinning her to walls, ripping her veil off, shouting in her face, grabbing her around the arms and holding her off the ground to shout more... I mean, wtf, seriously. Plus, he knows her secret, but can he be a decent fucking human being about it? No. He screams at her that if she takes her veil off, he'll kill her, and he refuses to tell her why. JUST LIKE HER MOTHER. Then when she realizes why - she finally gets a look at her face (*eyeroll*) - she realizes he's been using her as a trump card. He knows her secret, and that puts him in a pretty strong position, both against her mother and also possibly as his little pet ruler that he can control via blackmail.Yuck.Then in this book, we see that he apparently considers a large swath of his own people - the outer rings folks - to be scum. He regularly rounds up the people in this fight club thing, and just ... has his guards kill them in this big dome, Gladiator style. What? Why?! Who does this?! This gets his guards killed. It gets all these people killed ... people he hasn't bothered to investigate or anything. He knows less than nothing about them. They are in a fight tournament thing, where the goal is to knock your opponent out - it's basically MMA fighting. And we spend the vast majority of this book in this location, where we discover that while, yes, there are some violent assholes (Slay, etc), the vast majority of the fighters are pretty cool, supportive, etc. But Jovan has his guards just round up everyone - including people on the sidelines (Crystal) - herd them to the dome, and then send guards in there endlessly until they are all dead.Who the fuck does that? Is that supposed to be a character I like?But Lina fights him. And fights for her friends. That's why I was happy, like yay! They're all evil, both rulers! Lina is going to bring down him, and then her mother!But no. She doesn't. She fights, then goes back with him. Then lets him loop right back into yelling/shaking/pinning her. She plays with him like he's flirting, when he does it. And then she even sleeps with him. And she does that JUST AFTER finding out that he was deliberately leading the whole court to believe that she was his whore, so he could control her.Gross.I haven't seen a single goddamn redeemable thing about Jovan, but she can't keep away from him. She loves him. It kills me.And then, lest you think well, maybe it's just one bad choice, but surely she has some self-respect ... then she has a conversation with the fucking guy who hired 3 people to sneak into her room at night and beat her nearly to death - he literally said to beat her to the edge of death. And he expresses that he feels bad about what he did. That's it. It makes him feel bad. And she forgives him. Without a moment of thought. Without a moment of consequence. She tries to help him hide that he was the guy who did it, even, but when that's found out, she comes to his defense. This woman thinks so little of herself that I can't help but think little of her. And I hate it, because this could be a good story, but this is just utterly gross.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Namera [The Literary Invertebrate]

    This is the most fun book in the series. Olina starts showing off all her badass fighting skills, and there's an arena scene with Jovan where the author's got a freebie on her site from his POV. It's epic. Olina really starts to come into her own in this book, PLUS it's funny PLUS it's got what is actually clearly a sex scene, even though it's obviously non-explicit.[Blog] This is the most fun book in the series. Olina starts showing off all her badass fighting skills, and there's an arena scene with Jovan where the author's got a freebie on her site from his POV. It's epic. Olina really starts to come into her own in this book, PLUS it's funny PLUS it's got what is actually clearly a sex scene, even though it's obviously non-explicit.[Blog]

  12. 4 out of 5

    C.D. Gorri

    Well first off can I just say, Wow! Well done, Ms. St. Clare! This is a great sequel! The universe the author created in book one was original and exciting and in book two we get more of that same refreshing scenery with just enough detail. We are introduced to new characters who are intricate to Lina's personal growth. The story's pace is perfectly timed. There is a lot of action that keeps the story moving.Olina/Frost/Tatuma is a fantastic heroine! I mean I am just amazed by her perseverance, Well first off can I just say, Wow! Well done, Ms. St. Clare! This is a great sequel! The universe the author created in book one was original and exciting and in book two we get more of that same refreshing scenery with just enough detail. We are introduced to new characters who are intricate to Lina's personal growth. The story's pace is perfectly timed. There is a lot of action that keeps the story moving.Olina/Frost/Tatuma is a fantastic heroine! I mean I am just amazed by her perseverance, strength, endurance, and at the same time of course I am frustrated by her. But that is what kept me reading. She is forever challenging herself, pushing herself to her physical limits. I get the feeling we will see her do the same with her emotional side in the future. Can't wait!We also see a new side to King Jovan in this book. He is perhaps a lot more intense and sensitive than he can admit to in public, he must always be king first and it is difficult to see where the line is drawn between king and tatuma in regards to their relationship. As the reader I of course want to know more, but the story as it is told by Olina is just perfect.I am literally on the edge of my seat as I write this, I don't want to give anything away, so let me just say I am super excited for the next book!!I highly recommend this series to anyone who enjoys a well paced fantasy read with a gutsy heroine unlike anything else out there!! Brava!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kayla Howarth

    4.5 stars While I still enjoyed book 2 of this series, I have to say some parts had me confused. I couldn't follow a lot of the fight scenes and found myself skimming over them to find out the end result the easy way. This is the reason for not giving a full five stars.Aside from that, the story takes off at a slow pace, similar to book 1, but once it takes hold (around 30%) it doesn't let go! I was glued to the last 70% for all of yesterday and now I have a major book hangover.Olina frustrates 4.5 stars While I still enjoyed book 2 of this series, I have to say some parts had me confused. I couldn't follow a lot of the fight scenes and found myself skimming over them to find out the end result the easy way. This is the reason for not giving a full five stars.Aside from that, the story takes off at a slow pace, similar to book 1, but once it takes hold (around 30%) it doesn't let go! I was glued to the last 70% for all of yesterday and now I have a major book hangover.Olina frustrates me a lot (but in a good way) she brings angst to the table, making me want to reach into the book and hug her... And then slap her. I'm starting to think Jovan should tie her down... I'm going to cheat and stave off reading book 3 until number 4 comes out later this year. The cliffhanger wasn't as WTF?! as the first book and I think I'd prefer to leave the story there and read 3 and 4 back to back. Can't wait :-)

  14. 5 out of 5

    Runningrabbit

    Realms of Fantasy Although at times the story may seem convoluted, St Clare spins an intricate tale. Olina in the first novel was a noble steeped in a society ruled by formality and restraint, has now become a young woman forged by a set of extremes which take her from strength to strength. She is no longer the girl she once was. This novel continues to develop her character as a result of circumstances she couldn't have possibly foreseen and just at the moment you're waiting for something to ha Realms of Fantasy Although at times the story may seem convoluted, St Clare spins an intricate tale. Olina in the first novel was a noble steeped in a society ruled by formality and restraint, has now become a young woman forged by a set of extremes which take her from strength to strength. She is no longer the girl she once was. This novel continues to develop her character as a result of circumstances she couldn't have possibly foreseen and just at the moment you're waiting for something to happen the tale launches into another dimension that continues to include more fresh and delightful characters. Imperative consumption that blindsides even the most avid reader in a wave of fusion fantasy.

  15. 4 out of 5

    ✧ FLINN ✧ (on hiatus)

    Ugh so good !

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amie's Book Reviews

    FANTASY OF FLIGHT: Book Two of The Tainted AccordsAuthor: Kelly St. ClareType of Book: eBookLength: Genre: FantasyRelease Date: May 24, 2015Publisher: Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐* I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. FANTASY OF FLIGHT picks up where FANTASY OF FROST left off. In the first book readers are introduced to the two distinct countries that make up Olina's world. There is the country of Solati which is hot and the country of Glacium w FANTASY OF FLIGHT: Book Two of The Tainted AccordsAuthor: Kelly St. ClareType of Book: eBookLength: Genre: FantasyRelease Date: May 24, 2015Publisher: Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐* I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. FANTASY OF FLIGHT picks up where FANTASY OF FROST left off. In the first book readers are introduced to the two distinct countries that make up Olina's world. There is the country of Solati which is hot and the country of Glacium which is cold. That is an oversimplified explanation, but readers will know the differences from the first book and I do not want to repeat them in this review. Throughout book one Olina wore a veil. She had never taken it off and had never even seen her own face. At the end of Book One she musters the courage to remove the veil and discovers the reason her mother kept Olina's face covered throughout her entire life. Olina has blue eyes.Why is this a big deal? Well, only people from Glacium have blue eyes and Olina is destined to rule Solati as the Tatum. Solati citizens would never follow a leader with blue eyes. Olina was being held in the palace of Glacium but escaped by removing her veil. Since no one knows about her blue eyes, exposing her face is the best way to blend in with Glacium's populace. While escaping she meets Alzona, the owner of a fighting compound, and follows her to her fortress. Olina plans to earn money by fighting for Alzona. Olina is searching for the source of the Seedyr wood arrows that killed Prince Kedrick; the man she loved. She needs to discover who killed him and why and she knew that she would never be able to achieve that goal while living at Glacium's palace.The descriptions of the other fighters and the friendships that develop are perfect. Olina as Frost is written with superb skill. I do not want to give away too much of the story, but suffice it to say that Kelly St. Clare has once again created a book that appeals to a wide range of readers. This is only her second novel, but the skill she demonstrates in storytelling will have readers believing she has been writing books for decades. Her characters are vivid and believable and readers cannot help but be drawn into the story. The setting is unique and the details of the two worlds bring them to life with a detail that is unlikely to be rivaled by any but the very best authors. The juxtaposition of the two world being almost exact opposites while being codependent on each other is an intriguing twist. There are just enough details to make these worlds come to life without being so detailed that the writing becomes mired down in descriptions. Olina is a strong female lead and she shows a maturity beyond her years, while at the same time still occasionally displaying the immaturity expected of a sheltered eighteen year old. The author has done a magnificent job of maintaining that delicate balance. Kelly St. Clare has quickly become one of my favorite authors and I am now a fan for life. I am looking forward to her next book. If you want to read a story that you will be unable to put down, FANTASY OF FLIGHT is that story. FANTASY OF FIRE - The third book in The Tainted Accords series is set to be released in January 2016 and I will be eagerly awaiting it's release. I rate this book as 5 out of 5 stars.⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐My advice: BUY THIS BOOK! You will not regret it! About The Author:Kelly is originally from New Zealand and now lives in Australia with her soon-to-be husband. Kelly's goal is to write books that she would want to read.To learn more about her, visit her website at www.kellystclare.comTo read more of my reviews visit my blog at amiesbookreviews.wordpress.com

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